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Augmented Planet / Data

Selective data sorting against dark data

According to a study by Veritas, 52 % of company data stored on servers is never used. This inert data is what is known as dark data. This can be data collected within the frame of an abandoned project or data that complies with regulatory compliance requirements and that has not been deleted within the legal […]


Research blog

Virtual reality, the new tool for evaluating user experience

Evaluating User eXperience (UX): In the lab or in situ? UX refers to “perceptions and responses of a user resulting from the use and/or intended use of a system, product or service.“ (ISO, 2019). In this area, the following are considered and studied: emotions, beliefs, preferences, perceptions, physical and physiological responses, behaviours and actions that […]


Augmented Planet / Networks

Energy efficiency: AI for mobile networks

Each generation of mobile telephony networks coincides with a leap forward in energy efficiency per bit transported, the gains of which are estimated at a factor of 10 during the transition from one generation to the other. 5G is no exception to this rule and, from the infrastructure design stage, introduces new levers for technical […]


Augmented Planet / Artificial Intelligence

Innovation at the service of smart waste management

An essential component of the “smart city”, smart waste management with digital and technological innovations enables public bodies and specialised businesses to find new answers to the challenges of the ecological transition and competitiveness. Optimising waste collection thanks to the IoT Based on the “smart bin” concept – sensors installed on waste containers measure their […]


Smarter society / Innovation

At the heart of CES 2020

What was new at the Consumer Electronic Show that took place in Las Vegas from 6th to 9th January? An overview with Olivier Ezratty.


Augmented Planet / Prospective

Digital technology: an environmental opportunity or challenge?

Digital technology could make our energy systems more connected, smart and sustainable, but its energy use is soaring. How to explain this paradox?


Augmented Planet / Internet of things

Connected greenhouses: how the Internet of things can feed the planet

These connected greenhouses could help us to take up the two challenges of AgTech: to increase yields whilst seamlessly integrating agricultural production into natural systems.


Augmented Planet / Innovation

Sustainable data centres come to Orange

To save energy and cool its data centres, Orange is testing new techniques for reducing temperatures, without using air-conditioning systems.


Augmented Planet / Internet of things

LTE-M, fresh impetus for the Internet of Things

The roll-out of LTE-M technology is paving the way for enhanced business use of the Internet of Things, thanks to its improved performance in terms of coverage, battery life and cost.


Smarter society / Environment

Yolo, intelligent green watching

Robot and artificial intelligence Yolo selects web content for you on green issues that are of potential interest to you.


Augmented Planet / Environment

In the Pelagos Sanctuary, whales can sleep peacefully!

REPCET is more than a type of software – it is an innovation which serves the marine ecosystem This is why Orange Marine has decided to install this device on the cable-laying ship Raymond Croze from the very start of the test phase. Another way to support the association “Souffleurs d’écume”. in its actions to […]