ISAE-SUPAERO Inaugurated Its InnovSpace on September 29th
A space dedicated to knowledge sharing and entrepreneurship located at the heart of ISAE-SUPAERO, the InnovSpace encourages collaborative innovative projects. The 8600 sq ft building will house a prototyping area, a Digital Lab as well as a start up space.
A space dedicated to creativity and innovation
InnovSpace aims at offering a framework for innovative projects with a mix of physical space, a community of users and entertainment. ISAE-SUPAERO students, alumni and researchers can all benefit from the InnovSpace but it will also be accessible for students and researchers from other universities and businesses wishing to collaborate on projects with ISAE-SUPAERO students.
“Our vision is to create a real community. Innovation is not a personal matter but requires to be open and to exchange ideas. This is why leading businesses are creating these kind of spaces to break down internal walls and foster relationships around an ecosystem of innovation,” says Dan Nguyen, Responsible for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at ISAE-SUPAERO.
The prototyping area on the ground floor offers equipment dedicated to mechanics, electronics and 3D printing. Two Fab Managers are on hand to provide technical advice and oversee all activities. The Digital Lab zone offers a free-access video studio, a virtual and augmented reality space as well as a concurrent engineering centre. The ground floor also houses an events space, a showroom and a small meeting room.
From idea to reality
The first floor of the InnovSpace is dedicated to start-ups and student projects and can welcome up to 30 people. Four start-ups are already set up : Dron’Aero develops drones for agriculture, Hinfact works on a neuroergonomics concept, Beyond Aerospace works on building a launcher for nanosatellites and alumni Amaury Ciurana, 2020 graduate, who works on a therapeutic exoskeleton.
As for student projects, InnovSpace will welcome I-CARE, a robotic arm that detects spatial waste, Solarboost, a mobile tricycle with an electric engine powered by solar panels, Green House on Mars, an automated hydroponic greenhouse to feed future martian settlers and finally Diamant BP4, an alumni project reproducing the historic French rocket. A team of teacher researchers is here to help students with their projects.
InnovSpace is supported by the ISAE-SUPAERO Foundation
To finance the build and equipment, the ISAE-SUPAERO Foundation has been fundraising for over a year. A total of 216 000 euros have been collected.
Leïla Colaud, firstname.lastname@example.org
About Business Wire
Subscribe to releases from Business Wire
Subscribe to all the latest releases from Business Wire by registering your e-mail address below. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Latest releases from Business Wire
Seglan Payments Solution Provider Turns to Verimatrix for Efficient, Time-Tested Security24.2.2021 17:45:00 CET | Press release
Regulatory News: Verimatrix, (Paris:VMX), the leader in powering the modern connected world with people-centered security, today announced that Seglan, an existing Verimatrix Code Protection customer and leading provider of secure payment solutions, recently selected the Verimatrix Mobile Payments technology to provide global banks and processors with time-trusted security. Seglan previously developed their own mobile payment Software Developer Kit (SDK) for implementation across its customer base. It’s now in the process of deploying Verimatrix’s mobile payments SDK that offers existing certifications for streamlining Seglan’s go-to-market capabilities aimed at some of the largest financial institutions in Europe and South America. The Verimatrix security tool will continue to be used for Seglan’s 3DSecure SDKs (certification included) while also aiming to provide their customers a full HCE and 3DSecure solution all contained within a single server. “Having successfully relied upon Ve
EnTrust Global’s Julian Proctor to Present at Economist’s World Ocean Summit24.2.2021 17:02:00 CET | Press release
Julian Proctor, Portfolio Manager of EnTrust Global’s Blue Ocean 4Impact Fund (“BO 4Impact”), will join Elisabeth Munck af Rosenschöld, Head of Supply Chain and Sustainability at IKEA, Sadan Kaptanoglu, President of BIMCO, Jeremy Nixon, Chief Executive of Ocean Network Express Co., and Craig Jasienski, Group Chief Executive at Wallenius Wilhelmsen at The Economist’ World Ocean Summit panel entitled “Shipping: Collaborating across industry and supply chains to reduce emissions.” Blue Ocean 4Impact is part of EnTrust Global’s $2+ billion maritime investment platform and is launching one of the first companies that will own and lease environmentally-advanced vessels and other marine infrastructure assets to large corporate operators and end-users, in order to help reduce carbon emissions and other pollution generated by the ocean economy. The Summit is the pre-eminent global event bringing together the widest cross-section of ocean stakeholders each year, from business to government to ci
New Study Finds Zio by iRhythm 10x More Effective in Proactively Identifying Atrial Fibrillation and Increasing Detection24.2.2021 17:00:00 CET | Press release
iRhythm Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:IRTC), a leading digital healthcare solutions company focused on the advancement of cardiac care, today announced the results of a brand new “SCREEN-AF” study, led by researchers at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto, Canada and University Hospital in Leipzig, Germany, which was published in JAMA Cardiology. The transatlantic clinical trial found that Zio by iRhythm, an ambulatory cardiac monitoring solution, led to a tenfold increase in the detection of atrial fibrillation (AF) versus patients receiving standard clinical care. One out of every 20 patients in the heart monitoring group was found to have a new diagnosis of atrial fibrillation and, as a result, 75 percent of those patients were subsequently prescribed a blood thinner medication for protection against strokes. The study results lend support for Zio as a screening tool for early detection of AF. The results have important implications for stroke prevention, especially as the pre
Jamestown Expands European Presence With More Than $1 Billion in Assets Under Management24.2.2021 16:22:00 CET | Press release
Global real estate and investment company Jamestown today announced it has significantly expanded its global presence and now has more than $1 billion in European assets under management with the acquisition of another two buildings in Amsterdam, and a mandate to manage a portfolio of properties across Europe on behalf of one of its institutional investment partners and co-investors, E.ON Pension Trust. This latest news about its European portfolio comes on the heels of Jamestown’s recent purchase of three office buildings in Cologne, Germany, and just over a year after purchasing the iconic Groot Handelsgebouw in Rotterdam, one of the largest mixed-use buildings in the Netherlands, which currently houses more than 450 businesses. “After entering the European market just over a year ago, Jamestown has grown its platform with $1 billion in assets under management and a knowledgeable real estate team headquartered in Cologne, Germany and offices in Amsterdam, London, and Madrid,” said Ja
Saint-Gobain Life Sciences Introduces Highly Efficient Cell Culture Bags for T Cell Expansion24.2.2021 16:00:00 CET | Press release
Saint-Gobain Life Sciences, an industry leader in material science-based solutions for cell and gene therapy manufacturing, today launched a new cell culture bag designed specifically for T cell derived therapies. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210224005014/en/ VueLife® "HP" Series Bag cell culture testing in Saint-Gobain Life Sciences Laboratory. (Photo: Business Wire) T cell based therapies are revolutionizing the approach to treating cancer. Harnessing the patient’s own immune system by isolating their T cells and engineering them to elicit an immune response is emerging as a preferred manufacturing practice. As the industry continues the advancement of these therapies, process efficiency becomes paramount to the success of delivering affordable therapies to patients. Building upon the VueLife® family of fluorinated ethylene propylene (FEP) based cell culture bags, VueLife® “HP” (high permeability) incorpo
KA Imaging to Present Poster on Unprecedented Lateral Dual-Energy X-ray Views at ECR 202124.2.2021 15:17:00 CET | Press release
KA Imaging, a company that develops innovative X-ray imaging solutions, announced that a poster reporting on results from a study examining the feasibility of lateral chest dual-energy subtraction radiography using a stacked single-exposure multi-layer x-ray detectorwill be presented by Sebastian Maurino, a medical physicist at KA Imaging, at this year’s European Congress of Radiology (ECR). As highlighted in the poster, KA Imaging’s novel approach allows radiologists to take full advantage of lateral dual-energy images by obtaining both conventional and dual-energy subtraction lateral images simultaneously, thereby making it considerably easier to differentiate between materials behind the heart. Quoting directly from the poster, “The DE lateral image also visualizes calcified joints and masses behind the heart that are not visible in the [Posterior-Anterior (PA)] image. Multi-layer detectors were shown to provide DE PA and lateral images of the chest at conventional patient dose leve
OAG and IATA Strengthen Data Partnership to Combat Market and Schedule Volatility24.2.2021 15:00:00 CET | Press release
OAG, the world’s leading provider of travel data and insight has agreed a partnership with International Air Transport Association (IATA), to provide schedule and reference data via its new cloud platform. As part of the strengthened partnership between the two aviation leaders, OAG will also provide IATA with a customized version of its market-leading Analyzer tool which will be offered as part of a bundle alongside Airport IS and other existing tools in the future. Built on the Snowflake cloud platform, the supply of reference and schedules data provides customers with the richest and freshest version of schedules data available in the market. “COVID-19’s ongoing impact on traffic volatility has made it critical to power our products with the most up-to-date data available,” said Charles de Gheldere, Director Aviation Data at IATA. “Our strengthened partnership with OAG supplies our airport customers with fresh and accurate data and a highly-innovative, modern and flexible cloud-base
In our pressroom you can read all our latest releases, find our press contacts, images, documents and other relevant information about us.Visit our pressroom