Enova Grand Ouest, the regional event for research and industry, displays complete. Its conference program has been finalized.
Increasingly at the centre of the concerns of electronic equipment designers as well as operators of industrial and energy production units, operational safety is attracting the attention of decision-makers. With a corollary: the safety of property and people. An often highly critical application field opened more and more to new generations of embedded systems (components, hardware, software ...) also called intelligent by the power of the functions they assume as close as possible to the sources ....
The solar electric vehicle, an example of Breton technological excellence, begins the conference cycle: "Heol, the 100% solar electric car of Breton design and design." This project, led by the Eco solar Breizh association in partnership with companies (AOD Electronics...) and the iD4CAR competitiveness cluster, will be carried by a conference on Wednesday, March 27, as well as an entertainment area on the show:
- context of the project and construction of the Breton solar electric vehicle (Eco Solar Breizh);
- interest of automatic control of the vehicle to minimize the energy consumed (AC Systeme);
- digital convergence to optimize the design of the vehicle's IHM (Niji).
The afternoon of Wednesday, March 27 will be devoted to the CEM and intelligent systems with a conference organized by LCIE Bureau Veritas and Cap'tronic:
- CEM and Radio evaluation of wireless technologies used in intelligent systems (smart home, M2M, transport,);
- communicating systems in medical applications: what risks to the CEM?;
- High-frequency filtering techniques
- evaluation of exposure to electromagnetic fields in intelligent wireless communicating systems;
- update on the application standards for charging stations for electric vehicles. The Salon/Enova Grand West Conferences
The morning of Thursday, March 28 will be devoted to the theme of "Safety of Operation in Embedded Systems." The result of a collaboration being IETR, GIS ITS, iD4CAR and Cap'tronic:
- Body Area Network: Transmission Security, by Philippe Renaudin (Kaptalia Monitoring);
- mechanisms of fault tolerance in embedded systems, by Sébastien Pillement (IETR/Polytech Nantes);
- the imperatives of operational safety in critical equipment: example of medical devices, by Julien Cau (BA Systems);
- tools for the construction of operational safety, by Frédérique Vallee (All4Tec).
Brittany obliges, the sea could not be absent from the conferences. The Brittany Sea Pole will present current projects under the theme "Safety and Maritime Security" on Thursday 28 afternoon:
- protect and secure the maritime domain and activities at all times and in any location. What are the key issues and technological needs identified? How can we encourage the emergence of "bricks" that can be integrated into major maritime surveillance and response systems?
- testimonials from companies involved in certified projects.