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Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

Regional Initiatives

ADEME TIC TAC (2010 - 2012)

Participants : Anne-Laure Negri, Caroline Tiffon, Bernard Senach, Brigitte Trousse.

This year we first participated in a study of current trends in urban mobility Real-ime MultiModal Information Systems (RTMMIS) conducted by CETE méditerannée [28] . After identifying the usage scenario [75] , [74] and participating in the specification of the prototype [76] , we specified the experiment of the first prototype developped by VuLOG in [77] and reported results of our usage analysis in a delivrable [78] . See also 9.1.1 .


Participants : Florian Bonacina, Bernard Senach, Brigitte Trousse, Yves Lechevallier, Nicolas Béchet, Ehab Hassan.

This year we evaluated the ergonomics of 19 Web sites of hotels associated to our project and we formulated several recommendations according types of Web sites [72] , [73] . We then formalised the know-how of the SME in referencing Web sites. Due to some delay in the experiment (mainly tag installation, data access), our data analysis task has been postponed to May 2012.


Participants : Guillaume Pilot, Yves Lechevallier, Bernard Senach, Brigitte Trousse.

This year we have elaborateDSd the first experimentation protocol [59] for the original concept of eco-challenge within an enterprise. Due to some delay in the challenge (which ended september 30), the end of our contract has been delayed until novemberb-o 2011 in order to have enough time for data analysis [80] , [61] , [62] . We also co-organized three open days at CSTB and have an active dissemination activity [79] in two european conferences [27] , [68] and the World Usability Day [60] .

CPER Telius (2007 - 2013) and ICT Usage lab

This grant, funded by regional and European support, covers our experimental platform supporting usage data gathering and analysis of individual and collective usage of information systems. Such an experimental platform called Focus was renamed FocusLab (to avoid the ambiguity with a new Inria team) (cf. section  6.5.2 ). FocusLab is an experimental platform proposed for supporting collecting and analysing individual or collective usage data. Tis platform will be part of the infrastructure of the living lab ICT Usage Lab. This year ICT Usage lab was again member of EnOLL, the european network of living labs (composed of 274 living labs after 5th wave).