The AISSPER consortium is made up of three recognized and completely complementary teams: ORKIS, LIA ( project promoter ), LIUM

ORKIS is a company created for over 20 years, ORKIS has forged a pioneering profile, since 1991, with the creation of a concept of “multimedia engine”. The innovations followed one another quickly with an increasingly broad resonance, by chaining the “Firsts”: (1) First range of photo library management software deployed at CNES, (2) first version compatible with the web, (3) first integrated suite for managing photo agencies. At the same time ORKIS multiplied the winning assets including a hosting platform dedicated to digital photos and videos (then high-performance media) then a turnkey outsourcing offer. Then, since 2012, ORKIS deals with the launch of next generation AJARIS FullWeb.

The LIA (Laboratoire d’informatique d’Avignon) is s a Reception Team (EA n ° 4128) which brings together the research professors of the University of Avignon and the Pays de Vaucluse (UAPV). The LIA is made up of around 75 people, including 65 teacher-researchers who work on three main research themes: Automatic Processing of Natural Language (whether written or oral), Research Operational and Networks. The LIA is part of the Laboratory of Excellence (Labex) Brain and Language Research Institute (BLRI) and participates in the Agorantic research federation.

The LIUM (Laboratoire d’Informatique de l’Université du Mans) was established about 30 years ago. It gathers most of researchers in computer science at Le Mans University and is located on two sites: the IC2 building in Le Mans and the IUT buildings in Laval. Since its creation, LIUM’s main research themes have been Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) and Language and Speech Technology (LST). LIUM has researchers cooperate actively with other French, European and international laboratories and also formed industrial partnerships with Airbus, Orange Lab, Voxolab, OpenClassrooms, Symmetric/SBT, 44screens.