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Thanks to the dedication of the Hauts-de-France Regional Council, the Métropole Européenne de Lille, ans the financial support of European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Inria Lille - Nord Europe Research Center is getting ready to test out a new technology transfer platform, called InriaTech. As of mid-2015, around ten engineers will be on call to develop the transfer of research to local innovating SMEs. David Simplot-Ryl, Director of the Inria Lille - Nord Europe Research Center, explains all.
The idea is less than one year old. And yet, Regained has already raised nearly €400,000 with the SIDE Capital fund. The purpose of this start-up is simple: help users who want to sort large quantities of photos save time.
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The EIT Digital Innovation Activity 'ki elements' showcases its first prototype called DELTA in Nice at the Institut Claude Pompidou on Innovation Alzheimer Open Day. Inria is a main partner.
The start-up Hikob, created in 2011 at Inria, has been bought by TagMaster, the leading manufacturer of advanced RFID products and traffic sensors and of ANPR cameras for vehicle identification in traffic and rail solutions.
Created in 2016, the start-up Kayrrosspecialises in the energy sector and quantitative information. Going from 5 to eighty employees in two years, it offers innovative software solutions for the real-time measurement of oil stocks worldwide.
Meeting with Alexandre d'Aspremont, CNRS researcher in optimisation and machine learning in the Sierra team (at the computer science department of the École normale supérieure, ENS Paris/Inria/CNRS) and co-founder of the start-up.
ActiveEon joins the Microsoft AI Factory program
The start-up ActiveEon, which is an open source solution provider for distributed and parallel computing to accelerate applications and virtualization, is among the 2019 promotion of companies entering the "Microsoft AI Factory" program, Microsoft's incubator at Station F
For its 5th edition, SIDO, a cornerstone event in the world of IoT, is aiming to break down the barriers between different disciplines, combining the IoT, AI & robotics. Inria will present fourteen demos on 10th and 11th April in Lyon, including 5 start-ups, demonstrating the way in which these new companies are able to boost the economic impact of ambitious research projects.
One of the preferred methods of technology transfer is the creation of start-ups marketing technologies derived from results research. Since 1987, the Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée research centre has started up about 20 technology companies.