Among the many startups participating in Viva Technology, some of them – working in the fields of education, online commerce, telemedicine, etc. – are developing solutions to address the Coronavirus epidemic. VivaTech is helping to mobilize these startups and others who have joined us at past editions to offer their services and products free of charge, in solidarity with the fight against COVID-19. If you think your startup can make a useful contribution, answer the call from Cédric O and write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Klassroom is an application that facilitates disintermediated exchanges between parents, students and teachers.
Useful link: https://klassroom.fr/
Nomad Education is an application that offers fully dematerialized course review and exam preparation from secondary school to post-graduate studies, available for free.
Useful link: https://nomadeducation.fr/
SchoolMouv helps out families affected by the closing of primary and secondary schools.
Useful link: https://www.schoolmouv.fr/
2/ Public information
Clevyio makes its chatbot information technologies available to the general public, to raise awareness of recommendations approved by health authorities.
Useful link: https://covid19.clevy.io
Genci has supercomputers that are available to speed up the work of French academic and industrial researchers working on vaccine modeling.
Useful link: http://www.genci.fr/fr
Doctolib, from now on, will allow all doctors and patients in France to use its video consultation services free of charge.
Useful link: https://www.doctolib.fr/
Hellocare has made the commitment, as of 3rd March, to offer its teleconsultation service to private doctors for the duration of the Coronavirus epidemic.
Useful link: https://www.hellocare.pro/coronavirus
Hypra makes its personalized digital mediator available to people over 60, to help them avoid isolation during quarantine and stay stimulated and informed. Support is done remotely and generates a social bond, without risk.
Useful link: https://hypra.fr/-Accueil-1-.html
Lifen has made its home patient monitoring platform, built to emergency specifications in early March jointly with teams from CRESS, University of Paris, available as open source.
Useful link: https://www.lifen.fr/
Qare, specialist in teleconsultation, ramps up its training for doctors. In addition to offering them free teleconsultation services, this startup offers them free accelerated training to enable them to respond as quickly as possible to the needs of patients.
Useful link: https://www.qare.fr/
T-MED makes its telemedicine platform available to all business professionals free of charge and for an unlimited time.
Useful link: https://t-med.fr/
5/ Remote working
Jobscroller is free recruiting software that allows a business to conduct effective employee recruitment during the coronavirus while enabling job candidates to avoid any unnecessary travel.
Useful link: https://www.job-scroller.com/
Klaxoon, the suite of collaborative teamwork apps and tools, offers three months of free trial time for its remote work tools.
Useful link: https://klaxoon.com/fr/
Lifesize is a site that provides a free video conferencing account and allows users to add an unlimited number of colleagues to the conference, to enable co-working.
Useful link: https://signup.lifesize.com
Wimi, online software that simplifies teamwork and project management, sets up a free emergency service as of Friday 13th March, enabling up to 100,000 confined employees to be networked together in less than a week in case the Covid-19 epidemic moves to level 3 status.
Useful link: https://www.wimi-teamwork.com/fr/