SATT CONECTUS, an Alsatian technology transfer acceleration company, and startup TEKIMPACT have signed an exclusive license to use an innovative technology worldwide from an INSA / ICube Public Research Laboratory (University of Strasbourg). The goal of this new TechCompact software solution is to enable companies to quickly identify the best opportunities for technological innovation and thus provide them with a competitive advantage. Big names in the French industry, such as Furacia or EDF, have already shown interest in the solution.
In France, more than বিল 35 billion is invested each year in R&D, just 1 product out of 7 innovative projects launched by companies to launch in the market. Companies are thus betting on a quick search of as many ways as possible, combining ways and resources in a variety of ways that can be frustrating for the most part.
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Since 2012, Thirteen SATT, a technology transfer acceleration company, has stimulated, invested and supported the creation of 672 deep technology start-ups, including about 100 in an industrial profession. By identifying innovative technologies in public research laboratories, financing their technological, scientific and economic development, then securing their distribution in the market and assisting their development through their technological and industrial transfers, especially by creating start-up deep technology, SATTs are research. Essential link to the innovation chain in the industry.
STATT Conectus enabled the development of a beta version of this solution, enabling the TakeMact solution to see the light of day, which is now marketed by start-up TEKIMPACT. This financial investment engineer is from Science, Computer Science and Imaging Laboratory (INSA Strasbourg – ICU of UMR CNRS University) Pr. Denis CAVALLUCCI and his team make it possible to conduct the first full-scale testing with industry users. Strasbourg 7357) who were able to combine artificial intelligence and business skills.
Caroline Dreyer, president of Sat Connectus, explained:
“Tekimpact’s innovative solutions demonstrate how much public research today is the driving force behind the France Reliance plan. Accelerating the design of innovations and guaranteeing their systematic competitive performance is an unprecedented commitment in the market that will strongly serve the competitiveness of our companies. That’s why Conectus invested k 200k in the project in 2016 to create a beta version of the solution. We thus made it possible to run the first full-scale experiments with industry users. Today, it is a young startup that delivers innovative technology for the biggest. All of these resources that can arise from public research! A
The ICube Laboratory for Engineering Science, Computer Science and Imaging is a CNRS Research Laboratory (Joint Research Unit 7357) under the triple supervision of the University of Strasbourg, ENGEES and Strasbourg INSA. It brings together two scientific communities in equal parts in the interface between the digital world and the physical world, giving it a unique configuration. With about 650 members and 17 teams, it is a major research force at the Strasbourg site. Organized by the figure, the preferred areas of application of ICube are engineering for health, environment and sustainable development.
Q. Dennis Cavalucci, along with his team, announced the origins of this new technology:
” Our team of researchers, data-scientists and developers have teamed up with industry partners to create tools for tomorrow’s R&D. Software solution Techimpact AI, TRIZ is anchored on theory and business skills. For a given company, we conduct a semantic extraction of patents in its sector, we map the axes of innovation of the competition, we transcend the data with the technical problems of the company. Several stages of analysis and conflict follow each other. At the end of the process, technological avenues emerged that could give the company a real, strong and unprecedented competitive advantage. A
Techimpact, founded by entrepreneur Hugo Chag, therefore has an exclusive worldwide license for solutions designed by Professor Dennis Cavalucci where AI and TRIZ methods have played an important role.
Innovative problem-solving theory, TRIZ, is a method of convergent creativity, which, for example, does not support the emission of many ideas, such as intelligence, but leads to direct solution of reflection. In the 2010s, this method was developed and hybridized with AI by Professor Dennis Cavalucci.
Innovative Solutions TechImpact aims to enable R&D managers to identify the most relevant innovation issues in order to achieve their strategic objectives, map competitors’ innovation priorities, and offer research axes to R&D teams.
The benefits it brings are:
- Mapping prioritization of competition innovation on a specific technical topic: better market visibility to create a tailor-made technological development project;
- Save time and research and development costs;
- R&D risk limitation;
- The main competitive advantage in major national competitions,
European and international.
Hugo CHAGUE, President and Founder of TechImpact, concludes:
” In its house Techimpact, We have mastered the skills and innovative approach that allows us to create an R&D and intellectual property strategy based on a rigid foundation. We accept all the technological challenges, we believe in innovation in a different way. We believe in the need to find out the golden question first: this problem, which is well said, is half solved. Our way of finding this influential question is to use the artificial intelligence developed by Dennis CAVALLUCCI for patents, engineers and market talk. Our ambition is to be the GPS of industrial innovation and to prioritize all innovations that can accelerate environmental change. A
In the strength of its first mission, especially for EDF and Faurecia’s radioactive waste deconstruction project division, Tekimpact aims to establish solutions for all companies for which innovation is a powerful strategic problem, be they large groups, ETIs or SMEs.