Launched in June 2018, the new inter-IRT LATTICES project aims to overcome the current technological obstacles related to the design and construction of lattices by metal additive manufacturing.
The BWM project aims at supporting the transformation of territories for the benefit of users by offering richer, more fluid and more personalized mobility and related services. The project is looking forward to fulfilling this objective with the blockchain technology.
The Paris-Saclay Energies (PSE) project aims at modeling the local energy system to meet the needs of territorial planning and energy management of buildings in the Paris-Saclay territory.
This new R & D project focuses on optimizing maintenance policies for production systems, with the ambition of treating maintenance based on prescriptive analysis.
The LCE project will build on the requalification of the A6-A7 motorway as an urban boulevard by 2020.
SystemX launches its first research project in Singapore for a period of 48 months in collaboration with Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), one of the world’s leading research-intensive universities.
SystemX, the only institute for technological research dedicated to the digital engineering of the systems of the future, announced on September 5 the appointment of Paul Labrogère as CEO.
The IO4 projects aims at designing innovative approaches to cybersecurity for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and the Factory of the Future.
SystemX IRT, psion.finance by Largillière Finance and The Blockchain Group join forces in a strategic partnership to offer a global support package covering the strategic, marketing, business and technological aspects of blockchain development projects. This offer includes all phases of project development: from the creation of a PoC (proof of concept) to the realization of […]
The CMI project focuses on the cockpit of the autonomous vehicle. It will define the best possible combinations of Human-Machine Interaction (HMI) solutions that solicit different human senses (sight, hearing, touch) to reduce the driver’s visual cognitive load and improve his intuitiveness.