Atos, Dassault Systemes, Orange, Renault Group, STMicroelectronics and Thales launched the Software Republique Incubator on March 8th.
The incubator provides startups with resources from six member companies, as well as a customized support program.
The first group of startups includes Wattpark, Geoflex and Vianova, both the first winners of the Mobility 4.0 challenge, as well as Angoka and Parcoor.
This incubator has a dual purpose: to accelerate the projects of selected startups and to strengthen the six-member open innovation around three topics: energy, new mobility services and related vehicles.
During the incubation period of 6 to 18 months, startups are expected to build a project with at least two members of Software Republique. In return, members provide startups with their resources as well as support.
The customized program is divided into five directions:
Access to 15,000 experts: Six members of Software République provide technical expertise, specialized resources, testing capabilities and data assets, depending on projects and needs;
Choice Hosting: Members provide startup hosting at ten locations based on technical sites or target markets (in eight countries);
Demand Training: Leadership in Market and Competitive Analysis, Finance, Business Plans, Human Resources, Presentations and Presentations, UX / UI (Customer Experience / User Interface), Needs Based, and in partnership with Village CA;
Independent Legal Adviser: Supporting a partner law firm in legal and fiscal matters;
Privileged access to the Software République ecosystem.
Startups and their projects are:
Angoka protects communications for smart cities and mobility. Its hardware-based solutions protect critical machine-to-machine (M2M) communication integrity and data generation, creating reliable connections regardless of network.
Geoflex is a service operator that enhances GPS / GNSS applications to achieve secure and accurate positioning up to four centimeters on land, sea and air. Geoflex provides universal hyper-geolocation for trains, cars, ships, drones and smartphones, as well as last mile delivery to smart cities.
Parcoor develops innovative built-in threat detection solutions that are deployed directly on devices. Solutions are based on a new approach that integrates system-based data that is monitored in real time and the latest, lightweight, fast, and explanatory machine learning algorithms. This ensures built-in cyber security and autonomous, real-time detection of potential threats.
Vianova is developing a road safety algorithm that will benefit both cities and drivers to detect and receive real-time information on dangerous road accidents or high-risk accidents in certain areas.
Wattpark is “Charger Airbnb ©”. This allows charging station owners to share and rent them. It helps drivers identify the charging station, contact it and pay easily, thus making the experience of driving an electric or plug-in hybrid vehicle stress-free.
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