2016 : H20 project website ready

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La Ciotat, October 2016


The project H2O aims at improving the eGo project by adding a set of new functionalities such as:


  • System in Package evalution for proposing a fast seed phase and address the mass production concerns
  • A mature full remote personalization of the whole platform including the embedded secure element.
  • The online verification of applets for the embedded secure element
  • a set of new peripherals (ie. sensors and actuators)

2015: eGo Follow-up

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La Ciotat, November 2015.


The H20 project aims at being the eGo project and will address additional topics such as:

  • The full and secure remote personalization of the eGo device after and before the issuance of the device.
  • The design of an online certification server for the Common Criteria certification of the applications
  • The fusion sensors of the UWB and the IMU 9D (Inertial Motion Unit) interfaces
  • The integration of an ultra low power graphical display supporting SVG
  • A SDK for the platform and its embedded secure element
  • The integration of a BLE interface supporting a dedicated profile
  • A reference design hardware and software

The H20 project is a 3 years CATRENE project started in Dec 2014.


eGo won the Cartes 2010 IT Security Sesame Award

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The eGoTM application won the 2010 IT Security SESAME Award
Paris December 7th, 2010

We are pleased to inform you that the eGoTM application has received the SESAME Awards 2010!


2014 : eGo Project : Next steps!

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La Ciotat April 14th, 2014,





The eGo project is ended since December 2013. The eGo technology has been successfully demonstrated and two reference designs (hardware and software) have been completed. 

The eGo devices has reached a significant level of performances as:


  • 1 month of autonomy (25 µA active sniffing mode)
  • 150 ms transaction time capability for supporting highly constrained use cases (e.g. door opening)
  • Mass production UWB technology integration able to support high accuracy RTLS performances (+/- 10 cms)
  • 9D IMU integration (gesture recognition, fall-free detections, UWB and IMU fusion sensors)
  • Integrable in a watch (5 mm thickness) in a volume (battery included) of 3000 mm3
  • Privacy by design support (e.g. anonymous, authentic and non traceable transactions)
  • Water-resistant (no connector, no button, no holes)
  • WPC support
  • Fingerprint sensor support
  • Ultra thin and ultra low power Graphical display support


The next steps for this technology will be at three levels:


  1. Improving the facilities at the server level for easing the management of the applications and their secure synchronization between all eGo wearable devices owned by the user.
  2. Improving and adding new sensors for addressing eHealth environnements.
  3. Dissimenation of the technology with partners and standardization of the air/air interfaces.


The two first points will be addressed in a new Catrene project expected by early 2015 and involving new partners who will contribute on :

  • The online automated certification of the applications (certification by composition)
  • Identity management


Some videos are available on the section related to the eGo partners demonstrating the capability of the eGo technology.






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