The Forum 5i which will take place on the 31st of May 2018 at the World Trade Center Grenoble. It is a great opportunity for key players to discuss the technological, economic and societal challenges of DeepTech and discover the latest innovations in this field.
mars:hello! is proud to join ESA BIC Sud France !
A report on mars:hello! on youtube InriaChannel https://youtu.be/rqiKI3R8oNw
Meet you, the 28th March 2018, at Paris Space Week (PSW), the international space business meeting event organised by the French Cluster ASTech Paris Region.
mars:hello! participates in Embarquement immédiat: Start-up du numérique event, on January 23,2018, as part of the Festival Transfo, launched by
French Tech in the Alps. The program is available at https://www.inria.fr/centre/grenoble/agenda/evenement-start-up-du-numerique
mars:hello! Talk (in french) ‘Comment customiser et exploiter un modèle ecore via un client web ?’ by Thierry Jacquin, November 28th 2017, at Eclipse Day Lyon 2017. More details (in french) here: http://www.digital-league.org/evenement/eclipse-day-lyon/
We are to the Inria 50th birthday, in November, 7th and 8th, at CENTQUATRE, 104 rue d’Aubervilliers 75019 Paris. Join us at the research and innovation showroom.
We join the SAFE Cluster, the competitiveness cluster for security and aerospace players. Health, industry, environment, agro-food industry, etc., nowadays, safety and security are critical subjects in all economy sectors, countries and citizens. Our primary activity in SAFE Cluster (Security and Aerospace actors for the Future of Earth) is to conceive and build together innovative solutions for security of people and environment.
Meet you at ASD Days, the one to one international event dedicated to Aeronautics, Space, Defence and Drones.
End October a simulation stretching between France and the Netherlands let ESA’s Planetary Robotics Laboratory test such an ‘egress’ scenario. mars:hello! was used to exchange information during the experimentation.
More details on Rover egress test ESA website, a time-lapse rover testing, and a short presentation of mars-hello use.