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Competition to aid the creation of innovative technology companies
Seven Inria projects have won awards at the i-LAB competition, organised by the French Ministry of Research (MENESR) and Bpifrance with the aim of identifying and supporting the creation of new French companies in the most innovative technological fields.
For the past year, the SME Idées-3Com has been working hand-in-hand with Inria on complex 3D modelling projects. Their work has been based at a joint research laboratory, where all avenues are explored. We look back at a fruitful collaboration.
Three projects stemming from Inria have won awards as part of the national i-LAB competition - backed by the French Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research (MENESR) and Bpifrance - whose aim is to identify and support French projects for the creation of innovative technology companies.
At the dawn of the age of the connected and cooperative vehicle, the issue of means of communication between different equipments is an urgent one. The start-up YoGoKo - twice prize-winner at the i-Lab competition - already has a promising "all-in-one" solution. Its CEO, Thierry Ernst, explains.
In the price comparison jungle, planning a trip can sometimes be difficult. With Aetheris, researcher Chedy Raïssi's goal is to help users to truly customise their journeys as simply as possible.
The bug, an attacker that can disrupt and even paralyse a computer system, is the computer-user’s nightmare. In order to offer clean and more robust applications, engineer Nicolas Petitprez has turned bug-hunting into an obsession.
- Nicolas Petitprez
- Martin Monperrus
- Technology transfer
- Software developments
Hugo Talbot’s ambition is to create digital tools that will help to simplify the training of future doctors. As leader of the Open Health Simulation (OHS) project that is part of the Mimesis team, this young researcher is currently working on the simulation of real-time cardiac electrophysiology.
Mediego was founded in April 2015 by Anne-Marie Kermarrec, a specialist in peer-to-peer systems and a Director of Research at Inria. This start-up company builds up a profile of individual web users in order to offer them products and services that match their tastes.