Diota is the leading French publisher of augmented reality software solutions for industry, enabling manufacturers to boost their performance by providing an interactive link between digital data and operators in the field. Founded in 2009, Diota has built on its innovative technologies and business-oriented solutions, developed through a strong partnership with the CEA (French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission), to anchor its pivotal role in the trend towards digital factories and increased industrial competitiveness. It operates in France and throughout Europe, with customers from a number of different sectors, including aerospace (Dassault Aviation, Safran, etc.), rail, naval, automotive (PSA Group, Volkswagen, etc.), energy and chemicals (Air Liquide, Total, etc.).
Krono-Safe develops software for real-time operating systems (RTOS) in an integrated development environment (IDE), to ensure equipment operating safety. It was founded in April 2011 to commercialize a software technology originally developed by the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), used in the nuclear sector to guarantee the predictability of critical real-time control applications. In particular, the company signed a technology transfer agreement with CEA-LIST (technology and systems integration lab) concerning this technology.
By adapting this solution to onboard applications, Krono-Safe is addressing safety-critical onboard system requirements in strong growth markets: transport (connected and autonomous vehicles), industry (Internet of Things) and aerospace (including defense and cyber-security).
Tronics is a firm that designs and makes innovative nano- and micro-systems, especially MEMS (micro-electromechanical systems), which are used in a wide variety of applications: aerospace and defense, drones, manufacturing, offshore platforms, medical systems, etc. These devices should provide a distinctive difference in tomorrow's aerospace applications, especially for inertial navigation and platform stabilization.