CES 2019 NEXYAD first report


Thanks to Molly Swart and Georges Ucko from Business France, and Marc Charlet from Mov’eo, for their animation on French Tech Pavillon.
Nexyad was present with Groupement ADAS.

Nexyad is back to Paris pockets full of new contacts interested in our SafetyNex API (the only onboard API that compute, in real time, at each moment, the risk that driver is currently taking).
First CES where some big firms were exposing on their booth some products based, among other things, on SafetyNex.

And good new contacts for applications of SafetyNex in the following fields :
. car/trucks insurance
. car/trucks telematics
. aftermarket dashcams
. vocal Driving assistants
. autonomous Driving systems

We had a fine booth in the French Tech marquee at Central Plaza, with all the other startups of the MOVEO ADAS Group.

French Tech booth at CES

NEXYAD at CES 2019 in Las Vegas

Nexyad at CES 2019

Nexyad will presente his feature product SafetyNex, on-board Driving Risk Assessment in Real Time at CES 2019 from january 8th to 11th in Las Vegas, Nv.
SafetyNex is combinable with others Nexyad computer vision software modules as : RoadNex (road detection), ObstaNex (obstacle detection) and VisiNex (bad visibility detection).

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Nexyad CES 2019 access

NEXYAD SafetyNex in Media

Here is a news in French press that talks about the Academic Chair that the cluster
of startups and SMEs « MOVEO Groupement ADAS » organized with INSA Rouen.
NEXYAD is part of this cluster of high-tech startups and SMIs (on ADAS, connected
car, and autonomous driving) and is quoted in this article of Journal du Net (French spoken), they interviewed Mr Aziz Benrshair, director of the “Autonomous and Connected Vehicle” Academic Chair launched by INSA Rouen :
Comment ces partenaires contribuent-ils concrètement ?

“Ils assurent environ 50% de l’enseignement. Des experts de ces entreprises viennent enseigner sous forme de TP ou de TD. Ils transmettent leur savoir faire et expliquent les projets sur lesquels ils travaillent. La société Sherpa Engineering est par exemple intervenue sur les questions d’actionneurs, de prise de décision et de commande automatique. Nexyad a abordé l’analyse du comportement du conducteur, proposée par sa solution d’évaluation des risques d’accidents SafetyNex. Des partenaires historiques extérieurs à cette chaire, comme Valeo ou Vedecom, sont également intervenus.”

Aziz Benrshair
Aziz Benrshair

Reed the entire news

Others news about the Academic Chair : Normandinamik & paris-normandie.fr

Nexyad present with Groupement ADAS at Equip’Auto 2017

Equip'Auto_Groupement ADAS

Nexyad was present with Groupement ADAS at Equip’Auto Congress in Paris. Groupement ADAS is a SME’s cluster : 10 companies with expertise in the field of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, Connected car and Autonomous vehicle. Philippe Orvain CEO of Nomadic Solutions and competitiveness cluster MOV’EO Vice President has responsed to journalist Laurent Meillaud on Congress TV channel.

Watch Philippe Orvain interview on the congress channel with SafetyNex video demo :

ADAS Morning – ADAS & Sécurité Routière

Adas Morning 18 Octobre 2016

8h30: Accueil à la CCIP 2 rue de Viarmes, Paris 1er.


Claude Dumas – CEREMH 
Christophe Ramond – Prévention Routière
Franck Techer – IFFSTAR
Patrick Oberto – Promotion et Suivi de la Sécurité Routière en Entreprise
Philippe Caton – COVEA
Jean Zermati – ORANGE 
Philippe Chrétien – CEESAR 
Eric Violette – CEREMA 
Gérard Yahiaoui – NEXYAD
Stéphane Barbier – TRANSPOLIS

12h: Cocktail

Avec les sociétés : Car&D, GlobalSensing Technologies, Intempora, Nexyad, Nomadic Solutions, Sherpa Engineering & Transpolis

Second and last day in Munich at Active Safety Congress

Active Safety Europe : ADAS to Autonomous.

Lot’s of visitors yesterday and many contacts for Nexyad.
Today Nicolas du LAC CEO of Intempora and member of Groupement ADAS make a presentation for the congressmen : ADAS Validation: non-deterministic algorithms vs ISO-26262
Number crunching technologies and non-deterministic algorithms (image processing, neural networks, data fusion…) are taking in charge more and more functions and driving tasks in vehicles. Autonomous vehicles will be based on many of these. How to validate such functions when facing such different possible driving scenarios ?

Nicolas Dulac Intempora
Our colleague Nicolas du LAC of Groupement ADAS (SME’s cluster)