This year, the Nice Côte-d’Azur Metropolis is supporting three start-ups at the Consumer Electronic Show, the world‘s largest digital show. Among them, “IRATEN”, a start-up dedicated to progress.
While the 54e edition of the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas is in full swing despite the health crisis, the promising start-up “IRATEN” is in the game. The company headed by Patrice Flori can count on the undisputed support of the Nice Côte-d’Azur Metropolis.
The mayor of Nice, with a view to making his city a model of innovation, only welcomes the presence of start-ups: “for a few years, I have been committed to supporting young entrepreneurs who bet on innovation”. A smart city, an ambassadorial territory for innovation in Europe, and the development of start-ups, these are the wishes of the mayor of the city of Nice for the future.
With CES Las Vegas 2021 as a launching pad, the start-ups “IOTHINK SOLUTIONS“, “TALENTCON“and”IRATES“, all based in the Alpes-Maritimes, are working to make the department progress in a positive way either through technology. In any case, this is how start-ups are perceived by the ambitious Christian Estrosi: “a 100% digital edition that will showcase our local start-ups and reveal all their dynamism and creativity”. Dynamic and creative, two words perfectly fitting the project “IRATES“.
A development asset for Nice
Based in Nice, on Place Garibaldi, “IRATES“publishes software that meets the optimization and automation needs of business information systems. Specialized in data processing since 1989, date of creation, Patrice Flori, owner for three years, leads a team of four people competent.
After a career of more than 20 years as IT director in industry in Monaco, a new adventure begins: “for a few years, we have been doing” machine learning “around the data collected in order to be able to draw lessons in order to help companies to work better in the industrial or management field”.
With banks, public administrations and complementary health services as customers, “IRATES“has recently developed sensors to track, in real time, all self-service vehicles such as cars, bicycles, or rental scooters. An interesting novelty for the city of Nice and users, in a city center with heavy traffic.In addition, the sensors installed can also track valuable vehicles but also works of art, a concept that should reassure vehicle tenants.
More information about the start-up here: https://oriade.net/#clients-1