CATALYST program: 5th cohort

11 innovative companies from 5 different countries will be supported through this program in 2024. More than half of the selected solutions have a direct positive impact on the environment. These Construction Tech and Climate Tech solutions, which stem from two fast-growing sectors, offer ways of improving the environmental impact of a construction project, gaining a better understanding of its environment or optimizing the resources of construction projects.

11 innovative companies selected


Aitenders (France)

Aitenders is a tendering, contract management and knowledge management platform for the global construction industry.


Alteia (France)

Alteia offers software that enables companies to manage and analyze large-scale visual data (photos, lidar, video) to improve their operational efficiency. Today, companies use Alteia to monitor the progress of construction work, evaluate infrastructure, mine operations…


Droople (Switzerland)

Droople is an innovative technology platform enabling industries to optimize water resources, improve sustainability and ensure environmental compliance through real-time monitoring and data-driven information.


Flyability (Switzerland)

Drone designed for hard-to-reach areas. It’s ideal for safer, faster and more cost-effective inspections of confined spaces.


IPG Energy (England)

IPG’s flameless generator is a clean generator. Thanks to a patented flameless combustion technology, it provides pollutant-free energy from any fuel, at a competitive cost.


Machine26 (USA, Germany)

Machine26 is a marketplace that helps construction equipment owners sell their machines effortlessly. The inspection application collects all machine condition data so that customers can receive the best offer from international, verified used machine sellers.


Materrup (France)

Materrup is a young industrial company with an impact, producing a low-carbon cement based on uncalcined clay derived from local waste. This local cement halves CO2 emissions, while guaranteeing the same performance and durability as conventional concrete.


NetCarbon (France)

NetCarbon is a technology that combines satellite data and artificial intelligence to simulate and improve the environmental impact of a construction project on a series of indicators (carbon storage, heat islands and artificialization).


Optimiz Construction (Switzerland)

Optimiz Construction helps structural engineering companies save up to 15% on reinforcement costs by optimizing materials, facilitating installation and reducing waste.


Voliro (Suisse)

Voliro offers an innovative drone for contact inspection and high-precision work close to structures.


Zeloce (France)

Software publisher specializing in last-mile logistics tracking for wide-gauge items. Zeloce simplifies and rationalizes goods flows by connecting the various players in the logistics chain.


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