Impulse Partners was at VivaTech with Total Energies to host the Plant 4.0 startup innovation program selection committee.
7 startups presented their solutions, related to the decarbonization of industry: Jellybot (chatbot for industry 4.0), iStaging (metaverse platform for virtual experiences), Innoactive (virtual reality training), Dametis (collaborative platform for energy and water management), Actronika (haptic technologies for user experience), GoodFloow (tracking and management of reusable industrial packaging) and InfiniteFoundry (digital twin for industrial production efficiency).
The partners of the innovation platform, Air Liquide, Orano, Solvay, Eiffage and Saint-Gobain, were present to discover the innovative solutions presented, exchange with the entrepreneurs and decide whether or not to integrate the startups into the platform’s ecosystem. In addition to the partners, many visitors were interested in the pitch session, which was open to the public.
The final results of the selection committee will be announced soon! To find out more about the Plant 4.0 startup innovation program, click here!
Impulse Partners operates the low-carbon and climate innovation platform SEKOYA for Eiffage and its partners: CEEBIOS, Covivio, CSTB, Gerflor, Legrand, Lited, Rexel, SMABTP, Union sociale pour l’habitat and Vicat.
The 4th call for solutions on the theme of the adaptation of infrastructure and building to their territory ended on June 22 with 7 startups coming to present their solution, in Paris, in front of an audience of 80 people and a jury composed of SEKOYA partners’ representatives, including the CEO of Eiffage.
Despite the very close scores, two solutions stood out to the jury: F-Reg and UpFactor. These two startups focus on the responses to climatic hazards such as flooding, and discussed increasing the height of buildings to limit the artificialization of land.
Impulse Partners supported the organization of a joint call for projects by Cerema and SHOM (Naval Hydrographic and Oceanographic Service) on the theme of “Innovation: maritime traffic from sea to port”.
On June 14, 9 innovative companies presented their solution to the jury members composed of representatives from Cerema, SHOM, the Ecole Nationale Supérieure Maritime, GICAN, the Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique, the Pôle Mer Méditerranée, the Port Atlantique La Rochelle, Sorbonne Université, the Grand Port Maritime de Marseille, Bpifrance and Impulse Partners.
4 winners stood out and will be able to benefit from a support of Cerema and SHOM: SEA PROVEN, Zelin, UAVIA and AMPHITRITE.
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