The University of Southern Brittany is located in Lorient and Vannes, it has 10000 students and 500 teacher-researchers in 14 laboratories including 6 supported by the CNRS.
Lab-STICC "From sensors to knowledge: communicate and decide" :
The Lab-STICC is the Laboratory of Sciences and Techniques Information, Communication and Knowledge. It is located in the cities of Brest, Quimper, Lorient and Vannes, and is implanted within several schools and universities, including the University of Southern Brittany.
UBS will participate in the project through two of its research teams from UMR 6285 Lab-STICC based at the Lorient site: the SHAKER team (Software / HArdware and unKnown Environment inteRactions) and the FHOOX team (Human Factors, Organizational and autOmatic factors in complex systems).
This work is carried out in several application areas: transportation systems (maritime, automotive, air), production systems (Factory of the Future, Smart Grid, Fishing), security systems and crisis management (SDIS56, 29 and 35, Industrial Cybersecurity Center).
UBS presents two main contributions to the Seanatic project: Embedded Intelligence, and Human-System Interfaces (HSI).
Prediction of maintenance operations
The first objective of the Seanatic project is to provide a maintenance assistance tool to anticipate functional breakdowns and improve the logistics of intervention phases.
The implementation of predictive maintenance will take advantage of automatic learning tools and environments made accessible by the development of artificial intelligence but with the particularity of aiming at parsimonious approaches.
Optimization of data transfers between ship and shore
In the framework of predictive maintenance, one of the objectives is to optimize the transfer of useful data between the ship and the cloud, through the design and deployment of an onboard component (Smart Antenna Box) and its interface on land (Smart Antenna Hub) whose main functions will be an adaptability to the quality and presence of communication links (SATCOM and terrestrial) and to the types of data (real-time or non-real-time transmission needs).
Design of a Human-System Interface (HSI) for data retrieval.
Within the framework of the Seanatic project, one of the objectives is to develop and deploy a Human-System Interface (HSI) that will be :