The SEED program supports early stage startups for 6 months, to help them get off the ground, grow and find funding for their projects. The 2022 cohort will include 8 projects.
They will receive a €30,000 capital injection, training leading to certification delivered by the Stanford Center for Professional Development, one or more internal VINCI mentors, a network of external experts and contacts with our network of investors.
This 6-month intensive program will end with a Demo Day open to investors and decision-makers from the VINCI Group.
Cohort 2022 : 8 start-ups selected
AETERNUM (Switzerland) – www.aeternum-tech.com
Offering circular buildings as reusable, re-adaptable, carbon-neutral products for Real Estate (RE) investors by providing de-risked, long-term investments in the shape of future-proof assets which maintain value within components for multiple lifecycles.
#environment #realestate #circulareconomy
AKANTHAS (France) – www.akanthas.com
AI-based solution for haulers and industrial sites to optimize and support decisions related to waste management using computer vision to measure and control the waste containers activity in real time.
#AI #contech #environment
ARSENIO (France) – www.arsenio.co
A digital bootcamp and educational platform to learn digital construction and circular economy. E-learning platform providing courses, quizzes, exercises, use cases and mentoring for people interested in the future of construction.
AUXILIA (France) – www.auxilia-tech.com
AUXILIA is a SaaS for airports, sensitive locations and international trade that uses AI to automatically detect weapons and explosives on X-ray images of luggage and goods, improving detection levels and speeding up controls.
FOSTR (France) – www.fostr.ai
Intelligent platform automating the administrative and financial processes of project managers in real estate, enabling a more productive and efficient daily management of real estate projects.
#realestate #contech #proptech
MACHINE 26 (Germany) – www.machine26.com
Smart equipment software that helps construction fleet owners to manage and re-sell their machines.
OCULAI (Germany) – www.oculai.de
Camera-based data collection on construction sites using computer vision, data to track progress, resource utilization and logistics. The results allow the users to automate as-built documentation and to uncover efficiency potential based on the generated comparative data.
OKE CHARGE (France) – www.okecharge.com
Oke Charge is a shared universal electric recharging service (Peer to Peer), open to all, and for any type of electric vehicle (car, scooter, bike…)