Companies located in France and Canada participated and externalized their R&D in research laboratories across the Atlantic.
The company SenseaFR, located in France, is currently working on a joint project with the computer science department of the Université de Moncton, in order to implement their PISIGMA platform with automatic analysis capabilities, thanks to the expertise of the research team.
An expert in recommendation from the Université de Paris Dauphine, was identified to meet the R&D needs of the Canadian company, Bridgr.
Keovia Solutions works jointly with the GRIDD of the ETS of the University of Quebec, on 2 R&D projects thanks to 2 students under Mitacs contract.
The Canadian start-up Vope Medical collaborates with the TIMC laboratory of the Université Grenoble Alpes.
The company Open Motion, located in France, called upon the services of In2novation to develop a new technology for their integrated field team management solution, SecureAngel. The Vivalab at the University of Ottawa engaged in a joint R&D project.