The Inria Nancy - Grand Est centre supports scientists and engineers in the creation of start-ups in various fields such as marketing, 3D simulation and computer security.
Discover our startups and projects
Turning a profit on the cryptocurrency market using bots or virtual traders may be nothing new, but the method developed by myrill.io certainly is. Based at Inria Startup Studio, this young company has its sights set on delivering technology that is a cut above their competitors. What sets it apart is the use of artificial intelligence algorithms, most notably reinforcement learning.
Since January, a new start-up named Cybi has emerged from the Incubateur Lorrain. It is the result of a long term work carried out by a team of researchers and engineers from Inria and Loria. Cybi provides to companies an automated decision-support tool that will strengthen their cybersecurity and enable them to anticipate cyberattacks.
Its GeO2 geological meshing technology enables very high-precision 3D simulations to be carried out and optimised in the subsoil. It opens up new prospects for three types of industry: geothermal energy, geological storage and oil and gas.
Based on the new possibilities offered by VTHD, the "really high speed broadband" in the early 2000s, the startup began by experimenting with remote image animation. In 2015, it continued its momentum with the creation of Gamestream, now a key player in the world of cloud gaming, video games on demand.
As a logic and optimisation engine, Enginest helps its customers to manage and optimise their resources. It develops and markets generic tools such as programming languages and applications for managing transport, logistics, production and scheduling.
Real-time at work
In response to the increasing complexity of embedded communication systems, RealTime-at-Work offers the RTaW-Pegase®, solution; support software for designing vehicles or aircraft, which customers (OEM and integrators) appreciate for its efficiency. Founded fifteen years ago by an INRIA researcher and internationally-renowned in this niche market, the start-up is branching out. After the automotive and aerospace sectors, it is moving into industry 4.0!
Making drones smarter, safer and giving them new functionalities: this is Alerion's know-how. Founded in 2015, the Nancy-based startup develops innovative software and hardware solutions that meet the needs of companies and manufacturers.
Its digital solutions are of interest to the medical, chemical, food, cosmetic and defence industries. It bases its development on that of its flagship tool: a platform for characterising and predicting the safety of chemical compounds from various sources.
Having been incubated at Inria Startup Studio, Naimrod is set to be released onto the learning market in 2022. This is a booming sector worth more than five billion euros a year, and one in which this start-up is aiming to make a name for itself. Naimrod is arriving on the scene with a method, an algorithm and technology developed on the Nancy campus.
Lybero offers companies innovative solutions to secure their data: encrypted file sharing software, collaborative digital secret escrow and SDK to protect all web applications with native encryption.
Founded in 2002, the startup Diatelic has developed a telemedicine and artificial intelligence solution for remote medical monitoring and diagnostic assistance. In 2012, it became part of the Pharmagest group, a major player in digital health in Eastern France.
This startup specialises in the creation and visualisation of real-time 3D models of architecture, urban development and decision support tools. It uses a technology inherited from flight simulators, which facilitates the understanding of volumes and proves to be an aid to decision-making, consultation and communication.
It offers various solutions based on behavioural analysis and predictive marketing. Thanks to its solutions, each visitor benefits from a personalised omnichannel experience in real time. By combining its webmarketing skills with its scientific reputation in artificial intelligence, Sailendra's algorithms can be adapted to all types of sites, from e-commerce to e-health, via banking and insurance.
The Transfer, Innovation and Partnerships Department promotes collaboration between project teams and companies, as well as their participation in national or European collaborative programmes. It also supports technology transfer projects based on research results.
For more info, contact :
- Philippe Schaeffer, In charge of Transfert, Innovation and Partnership
- Emmanuel Gothie , in charge of partnerships and innovative projects
- Monica Le Bezvoet, in charge of partnerships and innovative projects for startups