Thales welcomes 11 new startups in its programme Cyber @STATION F

10 September 2018

11 new startups have joined the second batch of Thales' programme.

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Here's the list of the 11 startups:

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Start-up incubator startups Cybersecurity
Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Nowadays when the option to make connected low-cost devices is increasing, the vision of smart city becomes more and more viable. Adding cameras for security and safety, adding traffic sensors to make the traffic better, adding environment sensors and more and more to make our cities connected, controller and improve our quality of life and make our cities a safer and better place.

startups Start-up incubator Security solutions
Thursday, February 14, 2019

NanoLock Security and Micron Technology will be demonstrating at Mobile World Congress 2019 a Flash-to-Cloud management solution for security in Internet of Things (IoT) and connected devices.

AI Start-up incubator Canada
Monday, January 28, 2019

CENTECH and Thales launch AI@CENTECH to boost start-ups to success in Artificial Intelligence
- To support the development of start-ups working in the field of Artificial Intelligence, Thales has teamed with CENTECH, Québec’s largest start-up incubator, created by the École de Technologie Supérieure in Montreal.
- This strategic partnership will provide start-ups with access to the Thales Group’s technological expertise, business insights and digital capabilities that will take their concepts and prototypes to the next level of maturity.
- Thales has invested close to 7 billion euros in digital technologies since 2014, including the planned acquisition of Gemalto.