The 5th edition of this major European innovation event will be held on 30 and 31 October at the CNIT de la Défense in Paris. More than 650 representatives from industry, academia and public institutions are expected to attend this event whose theme this year is: Sharing a vision for innovation in ICT.
It is anticipated that there will be a period of continuous change and disruption until 2030, in which the way of doing business will be radically different from today. The main areas of change and disruption are expected mainly in the following areas: globalisation, sustainable development, management of scarce resources, climate change, urbanisation, security and support for mobility, health and nutrition; but also the digital society in Europe: a strong industry must be based on ICT innovations which must be a prerequisite for maintaining a globally competitive position. ICT is one of the drivers of innovation affecting many key areas. For ITEA and ARTEMIS, ICTs are at the heart of innovation and continuous research. Innovation in ICT is necessary to master future economic and societal changes.
Participants will be able to discover in abundance that ICTs are at the heart of innovation while browsing through the 90 or so projects on display at ITEA and the ARTEMIS project exhibitions. This year's exhibitions will include a space dedicated to projects related to the theme of "reliability".
Francis Jutand, Scientific Director of the Institut Mines-Télécom, and Philippe Letellier, Director of Innovation at the Institut Mines-Télécom and Vice-President ITEA2, will both represent the Institute, alongside researchers from the Institute's laboratories involved in the projects.
Programme of their participation :
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Tuesday, October 30 - 10:45 a.m: Join Francis Jutand at the first plenary session entitled Sharing a vision for ICT innovation. Philippe Letellier, for his part, will open the plenary presentation of the exhibition of projects.
Wednesday, October 31 - 11:30 a.m. : Philippe Letellier will present a focus on three projects carried out within the framework of ITEA2 :
- DiY Smart Experiences on the Internet of Things (with the participation of researchers from Télécom SudParis)
- Jedi on 3D TV
- and MODELISAR on embedded systems and software
To register: email@example.com or by phone: +31 88 00 36188
More about the event : http://www.itea2.org/cosummit2012
More information on ITEA 2 and ARTEMIS: http://www.itea2.org and www.artemis-ia.eu
About the Institut Mines-Télécom
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The Institut Mines-Télécom is a public institution dedicated to higher education, research and innovation in the fields of engineering and digital technology. It is made up of the 10 grandes écoles Mines et Télécom under the supervision of the Minister for Productive Recovery, 2 subsidiary schools, 2 strategic partners and a network of 10 associate schools. The Institut Mines-Télécom is recognized nationally and internationally for the excellence of its training of engineers, managers and PhDs, its research work and its activity in the field of innovation.
The Institut Mines-Telecom is a member of the national research programming alliances Allistene, Aviesan and Athena. It maintains close relations with the economic world and has two Carnot Institutes. Every year around a hundred start-ups leave its incubators. www.mines-telecom.fr