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Start-ups from l'X present at VivaTechnology

École Polytechnique and its accelerator X-Up are present from June 15th to June 17th, 2017 at the VivaTechnology fair in Paris. A great opportunity to discover the start-ups of the fifth "class" and those hosted by l'X over the past few years.

From June 15th to June 17th, 2017, the Viva Technology fair brought together French and international entrepreneurship and innovation ecosystems' players at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles. X-Up Accelerator presented nine start-ups from its fifth "class", hosted and accompanied since April.

Other start-ups were also present:

>Anamnèse, that developed an online artificial intelligence service to help doctors in their diagnosis
>Mainbot, with its Winky robot designed to teach children robotics in a playful way
>Napoléon Capital, that combines robots and blockchain to define the best strategies for financial markets
>Healsy, and its predictive system of blood glucose
>Gyrolift, with its innovative mobility solution
>My Vision, that has developed an innovative retinal imaging technology
>Medway Assistance, and its mobile telemedicine application
>Uniris, with its universal and biometric security key
>iFollow, and its connected trolley

X-Up Accelerator's former start-ups were also present. Auxivia appeared among them on the stand of La Poste. Its connected glass aimed at detecting the signs of dehydration among seniors is now part of the strategy of La Poste group developing solutions of maintenance at home.

>Read more: Auxivia, a start-up accelerated at l'X

Otherwise, Rythm launched this Thursday, June 15th, the mainstream version of its connected headband for sleeping. It has just completed a €22 million fundraising campaign.

Moreover, Sidemash represented TF1, the start-up joined its incubator after six months spent at the accelerator of l'X.

Finally, Adok was invited by VivaTech to present on the Discovery stand its technology capable of transforming any surface into an interactive and tactile screen.