The Start-Up Village by Eurovia will feature 14 companies exhibiting services and technologies dedicated to digitalization in the construction sector.
To rise to the challenges of digitalization in the construction and infrastructure sector, INTERMAT Paris introduces the Start-up Village by Eurovia. This space, entirely given over to innovation, is located at the center of the exhibition.
To be admitted to INTERMAT, the start-ups had to fulfil two conditions: be a first-time participant at the show, and work in a business sector falling within the exhibition categories. Fourteen start-ups will unveil their tools and solutions to the 200,000 participants expected to attend.
Talks dedicated to innovation on the key themes and issues of the sector
Throughout the duration of INTERMAT, a number of talks and workshops on topical subjects will be held at the center of the Start-up Village by Eurovia. Each selected theme addresses problems faced by professionals. Discussions will therefore chiefly deal with subjects such as the digital transition, smart concrete, artificial intelligence for construction, the use of exoskeletons, and managing worksites with digital technology.
Attendees will gain an understanding of the wide range of talks from the following examples:
- The processing of geographical data to build the 3-D digital foundation of the smart city
- Energy transition in boring and drilling professions
- Autonomous vehicles and issues of infrastructure (EUROVIA talk)
- The arrival of exoskeletons in building and public works
- BIM working to promote safety
- Light and artificial intelligence serving the building industry of the future
- Digitalization of construction machinery purchasing and hire in France
- Capitalizing on smart data for building and public works
The Start-up Village by Eurovia at INTERMAT Paris 2018 will comprise 14 start-ups presenting innovative solutions and/or products which promise to revolutionize the industry:
- 360 Smart Connect offers an unprecedented and revolutionary solution: connected concrete, with the incorporation of passive NFC chips in the material to enable a connection between the structure and its data.
- CAD.42 designs and markets a predictive calculation system connected to a smart high-visibility vest, aimed at construction and energy professionals, in the aim of protecting site workers from danger and optimizing costs on production and mining sites.
- Équipements à partager offers a peer-to-peer construction equipment rental platform for professionals.
- Fieldwire offers a construction management platform available on all mobile devices (smartphones and tablets) and on a web browser: access to plans and contractual documents, real-time communication with team workers, data entry on site and report generation.
- Finalcad supplies mobile applications and predictive analysis which will change construction methods for buildings, infrastructure, energy and concessions. Their aim is to improve quality, reduce costs and provide better building accessibility.
- Futurmap specialises in processing geographical data. Their mission is to facilitate the processing of geographical data and make it accessible to all of its clients by associating technology and human resources.
- Ibat offers building and public works professionals a range of digital solutions (including a multi-supplier materials online ordering application) to enhance their efficiency and support them in their digital transition.
- Led’s chat is a start-up based on a patented technology. It develops connected illuminated slabs to create decorative and communicating surfaces which are modular in their shape and interactive with their environment, and incorporate embedded intelligence with autonomous algorithms.
- Matos is a paperless management system for work schedules, administration, financial control and sales coordination which connects its operated equipment rental clients.
- OpenSafe has specialised in the management of PPE and supports all contractors, local authorities and other organisations wishing to deploy the management of their equipment in compliance with various legal obligations. The company has developed the first program specializing in PPE management suited to all types of PPE and complying with all sets of regulations.
- RB3D works on ergonomics and the reduction of musculoskeletal disorders. The company invented the cobot - the collaborative load sharing robot - and aims to become a significant supplier of cobots and load sharing exoskeletons to industry.
- Sharemat is a web-based and mobile app enabling owners of public works machinery to monitor their equipment fleet from their computer or smartphone, share equipment data with the workshops responsible for servicing it and share equipment by renting it to other professionals when not in use.
- Tout pour le forage is a marketplace which uses geolocation to find a professional, sell or buy drilling equipment, fittings, accessories and services (training, transport, etc.). Tracktor has designed a peer-to-peer equipment rental platform for construction professionals.
As a local partner, Eurovia, a subsidiary of VINCI, develops mobility solutions to enhance economic competitiveness and strengthen social bonds by designing, building and maintaining transport infrastructure and fostering urban development.
Committed to innovation for the past several years, Eurovia leads an active community around its business lines (materials, industry, works and services), its audiences (customers, residents, employees) and its development priorities around the mobility of the future and green growth.
Eurovia has thus decided to become a partner of INTERMAT Paris, the international trade show for construction and infrastructure, to support the entrepreneurial and innovative spirit of start-ups, in particular in the area of public works and site machinery.