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Its R&D activities encompass four main themes: factory of the future, cyber-physical systems, artificial intelligence and digital health.


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Nanodiamond Diffraction Data processing Scheduling Radionuclide metrology Haptic interfaces STABILITY Artificial intelligence Non-destructive testing Actuators C programming language Instrumentation Ferromagnetic materials Security Reflectometry Complex networks SLAM Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping Embedded systems Neural networks Algorithms Cameras Sensors Monte Carlo simulations Neutrons MDE Gamma rays Design Learning systems Fiber Bragg gratings Static analysis Internet of things Reliability Robotics Model checking Nuclear Geometry Computational linguistics Mapping Reflection Virtual reality Monte Carlo methods Eddy current testing Computer software Benchmarking Signal processing Gamma-ray spectrometry Cryptography Gadolinium Optical fibers Machine learning Diamond Uncertainty Guided electromagnetic wave propagation Nondestructive examination Optimization Simulation Finite element method Neutron detection Fluorescence Software testing Hardware Monte Carlo simulation Image processing Energy efficiency Codes symbols Ultrasonic testing Fault detection UML Image retrieval Reflectometers Monitoring Time domain analysis Elastic waves Dosimetry Semantics Deductive verification Specification languages State of the art Robots Structural health monitoring Frama-C Defects Symbolic execution Radiation therapy Nuclear instrumentation Calibration Detectors Classification Verification Solid scintillation detectors Metrology Model-driven Engineering Computer architecture Identification Software engineering Modeling Computer vision Nanoparticles Radiotherapy Non destructive testing