Centre National de la Fonction Publique Territoriale — FOAD Portal Model
Designing the model of the future portal of "Formation Ouverte et à Distance" from CNFPT.
Walloon parliament — Docbow
The DOCumentation BOx Wallonne is a secured date-stamped exchange platform for file sending and sharing. Hybrid system between email and electronic document management (EDM), adapted to parliament work.
Easi-Wal — ATLAS glossary
Easi-Wal — Rules engine
Designing a "rules engine". Tool that enables an easy access to the region bonuses (works, energy, housing, transportation, employment...) for citizens by asking them briefly their need and situation and offering them the appropriate bonuses.
Parlement de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles et Parlement Francophone Bruxellois — TabelliO³
Liberation of the workflow software used by two Belgian parliaments (the PFWB and the PFB) is one of the most important markets about free software development in Belgium. In this setting, we have designed an OpenOffice.org extension to modify this editor into an XML editor that supports the .legi format, particular to the two bodies.
Société Francophone du Diabète — Web and Intranet Site Designing
Designing of the web and intranet site of the Société Francophone du Diabète, using Drupal and GroupOffice.
Easi-Wal — Kenovel
RSS and Atom aggregator. This is a platform centralizing all interesting news feeds for the Walloon administrations and allowing the users to create their customised feeds from those.
Université Paris Dauphine — Housing Application
We developped for the Paris Dauphine University a housing application allowing flat owners to propose them to students looking for an accomodation. The application is written with the Django framework and relies on Postgresql, using its GIS capabilities.
Parlement de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles — Document Management System
Project is about Plone and SolR based electronic document management on one hand, and about a secured exchanges platform, half webmail, half document sharing, on the other hand.
Veadista Consortium — Veadista - Remote monitoring and smart alert
VEADISTA project targets remote monitoring of frail persons. This monitoring includes the plotting of vital signs, their analysis and generating alerts. The public concerned is elderly people and people to be monitored in the context of home care. Sensors are integrated in a unique device to be applied on the skin like a peel-and-stick patch. Sensors are printed on a flexible substrate and combined with a battery-less RFID transponder. The acceptability of the patient is higher for such a device with a small volume (reduces size, no wire…). RFID readers communicate with a central device (like a set-top box). This one processes the data analysis and manages in-situ diagnosis in order to determine if the person is in an emergency of a dangerous situation. (Cardiovascular disease, sudden rise of temperature, etc.) An alert report is generated if necessary. The report is automatically sent through a secure communication channel towards an entity in charge of collecting alerts. The operator that handles the alert can access to the report, including conditions that have motivated the alert and the vital signs values. Patient treatment can be followed up by generation of periodic reports or on demand. The patient authentication allows the operator as soon as the alert is received to inform the rescue services while providing the patient identity. With the signed report the rescue services can justify an emergency situation. The patient authentication relies on a strong authentication peripheral belonging to individual persons and connected to the central system. The peripheral embeds cryptographic keys and is able to process signatures from a Near Field Communication. During home visits, physicians can consult those reports and vital signs. They are authorized to access them after being authenticated by the strong authentication peripheral using the French e-health Professional Cards (CPS).