Artelia Digital Solutions
7 Berthe Morisot Place
69800 Saint Priest – France
Tel: '33 (0)4 72 79 53 30

SIREN 328 195 607 – RCS Le Havre

Compatibility with web browsers

Website compatibility with major web browsers: in order to get a good reading of the site in terms of graphic design and dynamism, it is necessary to update the web browser used.

Internet Eplorer 9 and more (from Windows Vista and more)
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Google Chrome 24 and more
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Opera 12.1 and
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Apple Safari 5 and more
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Photo credits

The visuals or photographs presented on this site are protected by the Intellectual property and artistic code. They are owned by Artelia Digital Solutions or are subject to a specific authorization to use them.

Copyright and visual rights: ARTELIA.


The overall structure of the portal, as well as the texts, photos, images and possible sounds directly associated with the texts that present AUXeCAP and which make up the portal are the property of Artelia Digital Solutions. Under the law of March 11, 1957 (Article 41) and the Intellectual Property Code of July 1, 1992, any partial or total reproduction for collective use, by any process, is strictly prohibited without authorization from Artelia Digital Solutions. However, certain logos, visuals and brands present on this site are the property of their respective owners.

The Internet user acknowledges that the use of the site is governed by French law.

Hyperlinks and legal indications

Artelia Digital Solutions verifies and updates the information on its website regularly. Despite all the diligence involved in this process, the data may not be updated in real time. Artelia Digital Solutions does not take responsibility for updating and truthfully updating the information contained in the site at the time of its consultation with the Internet user.

This principle of non-responsibility for updating and truthful real-time information also applies to all web pages to which the website refers through a hyperlink.

Processing of personal data

The personal data collected on the site is the result of the voluntary communication of an email address when filing an e-mail message. The e-mail addresses collected in this way are only used to transmit the requested information (e.g. news letter). Artelia Digital Solutions keeps emails confidentially for up to 1 year. The e-mail addresses collected will not be transferred.

In accordance with Article 34 of the Computer and Freedoms Act No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, amended on 6 August 2004, the Internet user has the right to access, modify, correct and delete the data concerning him. On request, they can write to:

Artelia Digital Solutions
7 Berthe Morisot Place
69800 Saint Priest

The user is informed that during his visits to the site www.auxecap.fr, a cookie can be implanted in his computer. A cookie does not identify the user. In general, he records information about his computer's navigation on the site (the pages viewed, the date and time of the consultation) that can be read during his subsequent visits.

The user may object to the registration of cookies, or be notified before accepting cookies, by setting up his computer as follows:

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 and beyond:

  • Choose the Tools menu, then Internet Options (or Internet Options)
  • Click on the Privacy (or Confidentiality) tab
  • Select the desired level using the cursor or click the advanced button to customize cookie management.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5

  • Choose the Tools menu, then Internet Option (or Internet Options).
  • Click on the Security tab.
  • Select the Internet and then Customize the Level.
  • Find the cookies section and choose the right option.


  • Choose the Tools > Options menu
  • Click on Privacy
  • Cookies column


  • Choose the File > Preferences menu
  • Click Privacy

Google chrome

  • Click on the icon representing a wrench in the browser's toolbar.
  • Select Options (Preferences on Mac and Linux, Settings on a Chromebook).
  • Choose the Advanced Options tab.
  • Click on Content Settings in the Privacy section.
  • In the Content Settings dialog box, then click the Cookies tab.