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The results of the twelfth national competition for assistance in the creation of innovative businesses and technologies, launched at the end of 2009, have been announced. Valérie Pécresse, the French Minister for Higher Education and Research, met with the successful candidates last Wednesday for a day of information and guidance. The list of 2010 prize-winners features five businesses built on Inria’s research work.
- Project-team ARLES
- Project-team GRAAL
- Project-team RESO
- Project-team ADAM
- Project-team TRIO
Start-ups - Telecoms, Networks
Inria is proud to announce the creation of its 100th start up, LYaTiss.
Interview with Pascale Vicat-Blanc Primet, Senior Research Scientist at Inria, founding member and CEO of LYaTiss.
Transfert - Start-up
Christophe Morvan - a scientist with the Sumo research team at the INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique research centre - and his two partners are preparing to launch Open Agora, a startup that designs innovative computer-aided decision-making software.
On November 12, Axelle Lemaire, the Secretary of State for digital content announced that the French Tech label would be awarded to nine cities, including Lille. David Simplot-Ryl, Director of Inria Lille – Nord Europe, reflects on this announcement, which is a symbol of French digital vitality.
Today some French cities where Inria’s research centres are based have been awarded the “French Tech” label. Antoine Petit, Inria’s Chairman and CEO asserts the institute’s commitment to the dynamic development of French innovation.
The goal of Lybero.net, the brand new startup from Inria Nancy – Grand Est, is to make the implementation of corporate data encryption simpler and more accessible.
For twenty years, Inria has organized the "Inria-Industry Meetings," national topical events during which Inria presents its research and technology transfer offering to companies of a given sector, primarily for SMEs.
François Bancilhon is the chief executive of Data Publica, a start-up founded in 2011. He has already created five new businesses, including 02 Technology. A former lecturer at the Université d’Orsay, then a researcher at Inria, he is now a successful entrepreneur in both the USA and France. He tells us about his career, his experience in the USA, and the roller-coaster ride from computer science to the sale of a start-up and the thrills along the way.
Start-up - Medience
To celebrate 30 years of launching start-ups, Inria researcher-entrepreneurs are once again sharing their experiences. A company depends not only on its technology but also on the sale of a product designed and transformed by the customer relationship. The first user and those that follow test not only a technical invention; they help it progress and prepare it for the market and investors. They also serve as references for company owners and help them acquire legitimacy. In short, customers must be listened to, understood, accompanied and sometimes let go of so that other markets can be conquered. Testimonial.
Robocortex is the latest start-up to come out of Inria. It was created by Ezio Malis, a researcher turned entrepreneur, in response to the interest shown in his research results by industrial companies. His image analysis software, designed for robot vision, has many potential civilian and military applications, from reconnaissance drones to vacuum cleaners. We spoke with this innovator.