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INVIRTUS TECHNOLOGIES, startup in the Centrale-Audencia-Ensa incubator, secures €750K in funding

InVirtus Technologies, which specialises in geolocation in industrial environments, has just successfully completed a new round of financing. Investors include BACS-Innov, an investment company bringing together alumni from Centrale Supélec and Ecole Centrale Group - alongside private investors from the startup's own professional network.

On March 10, 2020 All day

On March 10, 2020 All day

InVirtus Technologies was co-founded by Centrale Nantes and Audencia Business School graduates in 2018. It has been hosted in the Centrale-Audencia-ensa Incubator since 2016.

The start-up was created to tackle an issue directly observed in industry: difficulties in keeping track of equipment and the associated waste of time and money.

InVirtus uses new low-energy consumption technologies to offer a complete web-based tracking platform, together with alerts to facilitate the permanent monitoring of sensitive equipment and the creation of a database focused on Artificial Intelligence. The solution proposed by InVirtus has already been adopted by major industrial groups including AIRBUS and THALES. The company already employs 10 engineers and managers and continues to grow.

We are already recognized by the major players in French industry, and we are starting to deliver to our customers abroad. At the end of 2019, we signed two new commercial partnerships that reinforce our access to the European market, without forgetting regional SMEs. Raphaël  PANTAIS,  CEO InVirtus Technologies.

The company had already raised funds of €90K in 2018 with CENTRALE Innovation and Audencia, alongside CCI Nantes-Saint Nazaire, ATLANPOLE, le Réseau Entreprendre Atlantique, AIRBUS Développement, TOTAL Développement Régional. 

Published on March 11, 2020 Updated on March 11, 2020