There are 85 Results with the keyword : "start-up"
Start-up - Mensia Technologies
Put simply, Mensia Technologies offers the possibility of controlling machines with through thought. This new start-up is focusing essentially on therapeutic applications, but is now offering other services and products, as its Technical Director, Yann Renard, explains.
- Software technology
- Yann Renard
- Functional rehabilitation
- Gestual interaction
- Mensia Technologies
- Human-computer interaction
Start-up - Cryptosense
A virtual hacker, much quicker, more persistent and more methodical than real-life ones: that is what Cryptosense is proposing for the security testing of data encryption systems. Once an aircraft manufacturer and a bank had expressed interest in the product, the adventure could begin in earnest. Graham Steel, the company's Chairman, tells us its story.
The start-up iQSpot, which was created in 2015 at the Inria-Bordeaux research centre and specialises in energy savings, has just raised 300,000 Euros in seed funding from IT-Translation.
VULOG, an Inria start-up created in 2006 by Georges Gallais and David Emsellem, is the European leader in car-sharing technologies. It has just raised 8.4 million euros from the Fonds Ecotechnologies and the Environmental Technologies Fund to develop a new generation of car-sharing on a world scale.
Can a machine listen to and enter into dialogue with a musician in real time when he is playing a piece of music? Arshia Cont, research director of an Inria/CNRS/Ircam team has taken up the challenge by created the start-up Antescofo, who use a software developed with the MuTant research team and which combines real musical instruments with electronic sound production devices.
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.
Carrying out maintenance operations on the labyrinthine and stratified information systems found in large corporations can often prove to be a headache. The start-up company, Synectique, has the capability of exploring this complex world, and can also provide made-to-measure diagnostics and repairs. One of the founders, Stéphane Ducasse, explains.
At 27 years old Xavier Duportet, the founder of Eligo Bioscience, was one of the 10 French innovators aged under 35 to be rewarded for their "revolutionary technologies" by the magazine MIT Technology Review in partnership with BNP Paribas and the Atelier BNP Paribas on Wednesday 15 April 2015.
On 8 July 2015, Eligo Bioscience received 2 million Euros of funding from Seventure.
The very first Startup Weekend dedicated to artificial intelligence in France took place from 4-6 November 2016. With 83 participants, 13 projects selected out of the 40 ideas presented and 10 committed mentors, this first edition was a great success.