Innovation - World in Progress - What will the skies of tomorrow look like? That's the question posed by the development of the unmanned aircraft known as drones. For some years now, their use has no longer been reserved solely for security and military purposes, and the burgeoning civil market is opening up many opportunities.
Technology-driven innovation - «World in Progress»: robots are gradually becoming part of our daily lives through the central role they play in the latest technology-driven innovations. Whether android or domestic, find out more about how robots are changing our environment and the way we behave.
For the first time ever, Sébastien Rogues, the young French skipper of the Class 40 GDF SUEZ, will compete on a 'flying' multihull in the GREAT CUP off Marseille. It's a completely new experience and new challenge for this serial thrill-seeker.
Rennes, Saint-Malo, Perros-Guirec and Ploufragan... Brittany is one of the regions of France where GDF SUEZ has a particularly strong presence. As a leading contributor to the energy transition, the Group is adding value to the resources of this region as part of developing its renewable energy sources.
Tomorrow's energy sources - Finding tomorrow's energy by taking inspiration from nature herself, that's the challenge taken up by researchers Professor Ally Aukauloo and Professor Pierre Millet at the Institut de Chimie Moléculaire et des Matériaux d’Orsay (ICMMO). Their work explores the possibilities offered by hydrogen photosynthesis.
To celebrate the seventieth anniversary of the Liberation of Paris, the city authority worked with the teams of ETC - a Cofely Ineo (GDF SUEZ Group) company –, the agency Auditoire and Skertzò to bring this historic event to life in sound and light.
As technical partner of the Belgian Punch Powertrain Solar Team, consisting of Engineering students of the University of Leuven, Laborelec took care of the safety and the performance of the Indupol One solar car.
City's innovations : Journalist Jérôme Bonaldi presents Cit’Ease, the optimized management solution for tomorrow's cities and connected regions.
Expert opinion : Essec professor and founder of the Institute for Strategic Innovation & Services Hervé Mathe explains why it is important to introduce a culture of innovation into companies to succeed in the challenges of tomorrow.
Journalist Jérôme Bonaldi presents the Gaya project and discusses the development of second-generation (2G) biomethane.