• June 29, 2017
    Route: The Digital Revolution

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  • At the heart of the transformations of our era, digital networks challenge the mechanisms of creation and distribution of value, "disrupt" organizations and sectors, and require all to open up to the new digital modernity.
    As the enabler of information technology, integrating platforms that bind together the physical and digital worlds, electronics supports the entire range of new services offered to humanity, their effectiveness and their safety.
    But the technical and economic cost of entry is often high, the complexity too large to allow solitary approaches. That is why for the past 50 years, Leti has offered its partners the opportunity to leverage its technologies in order to work as a team to break through the barriers that hold back our common future.
  • To be successful, integration of hardware and digital spaces into high usage value platforms must be capable of being embedded throughout the data chain: right from the most suitable sensors, through architectures and hardware for processing and merging the highest performance data, to viewing and interfacing systems with human operators. Leti’s presence is strong throughout this chain because overall consistency conveys the power and robustness of these systems to the very heart of the upcoming major industrial changes.

    Enabling Artificial Intelligence Technologies

    M.Duranton, CEA Tech

    User Experience for New Generation Mixed Reality Displays

    S.Joly, H.Kanaan, Leti

    Making SW/HW Co-design Possible

    Electronics’ Critical Mission

    J.Mottin, M.Tchagaspanian Leti

    Trusted Hardware – Cybersecurity testing

    P.Sissoko, Bureau Veritas
    T.Maurin, Leti
  • Micro-nano electronics has entered a new era of integration and differentiation. New materials and architectures promote reduced consumptions and offer new functions. The promise of algorithmic, bio-inspired and quantic disruptive solutions will open new doors. For Leti, the key issue in this new era is the clustering of a whole community’s efforts around technological roadmaps and common applications in relation to each of these technologies.

    Post CMOS pathfinding
    (neuromorphic, quantum, biomimetism, nanowire)

    C.Reita, T.Ernst, Leti

    Leading More-than-Moore  roadmaps: 1001 Applications for imaging and sensing modules

    F.Simoens, A.Arnaud, P.Castelein, J.Arcamone, Leti

    Research to Industry: Leti’s Platform

    Integrating Complex systems: Si Photonics

    S.Bernabé, C.KOPP - Leti

    Innovation Drivers: HW Footprint Flexibility and Scalability

    C.Figuet, SOITEC - Y.Lamy, Leti
  • No established economic sector appears to be beyond the scope of digital “disruptions” and every sector is now researching routes to fulfilling, profitable connectivity. Leti cannot know the stakes governing each sector, but it makes available to all sectors the digital technologies required for the deployment of new, truly differentiating offers.

    5G PPP drives the Future

    F.Clermidy, Leti

    Innovation in Conventionnal Industry’s Legacy

    D.Cohen, Minalogic - C.Soubeyrat, M.Gallezot, N.Daniele, Leti

    Smart Manufacturing Sensors

    Global ecosystem to drive innovation

    O.Thomas, Leti/ Gate One - R.Hamelin, E.Vodo,  Blumorpho/Gate One

    Technology & Business Incubator / Leti Startups

    Startup corner:
    P.Grève, Motion Recall
    L.Roure, ISKN
    PD Berger, Morphosense - Aledia
    P.Ruffin, Leti
  • Leti, a technology research institute at CEA Tech, is a global leader in miniaturization technologies enabling smart, energy-efficient and secure solutions for industry. Founded in 1967, Leti pioneers micro- and nanotechnologies, tailoring differentiating applicable solutions for global companies, SMEs and startups. Leti tackles critical challenges such as healthcare, energy and ICTs. From sensors to data processing and computing solutions, Leti’s multidisciplinary teams deliver solid expertise, leveraging world-class pre-industrialization facilities. With a staff of more than 1,900, a portfolio of 2,700 patents, 91,500 sq. ft. of cleanroom space and a clear IP policy, the institute is based in Grenoble, France, and has offices in Silicon Valley and Tokyo. Leti has launched 60 startups and is a member of the Carnot Institutes network.
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