Idiap's spinoffs

The following startups and SMEs are perfect examples of success in converting innovative technologies developed at Idiap into successful companies. Don't hesitate to have a look on their website, as they might be looking for talents.

Our spinoffs

 

Since 2010, AudioSearch's technology uses automatic keyword detection to index and retrieve phone conversation recorded on mobile phone or voice IP.
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Chirdeep Chhabra or Mathew Magimai Doss

 

Eyeware's solutions use eye tracking information in real-world interactions, by capturing user attention, intention, and interest. It allows to increase human-machine engagement thanks to computer vision algorithms.
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Kenneth Funes

 

KeyLemon's technology allow your device to recognize you in a natural and passive way, like a human does, rather than using a password. They are pioneers in biometric authentication solutions via 2D and 3D face recognition.
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Gilles Florey

 

Klewel offers the latest end-to-end webcasting service. This allows event's presentations to be shared publicly or privately to give organizations the visibility and the guarantee to save the knowledge for the future.
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Mael Guillemot

 

 

Recapp offers a cloud-based service that records, archives, analyses and reviews in-person and teleconference meetings. The technology is especially focused on the recognition of Swiss German dialects.
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David Imseng

 

VimaLink solutions are able to understand people traits and behavior with a level of accuracy never achieved before, combining behavioral science with advanced technologies, e.g. in an automatic system for analyzing soft skills in video resumes.
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Raphaël Héraïef

 

IdeArk is one of the TheArk sites. It specializes in multi-modal interactions and management of multimedia information to transforms ideas into commercial development of promising new technologies, particularly those originating from Idiap.
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François Foglia

 

The following startups are former Idiap spinoffs, some have been acquired and others are no longer active.

Biowatch
Its band replaced traditional badges, cards, keys, passwords, PIN codes and biometrics. Worn on the wrist of the user, biowatch band provides secure and seamless authentication to devices, services and premises.

Koemei
It offered a cloud voice recognition software package, enabling verbal input to be transcribed automatically to text. It was acquired by Crealogix in 2017.

DigitArena
Its technology naturally processes video streams in real time, including replacing advertisement in the stream.