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The Lorraine Fab Living Lab® (LF2L®) is a research platform of the ERPI Laboratory dedicated to the prospective assessment of innovative usages. It supports the creation and achievement of results through an established process based on the usage paradigm bringing together in the same space complementary advanced tools. The originality of the LF2L® is to be able to welcome, support and associate different communities (citizen users, entrepreneurs, researchers, etc.) using a conceptual framework of LF2L taking into consideration the 2D (concept), 3D (object), 4D (evolution scenarios) approaches involving the different type of stakeholders in order to have a foresight usage evaluation of a new concept, technology or project. This approach is useful to accelerate the deployment of industrial or urban demonstrators.

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Signing of a charter of intent on the creation of a chair with the City of Nancy

November 23, 2018

Le lundi 19 novembre 2018, l’Equipe de Recherche sur les Processus Innovatifs et l’ENSGSI ont eu le plaisir d’accueillir au Lorraine Fab Living Lab, Laurent HENART, Maire de la Ville de Nancy accompagné de Romain PIERRONNET, Adjoint à l’éducation, écoles et ville numérique dans le cadre de la signature d’une charte d’intention sur la création d’une chaire sur la créativité collaborative Innovation territoriale. Gouvernance et innovation collaborative pour une ville créative

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Workshop GID Route (Gestion Innovante des dépendances routières)

November 14, 2018

The impact evaluation on the territory of roadside management was the theme of the Workshop held on October 31 on the Lorraine Fab Living Lab® (LF2L) platform.

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The LF2L and le Laboratoire d’archéologie des métaux

November 10, 2018

The LF2L team, made a 3D digital copy of a rifle to reconstruct one of its parts. After scanning and processing of the images, the rifle was manufactured by 3D printing (FDM technology at LF2L). The printed object was then painted to give a similar appearance to the statue original

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