Latest news ! We will at Viva Technology 2023
VivaTech is the world's rendezvous for startups and leaders to celebrate innovation. It's a gathering of the world's brightest minds, talents, and products.
We will be there to present PICTUM, our fun tool to better know and recognize fish in live condition dedicated to aquariums! Vivatech will also be an opportunity for us to meet startups evolving in the AI tech and create new friendships.
>> Come and meet us booth G53 next 14-17 June in Paris !
🙏 We warmly thank the Gouvernement de la Nouvelle-Calédonie for initiating and organizing our participation with the New Caledonian Tech team as well as to Aircalin and the Province Sud, without whom nothing would have been possible.
[01/12/2022] Tech For Good New Caledonia Summit & Women In Tech Awards
I am very proud to have presented PICTUM our new tool for real-time automatic fish recognition at the 1st Tech For Good New Caledonia Summit.
>> Our innovation was also highlighted during this event where I had the honor of receiving the Women In Tech award for all the work done so far!
Thank you to the Gouvernement de la Nouvelle-Calédonie which supports the entire innovation ecosystem and thank you to La French Tech Nouvelle-Calédonie for organizing this great event which highlighted our ecosystem and our ambitions.
Just the once will not hurt, that deserves at least a little selfie 😉
Thank you to all the people and institutions who support us in this adventure!
Nausicaa Centre National de la Mer
Aquarium des lagons de Nouméa
La French Tech Nouvelle-Calédonie
Gouvernement de la Nouvelle-Calédonie
Choose province Sud ! Bureau des Investisseurs
Choose New Caledonia!
[04/11/2022] Our live demonstrator of PICTUM is now available
Our live demonstrator of PICTUM is now available on https://pictum.visioon.nc
We have developed a live demonstrator in collaboration with Nausicaá – Centre National de la Mer to present PICTUM on streaming video during the 11th International Aquarium Congress from 30 October to 4 November 2022.
The objective of this demonstrator was to implement our technology on a live video streaming.
At this stage, on two species present in one of Nausicaa's aquariums, we wanted to assess the ability of PICTUM to operate in live conditions: reception of the video stream on our server, activation of recognition algorithms according to the actions of the user and retransmission of the result to the user live..
Keep in mind that we still have to improve our product (fluidity, speed, quality) but with this demonstrator developed in just 4 weeks, you have a good idea of PICTUM's capabilities.
>> Go on PICTUM live and play with our AI as much as you want!
[03/11/2022] Presentation of PICTUM at the IAC2022
We are very proud to have presented our new tool "PICTUM" during the International Congress of Aquariums which took place all this week at Nausicaa Center National de la Mer.
500 participants gathered around a common theme: "commit and act for the Blue Planet"!
To see and review the presentation of PICTUM it's here 👇
[17/02/2022] Presentation of our new product : PICTUM
PICTUM is a connected, intelligent and interactive system for automatic recognition of marine species. It is a fun tool that allows a user to locate, identify and learn about marine fauna in real time.
In all aquariums, visitors typically have visual illustrations and descriptions of the main species present in the different tanks. These illustrations, called "cartels" [interpretative signs] are fixed near the tanks. Visitors use them to inform themselves and have fun finding the corresponding species in situ. In practice, visitors often find it difficult to make the connection between the interpretative signs and the fish present in the tanks. Our product makes it possible to digitize and modernize these signs, offering a new, fun interactive way for visitors to increase their knowledge of marine biodiversity.
Our strength is to offer a functional tool. Our technology is based on a patented solution to effectively train our species recognition algorithms. Our technology has been validated during testing carried out in the Aquarium des lagons de Nouméa, giving species recognition performance close to 90%.