create new services

Creation of new service for consumers to complement the core business of the brand

Destination Pride

By PFLAG Canada

Every day in the US, more than 4,000 students drop out of school and thousands of kids miss school because they lack clean clothes. The Care Counts project involved installing washing machines in schools in order to reduce the rate of absenteeism of at-risk student in the classroom. For this, each student had an identifier linked to his name to correlate with their current presence.

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MY LINE Powered by Google

By Ministry of Communications and Technology of Colombia

The Ministry of Communications & Technology of Colombia wanted equal information access across its country where 90% of the territory is still rural with low rate of penetration of internet. They came up with the project “My Line” to allow people to have access to information on the internet via a standard phone without internet connection, thanks to Google Assistant.

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JFK Unsilenced

By The Times

The Times has once again demonstrated its expertise in news coverage by recreating, thanks to an AI and sound engineering, the speech John Fitzgerald Kennedy was supposed to deliver in Dallas on the 22nd of March, 1963. 1 billion editorial reach was one of the many consequences of this marketing campaign

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Vacation Matchmaker

By Tennessee Department of Tourist Development

In order to ease travel preparations and attract tourists, the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development suggests trips and activities according to one’s social media profile.

In order to help drivers to improve car maintenance and to spend less on reparations, Carfit developed a sensor that analyzes, among other things, tire and brake wear through the vibrations of the car. The results are then sent in real time to a smartphone app that everyone can download for free.

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Carfit Pulse

By Carfit

In order to help drivers to improve car maintenance and to spend less on reparations, Carfit developed a sensor that analyzes, among other things, tire and brake wear through the vibrations of the car. The results are then sent in real time to a smartphone app that everyone can download for free.

In order to help drivers to improve car maintenance and to spend less on reparations, Carfit developed a sensor that analyzes, among other things, tire and brake wear through the vibrations of the car. The results are then sent in real time to a smartphone app that everyone can download for free.

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The next Rembrandt

By ING

Rather than using data to improve business’ performance, ING chose a more artistic approach by using algorithms and 3D printing to offer to the world a new paining in Rembrandt’s style almost 4 centuries after the death of the Dutch painter

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Little bit of the tour

By Skoda

By making it possible for people visiting their webpage to discover biking routes near their home similar to each of the 21 stages of the last Tour de France, Skoda improve its brand awareness by 40% in the UK.

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Sword Phoenix, the first digital therapist

By Sword Health

Thanks to motion trackers and to an artificial intelligence analyzing patient movements, Sword Phoenix helps physiotherapists to supervise patients’ progress remotely and to even increase the performance of the rehabilitation programs.

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ShotTracker & Keemotion

By Keemotion

Keemotion’s technology enrichs basketball fans’ experience by enabling them to watch more basketball games from home and by providing them with statistical data about the game.

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