Team AxIS

Overall Objectives
Scientific Foundations
Application Domains
New Results
Contracts and Grants with Industry
Other Grants and Activities

Section: Contracts and Grants with Industry

Industrial Contracts

EPIA: a RNTL Project (2003-2005)

Participants : Aicha El Golli, Mihai Jurca, Yves Lechevallier, Bernard Senach, Doru Tanasa, Brigitte Trousse [ resp ] .

Inria Contract Reference: S04 AO485 00 SOPML00 1

The EPIA project ``Evolution of an Adaptive Information Portal'' got labeled by RNTL 2002, and started on September 2003 until march 2006. Partners are Dalkia, Mediapps and Inria. This year, as Mediapps was bought by Ever ( expert in integrated ECM (ECM: Enterprise Content Management)software), a change of project management was done in June 2005. The objectives of this project are the following:

We hold two project meetings in Paris with Ever (june and september) in order to re-orient the project according to Everteam wishes, taking into account the future integration of and Net.portal in the eversuite software.

MobiVIP: a PREDIT Project (2004-2006)

Participants : Sergiu Chelcea, Mihai Jurca, Bernard Senach, Brigitte Trousse [ resp. ] .

Inria Contract Reference: 2 03 A2005 00 00MP5 01 1

MobiVIP, Individual Public Vehicles for Mobility in town centres, is a research project of Predit 3 (Integration of the Communication and Information systems Group). It involves five research laboratories and seven small business companies (SME), in order to experiment, show and evaluate the impact of the NTIC on a new service for mobility in town centres. This service is made up of small urban vehicles completing existing public transport. The MobiVIP project will develop key technological bricks for the integrated deployment of mobility services in urban environment.

The strengths of the project are: 1) the integration between assisted and automatic control, telecommunications, transport modeling, evaluation of service and 2) the demonstrations on 5 complementary experimental sites and 3) the evaluation of possible technology transfer.


In december 2004, we finalized in collaboration with B. Senach (Ergomatics Consultants) the delivrable 5.1 [82] which we coordonate with Georges Gallais (Visa Action, Inria Sophia Antipolis). This deliverable aimed at defining a common generic evaluation scenario and proposed a framework to facilitate the identification of the main evaluation dimensions for each planned test or experimentation. This year we had two main tasks: the preparation of the deliverable 5.2  [54] and the NancyCab event.

More we continued our previous work  [61] , [84] in the travel information retrieval research field related to mobility in the transport domain. This year we welcomed one internship on this project:

Figure 10. Interface of the urban transport support tool

Industrial Contacts

Some contacts during this year:


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