Since the creation of our R&D Laboratory, our work has been recognized by the Ministry of Higher Education and Research, which acknowledged our investments and progress by granting us the Young Innovative Company Label.
ESummarize: the generative artificial intelligence engine to produce accurate, concise summaries of your texts and documents. Our engine is designed to help you save valuable time by obtaining key information from your documents while complying with the RGPD. Thanks to our advanced natural language processing technology, you can rely on ESummarize to deliver accurate, consistent summaries that faithfully reflect the original content of your documents.
EShadow: a state-of-the-art solution for document pseudonymization and anonymization, designed to help companies effectively protect their sensitive information. By pseudonymizing and anonymizing your documents, we ensure that sensitive information remains inaccessible, reducing the risk of data exposure and protecting your business from potential data breaches. You remain compliant with RGPD requirements.
A solution to detect words and objects in a video thanks to AI, NLP, Machine vision and other technologies. Object Word Detection (OWD) will list all instances where words are spoken and indicate the appearance of specific objects (such as persons, cars, lamps, etc.) in the video, along with their corresponding sequences.
Conceptually, the IoT refers to connected objects capable of interacting. In a way, it is about creating bridges between the virtual connected world and the real world.
Technically, it can be considered as a technological invention allowing to identify, via SMTP, HTTP, IP address protocols, etc., a physical object by means of a non-wireless communication system such as RFID, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
The IoT encompasses the entire ecosystem of connected objects, even on a large scale: televisions, buildings, cars, agricultural plots, etc. Thanks to sensors integrated in these objects, we are able to manage their operation remotely with just one click and extract the data we want to process. It is the most powerful tool to generate, manipulate and share data.
In 2021, about 50 billion more connected objects will enter the market, according to the Gartner Institute.
The first experiments in terms of augmented reality date back to the 1960s and then the 1980s. But this technology has only been heard of for a few years, thanks to the rise of smartphones that now have enough sensors and intelligence, as well as the associated software functions.
In short, augmented reality is a technology that allows to superimpose virtual content on the real world that the user continues to perceive.
Augmented reality and virtual reality are often, but wrongly, confused, although they are two very different concepts: on the one hand, augmented reality allows to complement the real world (by proposing different uses) while virtual reality proposes a total immersion in an unreal world.