14 digital deeptech startups have been set up at the Inria centre in Bordeaux since its creation in 2008. They cover various fields such as robotics, industry, health, energy and sustainable development.
Industry 4.0 and robotics
Luos is an operating system dedicated to embedded systems. It allows any component or function to be simplified and linked together as a single system image.
Touch Sensity is developing an innovative technology capable of making objects and materials sensitive to physical interactions in order to develop sensor systems or intelligent composite materials.
Since 2016, Pollen Robotics has been designing educational robots that make it possible to apprehend programming and artificial intelligence in a playful and interactive way.
Health & wellness
Nurea develops tools enabling radiologists and surgeons to facilitate and accelerate the analysis of medical images from scanners or MRI.
RebrAIn offers precise targeting technology for Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) to effectively identify areas of the brain to be treated for tremor diseases.
Ullo's mission is to propose new approaches to care in order to expand the range of tools available to healthcare personnel in the field of neurodegenerative diseases, or cognitive and neurodevelopmental disorders.
Energy and sustainable development
Created in 2015, iQspot works on the energy transition in the field of professional real estate by offering a solution for the automatic collection and real-time analysis of real estate energy consumption.
Atoptima develops tailor-made optimisation modules for the planning of operations and vehicle routes, thus significantly improving the performance of a system.
More startups to discover
The startups projects we support
FlitSport : created by Pierre Gilfriche, the Minpulse project has now become FlitSport. This micro-planning training tool provides high-intensity athletes with a digital coach that automatically adapts their training according to a goal as well as their training and heart rate monitoring data. This project is linked to the Potioc project team. At the end of 2020, the team recruited Aurélien Appriou, Fabien Lotte's doctoral student on his ERC.
Beat2Bits : this project is led by Guillaume Attuel, a former member of the Geostat project-team. The heart rhythm anomaly detection software created facilitates the early diagnosis of arrhythmias and chronic diseases that have remained asymptomatic (risk of sudden death, risk of stroke, diabetes, arterial hypertension, etc.) for doctors, based on consumer sensors (connected watches, smartphones, webcams, etc.).