Telecoms and Mobile software in the Val d’Oise

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The Val d'Oise and its administrative capital Cergy-Pontoise boast a rich concentration of companies and research laboratories specialising in embedded mobility and mobile software. In addition to a telecoms cluster which is unique in Europe and the home of Mobile Alley, technology hubs are being developed with the Centre for Embedded Intelligence.

carre Cergy-Pontoise, the administrative capital of the Val d'Oise, is home to a large number of renowned players in the f eld of embedded intelligence - including Johnson Controls, Valeo, Autoliv Electronics and Thales Training Simulation. These breathe life into a vibrant fabric of software development subcontractors. Embedded intelligence is also a f eld of excellence for the research teams at the higher edu-cation establishments in Cergy-Pontoise: the ENSEA (Higher National School of Electronics and Electrical Engineering), the EISTI (International School of Data Processing Sciences), the EPMI (School of Production and Industrial Methods), the ITIN (Higher School of Computer Science, Networks and Information Systems) and the University of Cergy-Pontoise.The achievement of Cergy-Pontoise in bringing together these different

entities led to the urban district being appointed as an «embedded intelligence site committee member» by the Mov'eo competitiveness cluster, in 2007. Alongside this initiative, a genuine telecoms cluster has been formed in the département centred around Sagem Wireless, set up in 2008. This brings together key players in this industry within less than 3sqkm. In addition to Sagem Wireless, this telecoms cluster includes the business of Myriad
Group AG - a leading European mobile phone software group, the result of the merger of Esmertec and Purple Labs - and INSIDE Contactless, the contactless expert founded in the cradle of the world-famous company Gemplus in Aix-en-Provence and destined to manufacture and sell chips by the million.

 

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«Taking the metro, buying your paper and getting a soft drink using your mobile are all possible today using NFC (Near Field Communication), or «contactless», technologies»
Richard Vacher Detournière, INSIDE Contactless.

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