A French won the prestigious REIA Robotics Award 2014

Discovery-GEThis is the Breton BA Systems which won the 2014 Award of the REIA (IEEE Robotics and Automation Society). A prestigious title that has distinguished i-Robot, Kuka, Universal Robots and Daimler past, and another French, Aldebaran Robotics for the NAO in 2011.
The jury praised the work of the French in the area of ​​health. BA Systems has developed an AGV (Automated Guided Vehicle) specialized for X-ray imaging.

A project of robotic imaging system with GE Healthcare rewarded


Guy Caverot, Director of Innovation at BA Systems receives REIA Award at the China International Robot Show (CIROS) Shanghai.

This is a project that GE Healthcare is to project BA Systèmes this international distinction in the field of robotics. The French developed for specialist medical imaging AGV, mobile robotic platform. This guided millimeter laser, is positioned above the patient to take X-ray photographs. The more flexible than traditional devices, usually attached to the floor or ceiling of the examination room system wants. GE Healthcare markets the mobile device in its imaging Discovery IGS 730. This system is one of the key elements of his vision of the hybrid operating room of the American.

An “Open Innovation” strategy implemented by BA Systems with Industrial

BA Systèmes collabore notamment avec Bouygues dans le cadre du projet Stamina.

BA Systems collaborates with Bouygues under the Stamina project.

For BA Systems, used to sell robotic industrial trucks with this Award recognizes successful diversification. As highlighted in the official statement, this is the result of an Open Innovation approach leads specialist from manufacturers such as GE Healthcare also Bouygues, PSA Peugeot Citroen or Airbus.

Sources :
“BA SYSTEMES reçoit l’IERA AWARD 2014 pour ses innovations en robotique industrielle”, BA Systèmes Press Release, July 23 2014
“Mobile X-Ray Machine Wins the Tenth Anniversary IEEE/IFR IERA Award”, IFR Press Release, July 8 2014
“GE Healthcare à la pointe de l’imagerie médicale”, L’Usine Nouvelle, March 15 2012
“IRIMI : un mariage étonnant entre imagerie médicale et robotique mobile”, Images&Réseaux, february 23 2012

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