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Multitel - The Leader in European Research2005-12-20
Source: Athena

For its Communicating Europe Research (Cer 2005) conference which took place at the Heysel in Brussels, on 14-15 November 2005, the European Commission selected research laboratories among the most successful in Europe.

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Multitel - Pioneer in Physical Information Technology2005-12-05
Source: La Libre Belgique

Five researchers from Mons have been mobilized until the end of 2008. It is the largest project financed by Europe.

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About the European Research Project Called wearit@work2005-11-17
Source: Radio Vivacité.

Interview of Stéphane Deketelaere, Head of Speech and Signal Processing Department.

The worker of the future will be equipped with all kinds of sensors on him . . .
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A Growing Involvement in the European Research Area2005-10-30
Source: Radio Vivacité

Interviews of Marie-Dominique Simonet, Minister of Research, New Technologies and Foreign Relations, and Serge Boucher, Rector of the Faculté Polytechnique de Mons and President of Multitel.

These interviews were held during the press conference organised by Multitel on 27th October.


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The European Involvement of Multitel: An Asset for the Walloon Region2005-10-30
Source: Télé Mons Borinage
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Multitel: Scientific Innovation at the Service of Companies2005-09-26
Source: newspaper "La Libre Belgique"

Stemming from a European initiative and supported by the Walloon Region, the Research Centre Multitel was founded in 1995, by the Department of Electromagnetism, Circuit Theory and Speech Processing of the "Faculté Polytechnique de Mons", and joined in 2000 by the Laboratory of Telecommunications and Teledetection of the "Université catholique de Louvain".

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Citia: Animation in New Technologies2005-06-10

Source: newspaper "l'ECO des Pays de Savoie"

This week in Annecy, the festival and the market are rising from the ranks in the world of animated image, but they also offer the opportunity to an important number of actors, involved in research and industry, to test and prepare the new technologies of tomorrow.

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A Computerized Look2005-05-17

Source: TV programme "Le Hainaut: un nouveau regard" on Télé-MB

Troubles such as the loss of medical files between hospital networks should be resolved by Multitel...

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Multitel - An Active Mediator Between Universities and Companies2005-05-12

Source: Le Moci n°1701-1702

Multitel is a Research Centre stemming from the "Faculté Polytechnique de Mons", ...

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The Pole of Excellence of Multitel is Reorganising Its Operations2005-04-22

Source: newspaper L'Echo

In the spring 2006, the Research Centre Multitel will have a new important settlement (2500 m²) on the Parc Initialis in Mons.  It is a 3-million euros investment supported by Multitel for a quarter of the required budget and funded by the European Commission and the Walloon Region for the rest of it.

This new building will allow to host 160 researchers at a cruising speed.  Currently, Multitel employs 80 people, among whom 65 scientists.

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Multitel Thinks Big in Initialis2005-04-18

Source: newspaper "Le Soir"

Since its creation in 1995, thanks to Objective 1 funding, the Multitel Research Centre -- specialized in signal processing, real time speech technologies and videosurveillance, optical fibre applications and networking management -- has been increasing its activities. More than 150 Walloon and European companies -- some of them having international dimensions -- called on its expertise in terms of pconsulting, training or prototype development. Multitel, initiated by the  union between the department of electromagnetism and telecommunications, and the department of circuit theory and signal processing of the "Faculté Polytechnique de Mons", is at the origin of five spin-offs.

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Multitel Is Going To Last2005-04-14

Source: newspaper "La Dernière Heure"

The laying of the first stone of the new building was performed on Tuesday afternoon.

Those who one day decided to count on research by creating the Pole of Excellence Multitel, can be proud of what they reasonably created. While numerous projects financed by Europe and the Walloon Region are using millions of euros, they are still taking long to justify the trust accorded to them, or even worse, they have already gone bankrupt, Multitel shows the opposite example. [...]

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Multitel at Secura 2005: stand H12-A212005-04-12

Source: Top Security Magazine

Smile, you are being filmed!

It is rather reassuring to know that a benevolent eye looks after our security. That is what the Research Centre Multitel in Mons, is trying to do by developing high-tech software and hardware prototypes in intelligent video surveillance. [...]

 

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The Right Information at the Right Moment2005-03-24

Source: newspaper "La Dernière Heure"

Multitel has developed an intelligent video surveillance system.

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Multitel Approuved ISO 90012005-03-11

Source: Photonics

Multitel, a Belgian Research Centre including an optical and telecommunications department, received a BVQI collaborator, who came to audit the quality approach established by Frédéric Donval for some years now. The working methods and the "quality correspondants" of each department convinced the BVQI easily.

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Science and Technologies2005-01-20

Source: TV programme "Hi-Tech" on EuroNews

More and more surveillance cameras are sweeping the roads, towns, train stations, etc.

Remark: To watch the report, use RealPlayer.

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A Walloon Spin-off: Smartwear Goes For Intelligent Clothes2005-01-18

Source: Textile Magazine

To locate a lost hiker, to spot a speleologist in distress, to follow the evolutions of a fireman in intervention, to find a lost child in a crowd of vacationers, to track luggage in transit at an airport, all those applications and many others do not sound like utopia to designers in intelligent clothes and textile accessories.

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Multitel, Crif and Cewac: One for All, and All for One2005-01-01

Source: Athena magazine

The three musketeers, i.e. the Cewac, the Crif and Multitel decided to create an Economic Interest Grouping (EIG) in order to meet the market demand in the field of new technologies. It intends to offer an integrated solution corresponding to the need of industrials thanks to the reputation and the complementary specific abilities of the three associated centres. The EIG CCM particularly highlights the expertise of its members in traceability and anti-smuggling struggle, which are two disciplines expanding rapidly.

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