We would like to thanks all our sponsors during this project. Here is the list of companies that help us to move forward.
This project has been supported by the investment programme for the future operated by BPIfrance
A competitiveness cluster dedicated to deep tech in photonics and imaging, for more than 15 years, OPTITEC has been leading an ecosystem of 220 players, made up of industrialists, research establishments and training organisations. Its ambition: to promote and support breakthrough innovations, sources of wealth and job creation.
Systematic Paris-Region is a Paris Region competitiveness cluster created in 2005, dedicated to complex systems and bringing together more than 750 innovative players. From this perspective, the Cluster is both a “technological innovation factory” through R&D projects and an innovation cluster anchored in the Paris Region
Mov’eo is a Mobility and Automotive R&D competitiveness cluster, which since 2006 has been mobilizing its energies at the service of its members to meet the objectives assigned by the State to competitiveness clusters: to foster the development of collaborative projects between members, to contribute to development in the regions of companies, in particular SMEs, and to promote innovation in the sector.
The Directorate General of Enterprises (DGE) is a directorate of the French Ministry of the Economy and Finance. Prior to September 2014, it was known as the Directorate General for Competitiveness, Industry and Services (DGCIS).
The DGE provides grants to companies with the aim of promoting France’s economic attractiveness and the competitiveness of French companies of all sizes, both in France and abroad, to foster creation, development and innovation. The DGE maintains close relations with the companies themselves and their representatives: professional organizations and federations, consular chambers, support networks, etc. This knowledge and proximity enable it to establish shared diagnoses.