CEA Will Demonstrate Five Innovations for the E-mobility, Green Energy, Connected Health, Digital Camera and Agri-food Markets at CES 2019

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The Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), Europe’s most innovative research center (Clarivate Analytics 2017), today announces it will host booth #50653 at CEA Tech Village, during CES 2019, in Eureka Park, Sands Expo.

Hands-on Demos Open to Visitors at Eureka Park, Sands Expo, Booth #50653



This year, CEA will unveil its technology research branch’s latest innovative solutions for industry, with an eye to shaping a better and safer world. Five hands-on demos will show how CEA’s innovations can help bring industry and consumers a step closer to green mobility and energy, connected health, agri-food technologies and a smarter connected world.

Visitors will experience SIGMA CELLS, a lighter, greener, compact and fast-charging battery for e-mobility. In another green-technology demo, visitors will discover CEA’s MULTI-ENERGY STATION’s carbon-free energy management system for highway rest areas, which leverages and manages local green-energy sources, such as hydrogen, solar, batteries and heat networks.

Living in a hyper-connected world translates into an increased number of machine/machine and human/computer interactions. New electrical and electronics architectures are needed to simplify the integration of new features for self-driving cars and shorten manufacturers’ time-tomarket. CEA has designed FACE, a flexible, high-performance computing platform that is compatible with existing infrastructures while facilitating the integration of new services.

LOTUS technology makes human-computer interaction richer through an interactive touch surface that is both tactile and haptic. Coupled with a visual interface, it enables unparalleled tactile rendering of texture and relief thanks to a hyperlocalized feedback technology.

Introduced at CES Unveiled 2019, CEA’s PIXCURVE technology is a curved image sensor that makes optical systems lighter and more compact without compromising image quality. This world-first innovation potentially could revolutionize the digital camera market.


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