Toulon-based startup Cartesiam wins two awards in Barcelona and San Diego

Two prestigious awards and international reputations in the space of two weeks: Cartesiam, the small startup launched in 2016 in Toulon, continues to make good progress.

The Toulon-based startup Cartesiam has just received two prestigious industry awards in the space of two weeks. Two technology awards received at major international trade shows such as the Mems and Sensors Congress in San Diego, California, where the Toulon startup was the first European company to receive such an award at this event.

And in Barcelona, Spain, during the IoT World Congress, which took place from 29 to 31 October. Cartesiam’s NanoEdge Artificial Intelligence solution won the 2019 IoT Solutions Awards 2019 Best Innovative Technology award from more than 120 entries from around the world.

This unique solution of machine learning or industrial predictive maintenance, capable of learning (artificial intelligence that creates data itself) and the result of three years of R&D, a box called Bob designed by the Rubino brothers (Michel and Joël) and their partner François de Rochebouet, is already used in many companies to listen to the vibrations of industrial machines to prevent, detect and alert to the risks of malfunctions, without having to stop the production line.

These prestigious awards are a great recognition for this young company, which is attached to its Toulon roots and now has a subsidiary in the United States and soon in Germany.