In 2018 and 2019, Artelys supported the European Metropolis of Lille (MEL) in the development of an energy planning study, aiming to strengthen the knowledge of the current energy situation of the territory, and to build a shared vision and a roadmap common to all actors.
This study made a major contribution to the Climate Air Energy Territory Plan (PCAET) accepted by the metropolis in December 2019, which further confirms its commitment to fight against global warming.
The use of advanced modelling tools such as Artelys Crystal City enables the metropolis to assess the impacts of different energy policies (energy renovation of buildings, energy efficiency, etc.) and adapt the territory’s strategy in a dynamic way.
— In association with the French Energy Poverty Observatory (ONPE), Artelys has developed GEODIP, a tool including various cartographic representations of energy poverty in France. GEODIP is already available free of charge for local stakeholders.
The MIT Biomimetic Robotics Lab uses Artelys Knitro to achieve High speed landing of quadruped robots
— There are various and fascinating projects adopting Artelys Knitro. Recently, the MIT Biomimetic Robotics Lab used our nonlinear solver on quadruped robots. Artelys Knitro has been found to be the only non-linear solver capable of performing fast enough to be deployed onboard their robot for a real-time Optimal Landing Control.
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