The Orange Labs is a France Telecom group R&D division. The Orange Labs network has 18 locations on three continents: China, South Korea, United States, France, Japan, Poland and United Kingdom and recently Egypt and Jordan. Its presence in these research hotspots enables the group to keep at the forefront of technological advances and developments in uses around the world. The group is also committed to building up an “ecosystem” of first-rate laboratories and taking part in various joint programs on key areas, including network convergence, home services and the future of mobiles.
La technologie GSM, précurseur dans la mesure des émotions collectives en milieu urbain, nous éclaire sur les applications sociétales et commerciales rendues possibles par la géolocalisation des communications mobiles des générations actuelles et futures.
Through GSM mobile telephone technology and its ability to local people geographically, we can now attempt to measure collective emotions in urban environments. This opens the door to a host of new social and commercial applications for this generation and the next.
Antoine Bouët & David Laborde
Senior Research Fellow, GREThA-University of Bordeaux and International Food Policy Research Institute (Washington, DC) & Senior Research Fellow, International Food Policy Research Institute
Professor, Collège de France, PSL Research University, Chair of Experimental Cognitive Psychology