London, United Kingdom, January 13, 2018 — The Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas, the world's biggest consumer tech trade show, opened on Tuesday. With four thousand exhibitors from 150 countries and nearly 200,000 visitors expected, CES has become the event not to be missed for high-tech companies, global distributors, buyers, manufacturers and media. With 365 companies, communities and organizations, the French represent the third largest delegation, just behind the United States and China. A number of start-ups have become a prime focus with their unexpected innovations, including Euveka, the French company, which has just been awarded for its connected mannequin.
Each year CES presents awards for innovations that have marked the market of new technologies over recent months. This year, Euveka, the start-up founded in 2011 by Audrey-Laure Bergenthal, is among the companies awarded by the organizers with its connected and scalable mannequin. The Euveka dummy recreates 80% of the current female morphologies from 1m55 to 1m80 in height, from size 8 to 18 and body types ranging from 17 to 77 years old.
Its technological innovation is designed to adapt as closely as possible to the curves and contours of the human body and driven by Euveka’s proprietary design software, can evolve fully (or by specific zone) in height or width. Their innovation revolutionizes the famous static bust of couture fashion designers' studios and cuts prototyping costs in half.
Located in the heart of the Rhône-Alpes region since 2011, Euveka is the French leader in mass customization process for the garment industry. Specialized in robotic technologies related to morphology and biomimicry, the company develops smart connected dummies and proprietary software to assist professionals of fashion, sport and medical sectors in prototyping and selling personalized clothes.
Date of creation: 2011
Workforce: 20 people
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