IRISA, at the heart of mobilty issues in the Rennes metropolitan area

This Wednesday, June 9, holders, partners and academic team signed the continuation for 3 more years of the work of the Chair "Mobility in a sustainable city".
photo©Airbus - Ravitaillement entre un Airbus A330-MRTT et un chasseur F-16

Successful research prototype with AIRBUS

A guided mid-air refueling boom in automatic mode: two members of the RAINBOW team saw the experiment crowned with success.
Personne en fauteil et icone de Maison Innovations et Handicap (MIH)

Launch of the Innovations, Handicap, Autonomy and Accessibility Chair (IH2A), headed by Marie Babel

When digital technology is at the service of inclusiveness and homecare for the elderly and disabled...
Drone au décolage - NOKIA, CTDO et IRISA

Drone and 5G experiment, a world first for NOKIA Lannion in which IRISA participates

Low-altitude UAV on 5G network and real-time image analysis
©Photo Inria Rennes

The virtual reality at the service of the rehabilitation of patients with Covid-19

What if virtual reality could help the rehabilitation of patients with Covid-19 in intensive care? This is what the Hybrid research team, and the teams from the intensive care and physical and rehabilitation medicine departments of Rennes University Hospital
Image reprise du site projet ADAPT

A technological innovation that will revolutionize wheelchair mobility

As part of the European ADAPT project, Marie Babel (associate professor INSA in Rainbow research team) is working on the development of a device to assist in driving an electric wheelchair. Today, not all people with disabilities have access to electric wheelchairs. At the risk of jeopardizing people's safety, the visual impairment, for example, does not allow this type of chair to be driven. And [..]
Expo de momie d'un chat et sa représtation 3D (en arrière plan)

When science mixes with archaeology ...

An astonishing discovery, to say the least, on a 2500 year old Egyptian cat mummy, which will fuel an international collaboration, one of the results of which can be seen at the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Rennes...
Personne dans un fauteuil équipée d'un masque de réalité augmentée

Piloting the house connected by the brain

Can we turn off the light or zap from one TV channel to another simply by brain activity? As part of its research platform on the connected home, Orange Labs is beginning to explore the potential of neural interfaces...