Software development is, for us, the occasion to implement the concepts elaborated in our research activity. It can be the occasion of technological transfer, but we want to be able to use for research purpose any effort we invest in software. To that extent, we implement in an open, and if possible standard, framework. Conversely, we are very happy that other can take advantage of our results and tools, be it for research or extension purposes.
We develop and maintain (even beyond the Exmo lifetime) a few pieces of software:
Some other pieces of software are in an unmaintained state, although usually still working as expected: