Until June 19, 2021, the most promising technological and digital innovations will be highlighted at the Vivatech trade fair. A quick overview of the most inventive ideas!
Data stored in a plant, a teleconsultation capsule for carrying out a health check, a lamp that alleviates dyslexia: start-ups compete in inventiveness at the French digital high mass,which runs until June 19, 2021, from Versailles to Paris. Here are some of the innovations presented at the show:
A cloud in the DNA of plants
founded by Monika Seyfried, whose objective is to store data in the living organisms. Currently tested on plants, the project is still in an embryonic phase.
It is a question of inserting a small file (photo, text …) by transcribing it in digital format. Then the scientists in the lab construct the DNA that matches the digital file, to inject it into the plant.
“We live in a world where data pollutes a lot. This innovation will reduce the environmental impact of data, ”hopes Monika Seyfried.
A teleconsultation capsule
The AI, for , developed by Bodyo, is a large rounded white cabin, the interior of which is lit by a blue. It allows for a health check-up and teleconsultations.
“In 6 minutes, it takes 26 measurements,” says its creator Patrice Coutard. “The weight, height,… She even looks for potential illnesses and, if she finds nothing, she enters a journey of . »
It was designed for pharmacies or hospitals from November 1, 2021. Bodyo’s first targets aremedical facilities and geographic areas in which hospitals are overloaded. The objective is to relieve the nursing staff by leaving the Under do base.
The ” Crystal Man »Is an 86-inch screen for broadcastinghumans live, a novelty , specializing in the creation of new experiences with cutting-edge technologies.
This innovation, “soon” available for companies, is supposed to allow someone to present themselves live and interact with a contact anywhere in the world, according to Cédric Besacier, the co-founder of the start-up, also developer of holographic propellers.
They are set withand a microprocessor which allows to display the pixel in the right place to form the desired text and in the desired.
A lamp that alleviates dyslexia
Theis a “disorder which concerns between 5 and 10% of the world population”, according to CEO Julien Legras. presents its first innovation which targets difficulty in learning, decoding and reading comprehension.
The Lexilight is a lamp, already on the market, which has a technology ofmodulated and pulsed allowing information to be sent to the which will alleviate the effects of dyslexia by adapting the to a so-called “classic” vision. “
Packaging “of the future”
The Box is a packagingand reusable, created and already tested to replace cardboard “and the mess that goes into it”, explains Kavya Mohan, head of , the company that has been developing this product for 4 years.
The principle is simple: a customer buys a product that is delivered by The Box. The then download theto geolocate and receive your purchase. Packing The Box will then be reused for a subsequent next package or dropped off at a parcel relay to serve someone else.