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Sunday extends its QR code for taking orders


One year after the restaurant debuted with QR code payments, the Atlanta-based Franco-American start-up is developing direct smartphone orders. For customers, there will no longer be long queues at bar counters and servers will have to be found. Launched just over a year ago with QR code technology from your smartphone to the table payment system directly from your smartphone, it has added a new feature specifically intended for bars and fast food. The policy is to scan the QR code to access an ordering page, such as a home delivery application. Drinks or meals are selected directly through this interface and are also paid for. Guess “500 bars, food trucks, food courts and fast food players” And since the beginning of the thrill, three million French people have paid their bills by Sunday.

Suzuki has launched a 100% electric flying taxi


Suzuki wants to be a player in the flying car market in the future. The manufacturer has thus announced that it has entered into a partnership with SkyDrive, a subsidiary of Toyota, which is working on the marketing of electric flying taxis in Japan by 2025. And built cargo drones. SkyDrive significantly distinguished itself during the presentation of the concept of the first flying car in 2020, the technical sheet of which has just been released. The car typically weighs 500 kilograms and is equipped with an electric motor and eight propellers. The concept car will be able to fly at a maximum speed of 100 km / h for 20 to 30 minutes at a maximum altitude of 500 m, while its road speed will be 60 km / h.

Ductlib has become one of the most valuable unicorns in France

Doctlib has conducted a financing operation of 500 million euros, which is worth 5.8 billion euros to the start-up. Since its inception in 2013, Doctolib has raised a total of 900 million euros and has again approached its historic investors (Bpifrance and Euracio Fund) to strengthen its position in France and Europe. Doctolib, which has 50 million patient users, has raised funds to fund recruitment activities: the start-up has 2,500 employees and the company plans to add 3,500 employees over the next five years, including 700 by 2022. Its presence in the regions, as well as the improvement of infrastructure involved: a quarter of the location is related to the engineering profile.

In Israel, companies are looking for high-tech monitors and start-ups

The last DLD festival in Tel Aviv proved fruitful for start-ups and large French groups for partnering with the Israeli ecosystem. About 200 French people and about forty start-ups attended. Thus Criteo, Engie, Valeo and Carrefour are particularly interested in the Israeli market, especially in the field of Big Data, Cyber ​​Security, Greentech or Foodtech attracted by Israeli knowledge. Carrefour is particularly active in a partnership with Electra Consumer Products Group that allows it to open franchise stores in the country, but also with the signing of an agreement with the Israeli cybersecurity company Salt Security.

Elon Musk passes Tesla to Stage 3

Six years after the release of the second part, Tesla has formalized its development for the next few years with the release of its “Master Plan Part 3”. It was on his favorite social network, Twitter, that star entrepreneur Elon Musk announced his intention to take his electric car brand to the “extreme”. The next major areas of development are artificial intelligence and scaling of manufacturer’s activities: working towards the advent of autonomy in brand cars and establishing a global presence. According to him, the development of Tesla, and especially the development of AI within the firm, should “move humanity away from fossil fuels” which has a significant impact on global warming.

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