Section: Other Grants and Activities
Due to the bi-localization of the team, we are involved with two regions: PACA and Ile-de-France.
“Pôles de compétitivité”
“Pôle de compétitivité SCS - Solutions Communicantes Sécurisées”:
AxIS (B. Trousse and B. Senach) were involved in the preparation of the project “Clic&Go”. The goal of this project is to provide tools for proximity e-commerce. New technologies are used not to sell products on-line but to support new relationships between customers and shopkeepers. A better information will be given to the clients (availability of products with well-defined attributes - size, colors, etc.) and merchants will be able to develop loyalty through technologies. Usage mining will be used to improve user profiling and push suggestions according to similarity of buyers'profils. In Clic&Go project academic partners are LSIS (UMR CNRS 6168), INRIA (AxIS) and industrial partners are STID, COMLINKS and AGEVIA. The project has been labelled by “Pôle de competitivité SCS” in June and will be proposed in December to the region for a grant.
“Pôle de compétitivité SCS - Solutions Communicantes Sécurisées”: AxIS (B. Trousse and B. Senach) are involved in the preparation of a new project (AccèsCité) aiming at providing guidance for thematic urban travelling. The device will be used, in particular, by disabled people and usage mining tools will allow to improve information content delivered to users.
Axis (B. Trousse and B. Senach) participated with several academic laboratories (LIRMM, Cirad and Cemagref) to the founding of the METISSE working group on "Territory intelligence and sustainable development"
CPER Télius, FOCUS plateform : last year in the framework of a grant between government and regional administration, AxIS proposed the design of a usage mining platform. The FOCUS platform, that is now granted by Region will provide to its "clients" tools and services to get a precise understanding of how people use new technologies. This year we had several meeting with academic partners (Eurecom and UNSA) in order to choose classes of application which will be studied within the plateform.
TICE-Med : Bernard Senach went to TICE'Med colloqium in Marseille to envision with Serge Agostinelli futur collaborations (LSIS, SIC project "Sciences de l'Information et de la Communication")
Supelec: Marie-Aude Aufaure from Supelec collaborates with others Supelec members [Oops!] .