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MonacoTech, the Incubator and Accelerator of startups created by the Monegasque State, in partnership with Monaco Telecom and Xavier Niel, convened last month to consider applications, the Government confirmed on Thursday.
Out of 67 entries, five were shortlisted for assistance.
CIEL markets or leases airborne drones that can fly for several days, carrying a heavier load than traditional drones (up to 70 kg) and at a lower cost. The target markets for this equipment are surveillance, surveying, civil and public safety, communications, information and entertainment.
Hyve is a mobile event ticketing application that will permit users to buy, exchange and also sell tickets. The app that also organises your events from start to finish, integrating additional services, such as booking transportation, accommodation.
KeeSystem offers an innovative solution to simplify wealth management – independent asset manager, family offices and private banks – with a customised tool to manage all strategic activities and simplify the business of wealth management in an increasingly complex environment.
TerraioT consists of creating complete IoT solutions for the smart city – IoT for transport, parking, security, business intelligence.
YouStock is an app that allows you to order storage boxes of all sizes, store unused items and store them in secure storage for a specified period of time without moving from home.
For the second MonacoTech call for applications, which had a deadline of August 20, 105 files were submitted. A new jury will meet on September 18, 2017 to designate future projects.
Nice Airport has announced a complete reopening of Terminal 2 this month in an effort to get holiday travellers safely where they need to be.
The Monaco Town Hall has organised a number of “Covid safe” events to ensure a merry and bright Christmas for all this festive season.
Boris Herrmann, captain of the Seaexplorer-Yacht Club de Monaco, aided in the rescue effort to find fellow sailor Kevin Escoffier after he was forced to abandon ship.
BeMed officially launched its Business College on Monday, supporting companies of all sectors and sizes in implementing concrete solutions to reduce plastic pollution.
The city of Nice has prepared a major commemoration on Friday, July 14, to honour the victims of last year’s horrific Bastille Day atrocity on the Promenade des Anglais.
Between 9 am and 6 pm, 12,000 blue, white and red plaques will be distributed to the public on Quai des Etats-Unis. The immense message made up by the individual plaques will be filmed by a drone and shown on screens at around 8 pm.
A military parade will take place on Place Masséna, in the presence of 2,000 guests, from 4:30-6:30 pm. In the air, the Patrouille de France will also pay tribute to the victims, to the security forces, doctors and nurses and all the professionals who mobilised 12 months ago in the wake of the attack, which took the lives of 86 people.
President Macron is expected to join the Mayor of Nice, Christian Estrosi, during the ceremonies.
In the evening, the Promenade des Anglais will be the focal point of events, with the showing of the film "Himalaya", the reading of texts by eight actors, a concert by the Nice Philharmonic Orchestra and the Choir de l'Opéra. A fireworks display and a concert that will end with the Marseillaise and an ultimate Nissa la Bella. Eighty-six giant light beams, one for each of the victims, will shine out over the Bay.
At 10:45 pm, the public will disperse to the sound of Pachelbel's Canon.
Major road diversions are planned during the day.