La Vitre (Saint-Herblain) uses human-size screens for video conferences (photo la revue du digital)
The world Consumer Electronics trade show opened today in Las Vegas. It runs from January 5 to January 8. More than 3000 companies are represented this year. This show invites companies of all sizes to present their innovations. From tech giants like Microsoft or Apple, and also cars company with their new electric cars, many start-ups come to unveil their new technologies. For this 2023 edition, more than 200 French companies are making the trip. Among them, eight originate from Brittany. Five of them come from Ille-et-Vilaine, one from Morbihan and two more from Loire-Atlantique, part of historical Brittany. Bystamp (Vannes) Electronic signature and company seal for digital documents Lizia (Rennes) is an innovation driven by students from INSA Rennes. It offers an accessory allowing you to read with one hand while doing something else. Ochy (Rennes) An application that provides athletes with artificial intelligence. This is used to analyze the performance of an athlete in order to offer personalized advice to improve and minimize injuries. YoGoKo (Cesson-Sévigné) offers embedded and connected solutions for the collection and transmission of secure data for new mobility services. Secure-IC (Cesson-Sévigné) a global player in cybersecurity, will present its solutions for embedded systems and connected objects. DeepHawk (Cesson-Sévigné) explores the possibilities of artificial intelligence by applying it to the manufacturing industry, to which it offers visual quality control. La Vitre (Saint-Herblain) The startup that creates life-size video-conferences. Logiroad (La Chevrolière 44) provides software solutions for the maintenance and operation of the road network.