January 2023 marks the return of CES Las Vegas, the world’s largest gathering of tech gamers. 170 companies represented French Tech, including start-ups from Yvelines.
The Ile-de-France region selected 16 startups to represent you from January 5 to 8, 2023 at the Consumer Electronics Show, the biggest showcase in the world what is being done in the technologies of today and tomorrow.
Among these companies, some are from Yvelin : E-XTEQ (Clayes-sous-Bois), Chocolate Chip Cookie Company (Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines) and Oledcomm (Vélizy-Villacoublay).
Ohm’s Quest, Escape Game at Home
well you wanted make an Escape Game with friends, at home or on the go ? Now it’s possible. The Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines startup, the Chocolate Chip Cookie Company introduced its adventure game Ohm’s Quest: A Game Console in Escape Game Mode. In the form of two game cubes, Ohm’s Quest offers multiple multiplayer adventures.
The console guides teams of adventurers of all ages through time and space with “sound and light” stories that stimulate the senses: hearing, sight and touch. Chocolate Chip Cookie Company was incubated from 2017 to 2019 in SQYCub and in 2020 in IncubAlliance.
Composed of a series of stories of sound and light in which you are the hero, Ohm’s Quest invites you, with your friends and with the help of Miss Ohm, to solve puzzles and mysteries in order to move forward and save the world. New stories will come to enrich the console.
E-XTEQ: making repairing electric car batteries easier
The solution presented in Las Vegas could facilitate the repair of electric car batteries. An important issue for the automotive industry.
What happens to used electric car batteries? E-XTEQ innovates to ensure the optimal use of this technology. since 2017this SME from Clayes-sous-Bois offers solutions for carry out a complete state of health of the batteries, to charge or discharge them. All this out of the vehicle!
“It’s really a specificity of ours because treating the batteries in this way makes it easier to repair them and avoids transporting the whole car”, explains the nugget’s management Yvelin.
Oledcomm, the connected light
This company from Vélizy-Villacoublay has already received an award in Las Vegas for the first table lamp with LiFi technology (Light Fidelity). With its flagship product, MyLiFi, the lamp is able to establish LiFi communication with a computer! Your principle? Light emissions are used to transmit information. A technology that works even when the light bulb is off. Signals can replace WiFi… This LiFi technology has already been deployed in some metro stations and many more applications will see the light of day soon.
Today, Oledcomm continues to advance LiFi technology for wireless communication using LED light. At CES, the Ile-de-France nugget revealed LIFIMAX2Gyour new LiFi data transmission solution for industry 4.0 and the transport of the future.
According to OledComm, LiFi technology is becoming particularly suitable for subways, trains and any vehicle that needs to download large volumes of data from the station., counting in terabytes in less than 20 seconds, as well as Industry 4.0 applications such as virtual and augmented reality, Internet of Things or machine-to-machine. “The vertiginous increase in the amounts of data collected in a mobile situation, as well as the increase in multimedia flows, require a reliable and uninterrupted communication standard for everyone, in particular in transport and in the 4.0 factory”, he explains in the statement. Azoulay, CEO of Oledcomm.
Founded in 2012 in Vélizy-Villacoublay, in Yvelines, as a spin-off of the University of Paris-Saclay, Oledcomm currently has around twenty employees. his solution LiFiMAX has been deployed and tested in over 800 projects worldwide.
Next CES Las Vegas 2024
The CES Consumer Electronics Show will take place January 9-12, 2024 in Las Vegas.