Physical and sporting activity is a major public health priority.
It is a constantly changing sector, which has been fundamentally transformed and improved by new technologies. And France’s startup ecosystem is fully engaged in this transformation.
The winning combination in sports innovation in France: performance and health.
The primary objective: support and protect.
Numerous French companies are developing innovative solutions for healthcare practitioners and professionals, based on simple but technologically advanced tools.
These changes have marked a watershed in some professional sports.
The French pavilion is partnering with Business France to promote some of the solutions offered by French firms in the sports sector.
Blueback has joined forces with physiotherapists to develop a medical device that works the transversus abdominal muscle and tracks its activity in real time.
Cryomanufacturing makes cryotherapy cabins featuring a unique onboard intelligence system. Equipped with a high-end SIEMENS automaton, they continuously calculate the amount of nitrogen to inject to regulate the temperature.
EBiody makes multi-frequency impedance analyzers for greater accuracy and full-body analysis. This patented device has a proven track record in the sports, medical and wellbeing sectors.
The startup Mad-Up has marketed a device (patented in 2019) that enables the safe therapeutic use of BFR training and combines physical exercise with tissue oxygenation control. It is the only device to date that combines BFR and physiological function analysis, allowing for safe and customized use in all patients from top-level athletes to the elderly.
Chronolife provides digital health services tailored to the needs of professional users. The startup has developed KeesenseTM (CE Class IIa), a connected t-shirt that simultaneously measures several physiological parameters: the heart’s electrical activity, heart rate, thoracic and abdominal respiration, skin temperature, physical activity, and pulmonary impedance.
Noraker specializes in designing, manufacturing, and marketing implantable medical devices based on synthetic biomaterials used in regenerative medicine. Thus, Noraker focuses on bone regeneration in orthopedic patients who have undergone spinal, maxillofacial or dental surgery.