Monday, September 29, 2014

Lithium salt water, heat … 10 (new) battery technologies – Industry and Technologies

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 , Update the 09/29/2014 at 8:07 p.m.

The flexible battery Imprint Energy.

Flexible battery Imprint Energy.

 They are flexible and ultrafine run on salt water or heat, and even implantable printable directly into the human body … The batteries are constantly being improved to meet the needs of the twenty th century especially in mobile electronics and automotive. Check out a sample of these innovations in the folder Industry & amp; Technologies on the topic.



Sunday, September 28, 2014

Students learn new technologies – West France


                     Saint Nolff



The Science Tower, Tower Digital Britain supported by the Region and relayed by the associations of the Little Britain and Débrouillards Maker 56 Vannes, made a stop Thursday in the town.

In the program, the initiation of three cycles of two schools Lucien Paye and public-Jean Rostand. The thirty children concerned was therefore initiated to new technologies, such as the discovery of how a 3D printer and its software modeling, but also the electrical principles of computer tools or understanding a language bit during the three workshops offered by volunteers.

The four trucks Science Tower, left Brest visit before getting to the final stage of Rennes all week twenty-two communes of the department and Chartres de Bretagne. “This is also to know the different LabFab (Fabulous laboratories) that exist in the region, where people can come to learn and ask questions,” underlined Louis, one of three leaders the day, which was also open to the general public in the evening.


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Saturday, September 27, 2014

Conference: “Myths and realities of new technologies” – LaDépê


As part of his research, André Tricot working with schools and colleges, but also with institutions such as the Ministry of Education, and companies such as Airbus Training.

                             As part of his research, André Tricot working with schools and colleges, but also with institutions such as the Ministry of Education, and companies such as Airbus Training.


As part of the Science Festival, in partnership with the space cyberbase Quercy Caussadais, the People’s University, chaired by Monique Dejean-Servieres, organizes, Thursday, October 2 at 20 h 30, the Recollects, conference, “New technologies for knowledge: Myths and Realities,” presented by André Tricot, professor, ESPE Toulouse II Jean-Jaurès. . Admission free

The new technologies of information and communication are revolutionizing our daily lives: when we organize a trip, when we communicate with our loved ones when we reserve a ticket to a show, when we seek the definition of a difficult concept … the list is endless. Does this change also disrupts our relationship with knowledge, the way we learn and impart knowledge

The aim of this conference is to give an account of what we know today about the contributions, limitations and dangers of new technologies as a means of access to knowledge.

André Tricot, who are you?

I am a researcher and I also trains teachers for nearly twenty years, first in Britain, now in Midi-Pyrénées. In particular, I try to help teachers understand how students learn and the challenges facing them. I try to share my knowledge about the solutions offered by new technologies to improve student learning.

What are the main themes of your speech?

I will propose to discuss some of the myths that we often hear about the digital and not necessarily verified. For each, I will try to take stock of what we know and what we do not know. Examples of these statements: are more motivated when learning with digital; we learn better by playing with digital; digital fosters student autonomy; reading on small screen reading skills and attention span of young people; students know effectively use digital because it’s their generation.


Thursday, September 25, 2014

8th i-Novia Lounge New Technologies & Contractors –

The Show New Technologies & amp; Entrepreneurs, living for professional B2B Greater East continues to expand, becoming the Salon I-Novia: true platform of innovation business “Made in Alsace”

Why come to i-Novia 2014.

To discover the latest innovations and meet the best professionals in Alsace, create a network of trusted partners, discover new products, learn, share, show you, making your business a company, which also innovates in Alsace

Many conferences

The show is also the perfect place to learn with lectures and tables . round led by the largest sector (Apple, Bouygues Telecom, etc …)

The conference program full of nearly 100 speeches, is structured around major themes: multi-channel, web, mobile, web 2.0, marketing, … mobile Internet, voice over IP, outsourcing, e-commerce solutions, corporate recovery transmission, etc.


  • 100 conferences
  • 10 Round Tables
  • 2 corporate parties, to enable you to access the latest news and innovations

Come to confront your ideas and questions to expert advice and imagine new ways to develop your business.

New 2014

I-Novia welcomes the events leading ICC Region Alsace for professionals:

  • Wednesday, October 8: Cogito Expo’14 professionals gather business intelligence
  • Thursday, October 9: Strat’Go will suggest “Business Solutions to go”

Come and find the solutions to boost your business

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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Adoption of new technologies: first come, first served – L’Atelier: Disruptive innovation

The early adopters of disruptive technologies company would fully the merits and revenue.

Cloud computing, mobility, social business … These solutions more or less well established in business but worthy thoughts before launching. Or maybe not, actually? A study by the Harvard Business Review Analytics Services produced by the American telecommunications company Verizon reveals that early adopters of such technology, which would have taken the risk of starting upstream, find greater benefits than other. Thus, the study reveals that 20% of companies with this profile have seen their income grow by 30%, double that of “followers” (companies that invest only when the benefits of such tools proved) and triple “cautious” (companies until the technology is fully in place). *

Beneficial changes together

Similarly, 57% of those pioneers believe that investment in new technologies is, for them, the engine of innovation and growth of their business. And besides, they found up to 54% as the technology lead to a significant change in business model (against 29% for “followers” and 10% for “cautious”) Pourr and 52% to changes in products and services they sell. And if we shall focus on different sectors, we find that 43% of companies in the field of energy willing to adopt new technologies with a view to take advantage of the position of “pioneers”. Divided by the area of ​​services and consulting company for 45% ambition. They are also 72% in this area to explain the adoption of new technologies allowed for a real change in their business strategy over the last three years.

Brakes too fresh

Despite the many benefits seen, especially the study points out that certain obstacles still exist in the adoption of new technologies, even before the principles As risk-taking, limiting increase in the number of “early adopters”. Thus, 34% of respondents believe that the use of “legacy technology” or obsolete technologies still in place in the company, greatly hampering innovation. And 44% of them speak of a need for more flexibility in terms of corporate culture to adapt and take advantage of new technologies to develop new business approaches.

* Pioneers represent 34% of the companies surveyed, 35% followers and conservative 30% of 672 large companies worldwide.


New technology. Photonics Park, a major project for … – West France

Photonics Park project is not a creation ex nihilo. It is the continuity of PerfOS platform which is a center specializing in specialty optical fibers. Photonics Park would expand its research and development activity to components used with these fibers, such as lasers and sensors.

“The goal is to reach a critical size allows us to operate as the German Fraunhofer. These technology centers are funded for one-third of industrial, another third by public funds (regional editor’s note), another third by national technological projects, European. The money for these projects, it is also the public “ money, says David Mechin cluster Photonic Britain.

Photonics, what is

It is the use of light in high-tech components.

The laser cuts, fiber optics for telecommunications … photonics is already used.

With fiber, we get to create sensors accuracy. Indeed, if the light is passed through an optical fiber, it is spread differently depending on the environment outside the fiber. By analyzing the received light, one can determine the nature of the medium in which the fiber passes. A usage example: looking for some molecules in food samples



New technologies in the assault of fashion – The

T-shirt, hoodie, sneakers … Mark Zuckerberg is not a muse of fashion. Like many stars of Silicon Valley, Facebook founder popularized the image of the geek careless of his appearance, neurons boiling behind his computer screen. Result in the collective imagination, the world of fashion and that new technologies are not really have much in common … Error!
In recent years, the rise of digital and digital has evolved into a true cultural phenomenon. From real estate to transportation, through music and books, entire sectors are disrupted by the appearance of a myriad of new and innovative applications. In this context, fashion is no exception, and faded more and more about a “tech” boom industry. To demonstrate this, the Numa, one of the biggest start-up incubators in the capital this week launched its Fashion & amp; Tech Week as a foot of malicious nose at the usual Fashion Week.

June, a gem against sunburn

Meanwhile a real marriage between these two ecosystems, the engagement has already occurred. The growing market for connected objects attests. In fact, companies that market seeking to attract a broader clientele than geeks. To popularize their products, many of them are now using renowned fashion professionals and design. This is the case of the company Netatmo. The latter markets June, a bracelet capable of measuring exposure to UV rays, thus preventing sunburn. But instead of displaying a high-tech dial, the object appears as a jewel, with a beautiful prism – that hides electronics -. Grafted onto a leather strap

Presents Monday in Fashion & amp; Tech Week, Raphaelle Raymond, vice president of marketing Netatmo, justified this approach.

“The UV rays are the main cause of skin aging With June, we has chosen to target women because they are the ones who spend a lot of money in creams and other cosmetics to counter this. So we had the idea to make this object connected jewelry. was uses creative jewelry to make it the prettiest possible. Here, we do not have monitor or button. bracelet does not vibrate. Outwardly, so we can not identify an object of geek . “

Once this gem slipped a smartphone application allows you to view real-time exposure to the sun through a whole range of graphs.

The high-tech seizes codes

To seduce his female clients, Netatmo launched a marketing campaign respecting the codes of luxury and beauty. For visual, “ we took a nice model, and we made light work of respecting the codes of fashion and cosmetics” says Raphaelle Raymond. Thus, alongside the technology press, women’s magazines such as Vogue, Glamour and Elle, are also interested in this new kind.
Connected objects, actors in the world of fashion are now working together with those of digital.

Pierre Garner is the co-founder of Elium Studio, a product design agency. “ last six years, the connected devices have taken a rather strong tone in our work” , he emphasizes the Fashion & amp; Tech Week. Especially for this designer, shaping these objects represents a small revolution.

“This challenges our habits. Generally, a product is related to its function, the service that it makes. But here, it is usually the app that carries the service, while the object is only a medium. Clearly, we can no longer think of it as before. “

In addition, the designer must work with a new constraint:

“Connected objects are often all day, so we must find a way to make them acceptable to avoid rejection phenomenon medium term. “

Seduce a non-techie customers

These challenges, Pierre Garner faces there every day. Recently, he worked with the French company Withings, which designs and develops connected objects (scales, blood pressure monitors, baby monitors …). The company wanted to market a “tracker of activity.” That an electronic accessory worn on the body – and connected via Bluetooth to a smartphone app – allows the user to know the distance traveled each day, and thus to estimate the number of calories burned

. For shipping this technology, Pierre Garner and his team chose a watch. Called simply “Activity”, this object stuffed with sensors intentionally resembles a classic watch. Only a needle dial measuring activity, located at the bottom right, appears. The goal is, again, to appeal to a larger customer base than techies.

The breakthrough of this jewelry, watches, and other clothing connected to the general public so lets augur multiplication collaborations between heavyweights of the new technologies and those of fashion. Without a doubt, a fashion-tech revolution is underway.


Tuesday, September 23, 2014

New technology tested to fight against the … –

The Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Tourism (MECNT) DRC officially launched the Global Forest Watch system and presentation of the 2nd version of the forest atlas. It was on September 19 in the presence of Sebastian Malele, Representative of the Secretary General of MECNT.

These two technologies enable the DRC to fight a priori effectively against illegal logging, especially for monitoring and sustainable management of forest resources, noted Sebastian Malele. In addition, applications of these technologies will enable the administration and all interested partners to have updated information on the entire country (whether on land or on the evolution of the covered forest), based on systematic analysis of satellite images in “real time” that include an alert system on deforestation. Moreover, the forest atlas will provide data with current, complete and validated on forest tracks, protected areas, forest roads and industrial infrastructure, towns and villages.

The service project , World Resources Institute (WRI), assured through its regional coordinator, Terry Brncic, a workshop will be organized to sensitize stakeholders in the system of Global Forest Watch, stimulate reflection on the application of the Global Forest Watch in the sub-region.


New technology. A conference on Wednesday in Saint-Brieuc – West France

In order to educate the general public about the impact of new technology in our daily lives and our future, the City of Saint-Brieuc has established a cycle free lecture entitled, “The Saint-Brieuc Factory Rendezvous”

Philippe Carrez the Suboceana Company, specializing in virtual tours and augmented reality, and Benjamin Bernard, for his project.: Open Path: 360 ° views, will hold a conference on “virtual reality, augmented reality: the challenges of capturing data”

This Wednesday, 18 am, City Council Chambers Street. Vicariate, Saint-Brieuc.


Agriculture in Upper Normandy is betting news … – info Francetv


Navigation Satellite analysis of plots through aerial shot by a drone last beet harvester to cry … so many technologies that are transforming the farming profession.

  • By Emmanuelle Partouche
  • Published 09/22/2014 | 11:13, updated on 23/09/2014 | 2:44 p.m.

© France 3 Normandy

Leap into the Future

The series of writing France 3 Normandy takes us this week in the world of advanced technologies used in agriculture Robotic automation, guidance sattellite and even drones. tools are many and improve conditions and productivity. But they also change profoundly the approach to the business. And behind this one question: What will the farming profession in the years to come

a story in 5 episodes of François and Bruno Pesquet Belamri
(sound?: Philippe Taddéi, installation: Christophe Charbonnier)
A soap opera TV on France 3 Normandy Monday to Friday on the news at noon and 19h. On Internet videos available on this page (a new episode every morning)

Episode 2/5

There are long satellites help farmers. But the tools are becoming more efficient and optimize yields. Julien Hébert, farmer uses satellite guidance for five years to work their plots. In his tractor, several computers are shipped, powered by advanced software.
These tools of high technology despite the cost, quickly pays off and allow it to significant productivity gains.

Episode 1/5

Where we discover how a group of farmers near Bénarville revolutionized the beet harvest by buying in common “integral harvester” . A machine that costs nearly € 450,000 but saves time and reduces manpower requirements especially when harvesting is done at night. With interviews:

  • Benedict Geulin , farmer, president of the CUMA Progress
  • Julien Rigaudeau driver – mechanic

The beet harvester integral: saves time and money


Teens asked to vote on new challenges … –

      23/09/2014 11:25

“” a project launched Tuesday by a multitude of partners, has set the goal to raise the opinion among adolescents on social and ethical implications of new technologies.

Teens are asked to give their opinions on some of the social and ethical issues raised by the use of emerging technologies on humans.

“” project, launched Tuesday, will take the pulse of the youth on these issues.

Involve the public

This aims to involve the public more in some academic discussion about the use of biotechnology to non-therapeutic purposes, such as improving cognitive abilities using drugs or increasing the lifespan, said the Geneva Department of Public Instruction.

Students who are involved in the project will participate in writing a book for the general public, to be published in 2016, and the creation artistic works related to the social and ethical issues raised by human enhancement, with an exhibition in 2015.

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Monday, September 22, 2014

No new technologies for children – Chrétienté.info

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No new technologies for children

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“In Silicon Valley, leaders originally tablets, iPhone, or video games, to leave their children barely touch a smartphone. This is what an article in the New York Times reports. Steve Jobs, Apple’s famous founder, is no exception. “We limit the use of new technologies by our children,” said the famous American journalist Nick Bilton in 2010 asked “your kids like they iPad? “He had also said:” They have never used. ” Same conclusion in Evan Williams, a founder of the Twitter family. At home, his two children have no tablet and are encouraged to read books made of paper, detailing the daily. Prioritize cultural activities was also the credo of the Apple founder. “Every night at dinner, in the kitchen, Steve Jobs discussing literature, history and a variety of things,” reported Walter Isaacson, the author of “Steve Jobs.” “Nobody has ever released an iPad or computer. Children do not seem addicted to all “devices, adds the author.

According to Nick Bilton, most technology pioneers limit the use of these gadgets for their children 30 minutes a day during the week, while others will not tolerate the use technology during the weekend.

A distrust of new technologies that can be felt in the choice of school. To believe the New York Times many officers and employees of Google, Yahoo, Apple and eBay, send their children to a Waldorf, whose pedagogy is particularly anti-technology. And for good reason, according to management, tablets and smartphones are a threat to creativity, social behavior and concentration of students. “

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Sunday, September 21, 2014

Alibaba is now the fourth business news … – Frandroid

Alibaba, the Chinese Amazon has just made its debut on Wall Street. A grand entrance and remarkable.

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The Chinese e-commerce giant has made its first steps on Wall Street . The largest IPO of all time. The funds raised by this entry scholarship are $ 29.7 billion (23 billion euros), the previous record holder was Visa in 2008 with $ 17.9 billion (14 billion euros).

The largest IPO of all time.

The IPO started at $ 68 per share, for a market value of 168 billion dollars (131 billion euros). But actions began at $ 92.70, or 36% and a market capitalization of more than $ 228 billion (€ 178 billion).

With this introduction successful IPO, Alibaba is one of the largest tech companies, behind Apple, Google and Microsoft.

Often compared to Amazon, Alibaba has delivered a real performance. For now, Alibaba owns 80% of the e-commerce market in China, and is present neither in Europe nor in the United States.

What consequences of such an IPO? Jack Ma has become the second richest man in Asia, behind Li Ka-shing of Hong Kong. Yahoo! who held shares in the Alibaba sold for $ 10 billion. Finally, the major shareholder of Alibaba – Japanese holding company Softbank – with 32% stake, has made an exceptional gain of € 3.5 billion



Russia will seek new technologies outside the United … – Russia Beyond The Headlines France

  Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev instructed sales representatives
  Russia abroad to seek new technologies
 Outside the United States and the European Union. “We must turn the
  situation with the sanctions to our advantage and find new
 growth opportunities. It is a kind of protectionism which
 we did we would have never dared to use without being put in a
 such a situation, “said Russian Prime Minister Forum
 investment of Sochi. He explained, in particular, that one of the axes
 development in the context of the sanctions was to articulate
 around the creation of domestic technologies, as well as around the
 search for alternative suppliers overseas. “I have instructed our
 commercial representatives abroad to seek new
 of high-tech equipment “
suppliers, added Dmitri
 Medvedev. He also believes that Russian companies are able
 create technologies on site. For this, Russia will create
 including a development fund industry which will
 main objective of supporting medium-sized enterprises interested in
 pre-bank financing. The government would provide him up to 18
  billion rubles (367 million euros). “In all
 all difficulties and problems, there is always a window
 opportunity, we must seize it “
, said Dmitry Medvedev.

Impact of sanctions

  new sanctions against Russia, imposed by the EU and by
 United States on September 14, not only reach more companies
 oil Rosneft and Gazprom Neft public, but also
 private companies Lukoil and Surgutnefteaz. The Ministry of Finance
 American said the ban on the sale of technology and
 services applied to projects of deepwater production in
 offshore in the Arctic and shale, in Russia and in the waters
 Russians, if they show a “potential oil extraction.” The
 American and European measures restrict the sale and
 re-export of products, services and technologies for oil and
 shale companies affected by the sanctions.

“The last train of American sanctions’s main objective is to
 show that no company can feel safe. If before, the
 restrictions applied only to companies and credit agencies
 closely linked to the state, now, private companies are
 also under pressure, “
said Anton Soroko, analyst holding
 Investment FINAM. He explains that this contradicts some
  extent the statements of Western countries, because the penalties are
 presented as a weapon against the political position of Russia. In
 Accordingly, these measures should exert pressure on the state, not
  on private companies, says Soroko.

 is traditionally considered a private business model
 Russian – a large free float, low political activity, much
 transparency, no state involvement, etc. “
 the lead analyst Ilya Balakirev UFS IC. He explains that,
 Moreover, the company is developing the platform in the Caspian Sea and
 announced a series of projects in areas of difficult access
 partnership with European companies. “The Company shall,
 may waive these projects, but for this large group, it
 is only negligible production volumes “
says Balakirev.

Magnitude of impact

  Experts believe that the ban on exports of technologies
 primarily affect Rosneft which controls 44 trays with
 reserves of 42 million tonnes of oil equivalent. The company
 already started operation at 23 of these plates. In 2011, Rosneft
 signed an agreement with ExxonMobil on the American mining
 oil in the Kara Sea and Black Sea. According to the information
  Bloomberg, ExxonMobil could now suspend
 exploration well Universitetskaya-1 in the Kara Sea. In this
 If, under the terms of the agreement, Rosneft will repay the amount
 invested by the American company in prospecting (up to 2.5
 billion). Moreover, the reserves accumulated deposits
 Lukoil discovered in the Caspian Sea amounted to 630 million
 tonnes of oil equivalent. In addition, in 2014, the company signed a
 agreement with the French Total.

Anton Soroko group recalls
 however, that the penalties introduced included a precision
 size: they only apply to new contracts and are
 not be effective if the agreements have been signed before. Thus, it
 believes that we can not say that Russian companies were private
 technology: the restrictions do not apply to agreements
 concluded before. “Russian oil and gas companies
 are a little better than other economic sectors – this is
 mainly due to the fact that exports of resources
 Russian energy are of great importance for our partners
 Westerners. So they do not dare to introduce sanctions
 come restrict the current activity of the companies’
 Anton Soroko.

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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Firefighters test new European technologies – Haute-Provence Info

 As part of the European project E-Sponder , an exercise organized by the Test Center and Research of the agreement to the Mediterranean forest (CEREN) and SDIS 04 took place on Friday 19 September in the career of Rock Bitter Villeneuve .

 Dozens of firefighters were on the scene to find several missing after an earthquake of 5.4 magnitude on the Richter scale. Validate several elements of the European project E-Sponder that “aims to develop a platform of services for first responders working in crisis exceptionally large” this scale exercise was aimed.

  Find all the items on this year and the E-Sponder project publisher of Haute-Provence Info forthcoming Friday, September 26.


New technologies: Orange pulls out a “app” radio comfort –

The app “Orange radio” you can listen to radio stations worldwide on his smartphone. Lannion engineers who designed it tried to avoid as much as possible and outages for greater listening comfort when moving. We can even “flip” App on the speakers of the car.

Just launched, Orange radio does not identify 15,000 radio stations broadcasting on the planet but it allows already make happy discoveries music and listen to Cambodian emissions, Iceland, Argentina … Even Antarctica has its radio accessible through this app. For fans of a genre, the Irish country for example, it is a tool intéressant.De such applications already existed but it is a technological leap in the quality of the connection: “We used our knowledge networks and those on the sound to avoid cuts when network flows “ says Christian Gregory, who works on access to different content (radio, tv …) at Orange Labs.

Read our edition “Lannion Paimpol” from Friday, March 19.


Friday, September 19, 2014

Moroccans are turning to new technologies – Magharebia

A recent study in Morocco on digital behavior shows that 84 percent of respondents have at least one personal computing device, nearly two-thirds laptop.

Almost half of Moroccans have a PC and a quarter tablet, according to this online study conducted among 2,500 people and sponsored by Intel, the world’s largest new technologies.

This study was published on Tuesday 16 September in Casablanca and shows the attractiveness Moroccans, especially young people, have the advanced technology and high performance.

The majority of respondents said they considered themselves to be creative and good at these technologies, but many of them (58 percent) reported that their creativity and productivity are hindered by hardware too old.

As told Magharebia Jankari Rashid, consultant IT and New Media: “The significance of this study stems from the development of the market dynamics in computer equipment and continued growth, including the effect of the acquisition boom in tablets context of maturity and diversity of users. “

A view shared by Jihan Ghazali, who believes that mobility is the dominant trend among young Moroccans who wish to acquire mobile technologies with superior performance.

This provides marketing, employee in an IT company in Casablanca, adds that it is important to note that the use of obsolete machinery and ignorance of the value added devices are the latest generation ” all factors that hinder productivity and creativity among young people. “

” Seventy-nine percent of respondents consider themselves creative, but 46 percent wish they could do more with their devices, such as produce photos faster, edit videos, create art, develop an application or compose music, “he explains.

K’tiri Karim, director of a company technological innovation, for his part stressed the importance of new information technologies to improve the school system and vocational training for young people.

“New technologies are becoming essential for employability youth and business competitiveness, “he says.

Young Moroccans are closely following the development of technological applications of the latest generation, but access to these facilities remains problematic.

“I really want to buy a new computer, but I do not have the money it takes, and I have a real problem with updating my PC that has more than two years,” Essaouiri said Ahmed, an economics student.

“I have a powerful device, but as a professional, I’m usually the victim of a slow connection and catastrophic,” said Salim meanwhile Boualal Technical assistant in an insurance company

A situation that also knows Meriem Lamhelli responsible in an advertising agency. “Infrastructure networks provided by operators wanting.”

The Digital Morocco lags behind because of government policy, said Imad Rahmoum, youth member of the Socialist Union of Popular Forces (USFP)

He added:. ” It is the duty of the government to promote new technologies to citizens and to continue to support national plans previously launched such as Infitah, Nafida and Injaj. “

According to the annual survey of market IT conducted by the National Agency of Telecommunications Regulation (ANRT) in 2013, almost 59 percent of households in urban areas have a computer, and 67 percent want to replace their old appliances.


Alpes de Haute-Provence: new technologies to save … – Alps 1

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Thursday, September 18, 2014

New technology. Orange pulls out a “app” radio comfort – West France

The app “Orange radio” you can listen to radio stations worldwide on his smartphone. Lannion engineers who designed it tried to avoid as much as possible and outages for greater listening comfort when moving. We can even “flip” App on the speakers of the car.

Just launched, Orange radio does not identify 15,000 radio stations broadcasting on the planet but it allows already make happy discoveries music and listen to Cambodian emissions, Iceland, Argentina … Even Antarctica has its radio accessible through this app. For fans of a genre, the Irish country for example, it is a tool intéressant.De such applications already existed but it is a technological leap in the quality of the connection: “We used our knowledge networks and those on the sound to avoid cuts when network flows “ says Christian Gregory, who works on access to different content (radio, tv …) at Orange Labs.

Read our edition “Lannion Paimpol” from Friday, March 19.



 New technologies in security will be adopted by Israel during its third international conference. These consist of more attention on populations. This will involve issues related to computer security, the fight against terrorism, to information and the protection of individuals. Monitoring will be done, regardless of the medium in which the position (in the street, transport, homes, offices, hotels where vehicles). One way, according to Ambassador Eli Ben Tura, create an atmosphere of tranquility.

According to him, this is to give people all the protection and confidence they need to move as freely as possible without risk of being attacked. However, he said, it is not a guarantee for the army nor the state or border. Enough so that, despite all these measures, the ambassador asked the civil society to remain ever vigilant. He also expressed his desire to see the Senegal confirm participation as was already some countries in the sub-region including Nigeria, Cote d’Ivoire and Kenya.

In fact, the loaded economic and commercial affairs at the Embassy of Israel, Ndèye Aminata Gaye Broken, says Israel is the # 1 safety in the world. She thinks the 3rd conference will be the time to introduce the latest generation of the technology industry safety. Ms. Broken indicates that these security measures will impact other countries in that they serve as examples for them. For her, all the world will need these new technologies for enhancing security to grow and be safe from any danger.


 According to the charge of Economic and Business Affairs, chat gather all major authorities, ministers, companies, government officials, representatives of the gendarmerie, police and security guards. He also talks at this meeting to organize round tables, panels, tours, guided and do tricks in the city, especially for guests who come for the first time in Israeli land. Ms. Broken says 3,500 people are expected to Tel Aviv for the edition of 2014, but said that the event is held once every two years since 2010.


Wednesday, September 17, 2014

My new fashion health technologies – Nouvelliste

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A lens that can measure glucose levels in tears is being developed. It could make life easier for diabetics


Researchers continue to develop new tools in the health. Developments particularly useful for chronic diseases such as diabetes.

Today, it has become very easy to save a lot of data on their health, as the distance walked daily his power or the quality of their sleep. New technologies are constantly developing. They are always accessible and always take up more space in our society.

Chronic Diseases

In the field of chronic disease, these new findings could change the quality of life of patients. This is especially true for diabetics. For people interested, existing tools already allow to simplify the management of the disease. A glucose sensor, for example, continuously measures the sugar present in the blood. Other tools are still under consideration as the artificial pancreas. This is an onboard computer that measures blood sugar levels and injects insulin at the right time. Contact lenses can also measure blood glucose in tears.


These instruments can reassure some patients. They have a global vision round the clock to changes in their blood sugar. While other patients become more anxious from seeing all those numbers. Everyone chooses according to its affinity with these technological tools.

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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Moroccans eager new technologies – Jeune Afrique

Algeria generation mobile Louiza AmmiJA The results of the study conducted for the American manufacturer of Intel microprocessors in the digital behavior of Moroccans reveals that over 80% of them own a computer device.

Connected, Moroccans are unquestionably. This is revealed by the study – a first – conducted for the American chipmaker Intel by the institute surveys and opinion Averty. The survey whose main findings were unveiled on Tuesday 16 September in Casablanca points out that 84% of Moroccans have connected at least one computing device. 64% of them, it is a smartphone, 61% a laptop, 46% a desktop computer and 28% of a tablet.

More than half of Moroccans surveyed have an outdated device, that is to say, older than three years. A boon

“Because our job is to create and develop technologies that enrich people’s lives, we must understand how Moroccans live and what their expectations of IT equipment “said Karim Bibi Triki, Managing Director of Intel Northern Africa.


This investigation should contribute and just shows that Morocco, as elsewhere in the world, the quest for ultra mobility is a priority. In fact, when asked about their buying intentions, respondents are biased to the laptop (59%) and tablet (43%).

However, more than half of respondents have an outdated device, that is to say, older than three years. One thing that bodes well for the prospects of market development. And this is also probably no coincidence that Morocco has become, in the words of Karim Bibi Triki, “a focus country for the region.” Over the past five years, the American manufacturer has tripled its investment in Morocco

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The availability of computer equipment, however, remains a important issue.

“The cost of a machine is always on average one month’s salary for a Moroccan. it a few years ago that cost the equivalent of two months. We are progressing but this cost must be reduced further “acknowledges the general manager of Intel North Africa. The stakes are high.

In hard-hit by unemployment countries (20% of those aged 15 to 24 according to data from HCP in January 2014), “access to technology can help to develop young people’s employability and competitiveness of enterprises, “insisted Karim Bibi Triki.


What is the impact of new technologies on the modes … – IndiceRH

and what is the impact of new technologies on learning modes What are the best practices in the application of digital technology? On the occasion of the publication of its new white paper, Demos is interested in the evolutions of training under the influence of digital

What is the impact of new technologies on learning styles? What are the best practices in the application of digital technology?

Leader of Vocational Training, Demos published in partnership with IL & amp; DI consulting firm training strategy, a founding white paper illuminating the challenges of digitization training and outlines the key best practices for start a digital project. The training players must now be aware of the changing forms of learning as a result of new technologies and rethink their uses for classroom training and distance learning.

With the digitization, training is experiencing a stronger and deeper than the experts had previously thought mutation. Indeed, the digital is not just simple training in e-learning, which is one of the training systems. When talking about digitizing training, it covers a broader reality, analysis upstream of educational objectives through engineering education, design, use of resources, and finally measurement and pilot training.

Understanding digitization

While digital is only a means, the goal is obviously to improve the quality and effectiveness of training learners. Inspired by this purely educational perspective, the training manager ensures conduct a genuine strategic thinking about the benefits of digitization. How? By asking a series of questions such as “What content do I scan? , “” How to make these accessible content in environments distantiels and / or-face? , “” What formats can I give these resources “,” Who will create the content? , “” How to maintain it? “What technologies will I choose? “” My trainers have to become designers? “…

In addition, the application of digital technology to the general public are so advanced that they determine those businesses. There is a reversal of the burden of innovation with consumers increasingly demanding about the training solutions. Indeed, learners now want to benefit from videos, integrate communities to interact with their peers, or choose the moments to be formed …

Finally, the reality on the ground, the time available learners or geographic location, or financial considerations, the training manager will reconcile and combinations (blended learning) between classroom training and distance learning. If digital is not intended to be a substitute for face-it makes it possible to optimize the time and re-examine its “educational productivity” ..

And tomorrow? What to Expect?

The number will continue to permeate the training devices, with a direct consequence: the fact of adding opportunities is likely to increase the complexity. The challenge for training managers will be working to simplify interface for even more intuitive and efficient user experience.

The role of mentors and coaches distance will also change. They probably emerge as managers of a learning community and will strive to see that all learners bring bricks their expertise to a global knowledge construction. The ultimate goal is that training is a time of increasingly integrated at work, so more fluid and efficient

The white paper can be downloaded for free on the site Demos

About Demos

A key player in the heart of the operational knowledge

The economy Demos Group is a global player in training professional. Building on its heart business, professional continuing education in all its forms (and distance learning), Demos has developed innovative and complementary modes such as e-learning. Other activities related to the knowledge economy also enhance the group’s offering, including management consulting skills and distribution of educational content.

A successful and replicable business model to International

Present in 12 countries and major cities in France, Demos has combined strong organic growth, effective acquisition policy which enables it to support its customers today to International ‘and develop a local clientele. In a buoyant market, the diversity of its products, its high demand for quality, continuous research for innovation and a flexible and efficient business model have made this group a leading player in professional training.