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NaoX Technologies designs, produces and markets the world's smallest EEG. The product comes in the form of earbuds that work like headphones. The device is linked to a software for data analysis and monitoring.

 

NaoX is based on the research of Professor Le Van Quyen and designs its own algorithms with major French research laboratories. 

 

The solution is based on 3 products: NaoX Eval (the sensor), the software ‘NaoX detect’ for the detection of EEG anomalies, and the NaoX Prevent software for preventive medicine.

 

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I-Virtual has developed the CADUCY solution, a contactless system for measuring vital parameters using a simple webcam.

The product allows to measure heart rate, respiratory rate, SpO2 (Oxygen saturation rate) and blood pressure. It also provides an indicator of stress level and cardiac variability.

CADUCY is available as a Smartphone application but also as an API that can be integrated into software, teleconsultation or telemonitoring for example.

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Founded in late 2017, the start-up Gleamer develops Artificial Intelligence software for radiologists.

These tools are able to provide automated diagnosis of medical images and generate a detailed report. Their solution, BoneView, allows the detection of fractures through deep learning for traumatology.

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Founded in 2016, Sancare is a start-up company specialising in Machine Learning applied to hospital data.

Thanks to Sancare tools, hospitals and clinics can automate and optimize the invoicing process for patient stays with the Health Insurance.

Sancare allows hospitals to reduce their costs on administrative tasks and increase their income by invoicing their activity in a more exhaustive way.

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Founded in 2015, Sym is challenging the traditional industry with an innovative system of "clipping" standardized lenses onto interchangeable frames. This is a radical innovation in operations.

Sym rethinks the classic buying experience by offering its models Online (Cdiscount) or Offline via the supermarket or pharmacy. The objective is to accelerate the process of obtaining eyeglasses by the customer while offering a very competitive price-quality ratio.

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Founded in 2015, Lifen is building a secured messaging platform streamlining communication between any practitioner and any hospital.

Thanks to Lifen, doctors can seamlessly share medical reports with peers or hospitals through the app. Their technology automatically extracts the data from raw medical documents and selects the appropriate communication channel (in-app, letter, email) to send the document. 

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Drugs conceived by genomics, for precision oncology.

The exponential advances in genotyping and sequencing technologies have enabled many cancer patients to benefit from precision oncology.

Unfortunately, the aggregation, analysis and visualization of the mass of raw data remains a challenge to solve for precision oncology.

Thanks to advances in technology, data science and its Paris-based R&D, the company has been offering algorithms since 2019, making it possible to extract and exploit epigenomic data that has become ever more copious and disordered.

Today, the Company is active in Boston and Paris, and is followed by prestigious partner programs of the American and French scientific entrepreneurship ecosystems 

An automatic visual alert system in the event of a fall, available for individuals as well as institutions on site.

By incorporating an optical sensor with software, VA2CS is able to detect any kind of fall or loss of consciousness.

VA2CS is a real technological breakthrough because it is 100% reliable (via image-capture) and predictive (via AI and machine learning).  Thus, it surpasses all current systems. This IoT innovation captures 100% of every type of fall, 24/7 while respecting client privacy, and at a reasonable cost.

The first alert is issued within 10 seconds of a fall.

This innovation, patented internationally, is designed and made in France. To date, there are 1500 sensors in use and no undetected falls.

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