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Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie de Paris CCIP (ESIEE)
Responsible Person: Thierry Simonnet
Role/Responsibilities: Leader of T.3.3 : Overall framework architecture specification; Resp. over deliverables of T.3.2 : Sub-systems level functional & interfaces; Contributor of WP3.

A center for higher education in science and technology operated by the Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie de Paris (CCIP) under the supervision of the French Ministry of Industry, ESIEE-Paris provides engineering education in electronics, computer science, telecommunications, and control systems. It comprises two engineering schools, the five-year Ecole Supérieure d’Ingénieurs en Electronique et Electrotechnique (ESIEE) and continuing education, doctoral, and research programs. ESIEE offers also post graduate programs (one-year) in Digital Media Engineering, Technological Innovation and Project Management, Business Intelligence, Technology Monitoring and Microelectronics System Design and Technology. Since 1998, ESIEE-Paris has shared its facilities with ESIEE-Management, also operated by the CCIP.
ESIEE-Paris has still developed a Telemedicine Collaborative platform in the context of the homecare telesurveillance through different projects ACI-Mediville and RNTS-TelePat with the cooperation of SAMU-Garches. In CompanionAble it will provide and adapt its existing platform to be interfaced, for data exchange, with both the CompanionRobot and the smart home environment.

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The CompanionAble project is co-funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme

(Grant Agreement Number 216487).

Start Date: 1st January 2008
Duration: 48 Month

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