Amiral Technologies recently made several appearances in the media. The press talks about the startup, which continues to gain notoriety for its innovation in predictive maintenance.
First in march, L’Usine Digitale published an article about Amiral Technologies on the sidelines of the IOT, IA and Robotics trade 2019 SIDO event in Lyon. The startup exposed its technology on April 10th and 11th. Katia Hilal, CEO and co-founder clarifies several points in relation to her technology aimed to create “A zero defect and zero fault industry”. The media also exposes future projects as well as the company’s aspiration to accelerate its development. Click here to read the article
In may, she also answered to questions in the n° 745 Polytechnique alumni magazine: La Jaune et la Rouge. She explained the positioning genesis of Amiral Technologies on the predictive maintenance as well as the technical implementation. The digitalization of the industry, described as a major challenge of the startup is approached as the many rewards and prospects for the future that can only be promising. Click here to read the article
At the beginning of June, it was Grenoble’s monthly magazine of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Présences which praised Amiral Technologies’ big success. Founded more than a year ago, the startup focuses on the industrialization of its technology, particularly in the fields of transport equipment, manufacturing and energy. Amiral intends to grow by targeting the number of 30 employees in the next 4 to 5 years and especially attract more international customers. Click here to read the article
Our startup is also mentioned in the newspaper n° 293 dated June 7th by Green News Techno, a journal specialized in environmental and energy transition technologies. They were present at Forum 5i and interviewed Katia Hilal. Click here to read the article
Finally, Amiral Technologies is honored to appear in the article Big Trends in the “Hyperconnected World of Tomorrow” category by HelloTomorrow. The famous organization sees in Amiral’s project a big technological potential to solve the industrial challenges of the future. Click here to read the article