Collaborations

CENTAUR

Crowded ENvironments moniToring for Activity Understanding and Recognition

CENTAUR is a FP7-PEOPLE-2012-IAPP European Project – Marie Curie – (number 324359) which has started on the 1st of January 2013 and will last 48 months. INRIA Grant is 190.1 Keuros.

CENTAUR aims at developing a network of scientific excellence addressing research topics in computer vision and advancing the state of the art in video surveillance.

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PANORAMA

Ultra Wide Context Aware Imaging

PANORAMA is an ENIAC European Project which has started on the 1st of April 2012 and will last 36 months. Inria Grant is 398.5 Keuros (369KE).

This project concerns advanced image-video processing algorithms that are typically acquired with multiple cameras and processed on high performance computing hardware.

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Az@GAME

This French project aims at providing evidences concerning the interest of serious games to design non pharmacological approaches to prevent dementia patients from behavioral disturbances, most particularly for the stimulation of apathy.

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EIT-ICT LAB

Indoor Activity Monitoring at Nice Hospital

To build an innovative framework for modeling activities of daily living (ADLs) at the site for helping the doctors in accurately assessing the patient for Alzheimer’s disease.

More specifically, the project aims:

  • to assess the initiative ability of patient and whether the patient is involved in goal directed behaviors
  • to assess walking disorders and potential risk of falls.

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Dem@Care 

Dementia Ambient Care: Multi-Sensing Monitoring for Intelligent Remote Management and Decision Support

Dem@Care is a FP7-ICT-2011.5.1 IP European project (Personal Health Systems) which has started on November 1st 2011 and will end in 2015 (48 months).

This project addresses Challenge 5: Digital ICT for Health, Ageing Well, Inclusion and Governance.

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PAL

PAL : Personally Assisted Living

PAL is an Inria internal large scale initiative action which has started in 2010.

The objective of this project is to create a research infrastructure that will enable experiments with technologies for improving the quality of life for persons who have suffered a loss of autonomy through age, illness or accident.

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SUPPORT 

Autonomous Monitoring for Securing European Ports

SUPPORT (Security UPgrade for PORTs) is a FP7-SEC-2009-1 IP European project which will start in July 2010 and will end in 2014 (48 months).

The aim of this proposal is to study innovative surveillance components for Autonomous Monitoring Of Multi-Sensory And Networked Infrastructure Such As Underground Transportation Environment.

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Quasper R&D 

QUAlification et certification des Sytèmes de PERception

Quasper R&D is a FUI project with national funding, from June 2010 to may 2012.

It gathers 3 objectives to serve companies and laboratories:

  1. to encourage R&D and the design of new perception systems;
  2. to develop and support the definition of European standards to evaluate the functional results of perception systems;
  3. to support the qualification and certification of sensors, software andintegrated perception systems.

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VANAHEIM 

Autonomous Monitoring Of Underground Transportation Environment

VANAHEIM (Video/Audio Networked surveillance system enhAncement through Human-cEntered adaptIve Monitoring) is a FP7-ICT-2009-4 Cognitive Systems and Robotics IP European project which has started on February 1st 2010 and will end in 2013 (42 months).

The aim of this proposal is to study innovative surveillance components for Autonomous Monitoring Of Multi-Sensory And Networked Infrastructure Such As Underground Transportation Environment.

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ViCoMo

Visual Context Modelling

ViCoMo is a ITEA 2 European Project which has started on the 1st of October 2009 and will last 36 months. Inria Grant is 354.6 Keuros.

This project concerns advanced video-interpretation algorithms on video data that are typically acquired with multiple cameras.

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SWEET-HOME 

Monitoring Alzheimer patients at Nice Hospital

SWEET-HOME is a ANR TECSAN French project from Nov 1st 2009 to 2012 (3 years) on long-term monitoring of elderly people at Hospital. Inria Grant is 240 Keuros out of 689 Keuros for the whole project.

SWEET-HOME project aims at building an innovative framework for modelling activities of daily living (ADLs) at home.

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CIU-Santé 

Elderly care at Hospital

CIU-Santé (Centre d’Innovation et d’Usages en Santé) is a DGCIS French project from November 2008 to 30 April 2012 (42 months) on long-term monitoring of elderly people at Hospital.

In this project two experimental rooms have been built in Nice-Cimiez Hospital for monitoring Alzheimer patients.

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