Agrivolta has developed an intelligent shade screen solution to encourage agriculture in urban environments. Their patented, connected farming tool provides shade for vegetable crops to increase production, notably in areas suffering from drought. The installation of solar panels provides green energy to neighbouring structures (buildings, housing estates, businesses, etc.). The objective is to reposition farmers closer to consumers, to ensure better product quality and traceability.
Geocorail® is produced on-site through a combination of electrochemical reactions in sea water and trapped sediments.
A rocky conglomerate is formed around a specially designed mesh that holds the aggregates.
The same process can be applied to consolidating embankments or capturing pollutants in harbours.
A key player in industry 4.0, Smart City and Smart Port, Intellinium presents the first connected and connectable smart safety footwear that can save your life.
For example, this protective equipment can detect a dizzy spell or an accident. The telecoms performance (penetration and coverage) is also better than traditional existing solutions.
Finally, you can save money, reduce weight carried by site operatives and save the planet's resources by drastically reducing the amount of electronic devices carried by the worker.
Technobam becomes QISTA
QISTA has developed a mosquito control process using a trap called the BAM (Borne Anti-Moustiques – Anti-Mosquito Terminal) designed for use in urban areas and private homes. This patented system simulates human breathing, reproducing its mechanical and chemical features.
Marseille Gyptis International
CHANNEL 5 is an information channel and decision-making system that uses artificial intelligence to increase the robustness of logistics chains. It uses data that has not been hitherto exploited, from many sources, to generate real-time and predictive indicators on the port situation (for example the expected volume of goods), offering automatic risk management support.
The R-Aedificare project aims to bring together local stakeholders to organise the re-use of building materials from demolitions. The construction sector currently produces 70% of overall waste, even though many materials are re-usable. The project identifies the materials destined for demolition, guarantees a new use for them and puts construction contractors in contact with demolition engineers. The mission of the R-Aedificare project is economic (job creation – emerging market), social (new “demolition” roles) and environmental (reduction and recycling of waste, economy of resources.