Moving from video games to the aeronautics sector, Singularity Insight, with headquarters in Angoulême, has developed a remote appraisal solution which is of interest to the Bordeaux aircraft maintenance industry.
Founded four years ago, Singularity Insight (ex Polm Studio), comprising15 people, has been awarded more than 10 national and international prizes and now has a pivotal strategic position in connected glasses for professionals, having co-developed its flagship product EXPERT TELEPORTATION with DCNS and GrDF.
The Expert Teleportation solution has now been selected by the innovative business nursery and incubator specializing in the aerospace and defense sector, situated at the Bordeaux Aéroparc technology park in Mérignac.
Operations Director at Singularity Insight Marc Bagur said: “We are developing this collaborative vision solution in terms of both hardware and software.”
This connected glasses system offers the user the ability to remotely view the field without physically changing location.
Field/office communications have thus been revolutionized by the simple click of a button and the installation of a Plug & Play.
Assessors no longer need to change location – their apprasial can be performed anywhere, anytime.
This solution is primarily of interest to the aircraft maintenance industry, but also other industrial sectors.
This system of connected glasses could also pave the way for remote technical training, a growth market which could enable the young company to grow from €200,000 in turnover in 2015 to revenues of €2 million in 2016.
Following a first round of crowdfunding through the Lendopolis platform, the SME, which is supported by the Public Investment Bank (BPI), is set to conduct more traditional fundraising with a goal of raising between €1.6 and €2 million and plans to recruit ten or so people in the next three months.
(Source: L’usine Digitale 28/11/2015)