contact information

Yann PERROT
Head of Interactive Robotics Laboratory
 
Laurent DISDIER
Sales Director
 

contact details

CEA SACLAY - Nano-INNOV
Bât. 861 - Point Courrier 142
91191 GIF-SUR-YVETTE cedex
 
Tel. +33 (0)1 69 08 25 01
Fax +33 (0)1 69 08 18 19
info-list@cea.fr
 

www-list.cea.fr

 
 

other manufacturing & business plants

NANO-INNOV, CEA SACLAY, 91120 PALAISEAU

DIGITEO SACLAY, CEA SACLAY, 91191 GIF SUR YVETTE CEDEX

DIGITEO MOULON, CEA SACLAY, 91191 GIF SUR YVETTE CEDEX

 

certification

ISO 9001
 
Equipment categories :
Vision / Industrial robotics / Measurement & control / Software

presentation / know-how

As a part of CEA, the French government-funded technological research organization, the CEA LIST Institute focuses its R&D programmes on digital systems for industry.

Situated in the Paris Region, the institute gathers 750 researchers and technicians on strong economic and societal challenges: Advanced Manufacturing, Embedded Systems & Ambient Intelligence. The CEA LIST develops cutting-edge technological research in the fields of energy, transport, health, defence & security and manufacturing.

The institute is dedicated to the competitiveness support of companies by innovation and technological transfer: its capacity to create a long-lasting relation with its industrial partners allows the CEA LIST to understand and answer their needs. The institute collaborated in 2012 with more than 100 companies (45 % of SME) within the framework of innovation partnerships. The “Label Carnot”, awarded to CEA LIST in 2006, has been confirmed in 2011, acknowledging CEA LIST joint research quality.

 

 

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  • FORCE FEEDBACK ARM  FOR ASSISTANCE IN INDUSTRIAL GESTURE


  • TASK ANALYSIS IN VIRTUAL REALITY


  • AUGMENTED REALITY FOR MAINTENANCE AND TRAINING


  • ASSISTANCE COLLABORATIVE ROBOT (COBOT) FOR INDUSTRIAL TASKS



 

 

for more information on :
INSTITUT LIST

Interactive robotics

The CEA LIST Interactive Robotics team gathers 50 researchers and PhD students. Research activities are focused on service robotics, telerobotics and collaborative robotics dedicated to a very wide scope of application in the fields of energy (nuclear, oil & gas), industry and health.

 

Core technologies are new robotic architectures, high performance actuation, force and supervised control, method and software tools. Research activity is organised in 3 main applicative themes: force feedback remote handling, cobotics and autonomous dextrous manipulation.