Robotics / Automation

The primary aim of automation is to develop and improve tools for analysis, diagnostics, and the control of dynamic systems.

The current rapid development of transport, matter, energy, and information networks tends to  produce heterogeneous interconnected, and therefore more and more complex, systems. Moreover, these systems are now very often embedded, thanks mainly to the increase in capacity for information processing and energy management. Finally, these systems must be subject to security and safety restrictions.

These challenges lie are at the heart of the LSI Carnot Institute’s research strategy