6 - 8 November 2018
Paris - Porte de Versailles - Pavillon 1

The Start-ups at the Hub

11 start-ups have been selected for their innovating projects and will exhibit at the Hub Demain area. 

Investors and future customers, discover with demonstrations and workshops the next break-through and success stories of tomorrow.






Schedule here your appointment with the start-ups 

Security & Firefighting Sector

QOWISIO: Next generation IoT operator

QOWISIO: Next generation IoT operator
Qowisio is a next generation low-speed network operator specialising in the Internet of Things offering low-cost, no-contract, turnkey connected solutions. Qowisio enables SMEs and large corporations to immediately benefit from the Internet of Things through its tracking, supervision, remote meter reading and asset security solutions.

Come to Qowisio’s pitch in the Workshops Area:
Tuesday 8 November from 9.40 to 10.00am and Wednesday 9 November from 12.15 to 12.35 pm

BountyFactory.IO: the first Bug Bounty European Platform

BountyFactory.IO is the first Bug Bounty European Platform. BountyFactory.io aims at linking companies or projects in need of IS security with a crowd of skilled individuals known. 

We assist companies in setting up a vulnerability assessment program that will harden their defending capacities. The solution - we provide- enables companies to be proactive and eventually be better at quickly patching vulnerabilities.

Come to YEs we Hack’s pitch in the Workshops Area:
Monday 7 November from 5.00 to 5.20 pm and Wednesday 9 November from 3 to 3.20 pm

CERBAIR: Malicious drone detection

CERBAIR: Malicious drone detection
Dronewatch is a civilian drone detection solution that helps protect sensitive sites and people against risks of espionage, the transport of dangerous materials or attack.

Come to Cerbair’s pitch in the Workshops Area:
Tuesday 8 November from 10.10 to 10.30 am and Wednesday 9 November from 1.30 to 1.50 pm 

HUBLEX: New generation of electric gyropods

HUBLEX: New generation of electric gyropods
These lightweight, compact, economical and low-maintenance vehicles are intended for workers who move around indoors or on large-scale enclosed sites. The Hublex solution increases the productivity of security guards doing their rounds and reduces response time in an emergency.

Come to Hublex’s pitch in the Workshops Area:
Tuesday 8 November from 10.40 to 11.00 am and Wednesday 9 November from 2.00 to 2.20 pm

GABLYS: Secure badge for automatic computer locking

GABLYS: Secure badge for automatic computer locking
The Gablys Lockit is a badge that automatically locks or unlocks a computer, securing access to your data and protecting against attempted intrusion. You no longer have to lock your screen when you step away – Gablys Lockit does it for you! In the event of an intrusion, you’ll be alerted with a photo sent directly to your smartphone.

Come to Gablys’s pitch in the Workshops Area:
Tuesday 8 November from 11.40am to 12.00 pm and Wednesday 9 November from 2.30 to 2.50 pm 

Health and Safety at Work sector

SMART SANTÉ: Digital cardiovascular disease prevention

SMART SANTÉ: Digital cardiovascular disease prevention
Cardiosens is a digital prevention service to help promote employees’ cardiovascular health. The device offers cardiovascular health assessment and provides a variety of support tools (customised analyses, medical alerts, action lists, practical and educational content, and so on). Cardiosens is currently intended primarily for businesses, for which cardiovascular risk is a real health issue with 50% of employees affected.

Come to Smart Santé’s pitch in the Workshops Area:
Monday 7 November from 11.00 to 11.00am and Tuesday 8 November from 2.30 to 2.50 pm 

TREM: Innovative emergency rescue shuttle

TREM: Innovative emergency rescue shuttle
TREM is a high-speed rack-and-pinion driven self-propelling emergency rescue shuttle able to quickly evacuate victims from a building.

Come to TREM’s pitch in the Workshops Area:
Monday 7 November from 11.30 to 11.50 am and Tuesday 8 November from 4.00 to 4.20 pm 

FALL ALARM: Connected Lone Worker Protection (LWP) device

FALL ALARM: Connected Lone Worker Protection (LWP) device
Fall Alarm System has developed a connected device that will alert designated individuals should a worker fall from height. Unlike traditional LWP solutions, the device uses an algorithm able to differentiate between a fall and a jump, or detect prolonged immobility, developed through 1,000 falls and jumps.

Come to Fall Alarm’s pitch in the Workshops Area:
Monday 7 November from 3.00 to 3.20 pm and Tuesday 8 November from 4.30 to 4.50 pm 

INNOV + / Touganco: driver vigilance assistance system based on facial recognition technology

INNOV + / Touganco: driver vigilance assistance system based on facial recognition technology
Toucango is a driver vigilance assistance system based on facial recognition technology
This removable, active, predictive and connected safety device is primarily designed to reduce the number of road accidents in which driver hypovigilance (drowsiness or distraction) is implicated.

Come to Innov +’s pitch in the Workshops Area:
Monday 7 November from 3.30 to 3.50 pm and Wednesday 9 November from 9.40 to 10.00 am


OROSOUND: Active noise-control earphones for the workplace

OROSOUND: Active noise-control earphones for the workplace
Orosound designs smart earphones to improve wellbeing in the workplace. These wireless earphones offer user-customised control of ambient noise in the office, and are designed for day-to-day use to eliminate noise-related fatigue and stress and so improve well-being and concentration at work.

Come to Orosound’s pitch in the Workshops Area:
Monday 7 November from 4.00 to 4.20 pm and Wednesday 9 November from 10.10 to 10.30 am

QWIDAM: Social media for emergency situations

QWIDAM: Social media for emergency situations
The Qwidam mobile app brings together people, public information and professionals via a unique platform to handle routine emergencies. 
Qwidam offers three services: social media for people in the vicinity, a public information service for private and public institutions, and private social media for large corporations to reinforce their employee safety.

Come to Qwidam’s pitch in the Workshops Area:
Tuesday 8 November from 12.10 to 12.30pm and Wednesday 9 November from 5.00 to 5.20 pm 

ZHOR TECH: connected footwear solutions.

ZHOR TECH: connected footwear solutions.
Zhor-Tech develops connected footwear technology. By introducing electronics into shoes or insoles, Zhor-Tech brings comfort to users while increasing safety by quantifying workers' repetitive gestures or tiredness. Zhor-Tech provides its technology as a white label to footwear makers, construction and manufacturing companies, insurance companies...

Come to Zhor-Tech’s pitch in the Workshops Area:
Monday 7 November from 4.30 to 4.50 pm and Wednesday 9 November from 10.40 to 11.00 am