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Leti has developed technologies that enable creation of "smart" factories and warehouses, which are safer, more competitive and more secure: an industrial revolution fueled by the Internet of Things is in motion.


Published on 25 February 2017

Leti: innovating for industry's future

Leti has developed technologies that enable creation of "smart" factories and warehouses, which are safer, more competitive and more secure: an industrial revolution fueled by the Internet of Things is in motion.

New communicating sensors now offer real-time control over production and logistics, resulting in value creation, better use of resources, improved quality, optimized maintenance and greater employee safety.

Leti develops innovative sensors that are integrated as closely as possible with production tools, products and workers: image sensors, movement sensors, pressure sensors, biological sensors, chemical sensors, magnetic sensors, etc.

By combining data from several sensors, Leti is able to collect information that can be used to monitor processes and movements, measure deformations in infrastructures, and locate objects and people within buildings.

Leti's designs incorporate low-energy architectures and energy recovery technologies that increase sensor autonomy It develops communication systems adapted to their applications and environmental constraints: wireless sensor networks, RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) in rugged environments, radio propagation studies and even Li-Fi.

Securing data and digital infrastructures is essential to tech companies and their clients. A comprehensive systemic approach including secure architectures and protocols as well as advanced cryptography is crucial.