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MagicEvent.com showcases its apartment rental platform on stand B912 at the Business Travel Show 2016

FAURE Alice - 10-févr.-2016 12:29:47

MagicEvent.com, a French start-up dedicated to peer-to-peer accommodation for business travellers, will showcase its reservations platform on stand B912 at the Business Travel Show, Olympia Grand London on 24-25 February 2016. Launched in 2014, MagicEvent.com is the leading peer-to-peer accommodation and service website exclusively dedicated to business travel. MagicEvent offers over 20,000 types of accommodation – studios, apartments, villas – in 60 cities across Europe and around the world, such as Paris, Cannes, London, Barcelona and Hanover. Providing a real alternative to hotels, business travellers are increasingly using apartment rentals for reasons related to cost, space and comfort. All accommodation on MagicEvent.com is selected to meet the needs of business travellers in terms of comfort and safety, and are in close proximity to exhibition and conference centres or in the centre of town. Accommodation is rated between 1 and 5 stars based on objective criteria related to comfort and amenities. “More and more business travellers have tested apartment rental on peer-to-peer websites for personal travel, and are looking to benefit from the same advantages for business travel,” explains Valéry Linÿer, CEO and Co-founder of MagicEvent.com. “This type of accommodation provides savings of 30% to 60%, without including the costs saved on restaurants and transport.” MagicEvent also offers a mobile concierge app for reserving numerous services during a stay in Paris. Prior to their trip or while travelling, professionals will have access to room service, as well as car and laundry services and practical/tourist information to help with their stay. To facilitate the reservation and management of accommodation expenses by companies, MagicEvent.com has developed services that are 100% business-oriented: group agreements for large companies, an expenses monitoring and optimisation tool for travel managers, the Magic Business Card loyalty programme for executive assistants, the Pro Travel Agency offer for travel agencies, and white label sites for events organisers. “We have simplified the reservation method as far as possible to allow payment by bank transfer, or monthly invoicing,” adds Valéry Linyer. “Our tools perfectly meet the needs of companies looking to promote this type of accommodation and monitor the expenses and travel of their employees. Travel managers can have complete confidence in MagicEvent since our entire offer is adapted to business travel, in terms of location, comfort and safety.” Since its launch, the start-up has raised capital three times, to the sum of €3,000,000. It employs around 20 employees in France, Germany and Madagascar. About MagicEvent.com Launched in 2014, MagicEvent.com is the first sharing economy portal dedicated to business travellers. They can find accommodation next to exhibition and conference centres, and services in major European business cities. MagicEvent.com was founded by three partners: Valéry Linÿer, William Lecerf and Eric Christophe. Valéry has spent his career working in the events industry in France but internationally. He has set up events in Paris, Cannes, Hong Kong, Geneva, Abu Dhabi and Doha, and has attended many other events across all sectors. “It is often difficult to find somewhere to stay during these major international events. A shortage of hotel rooms leads to an immense increase in prices and extended transportation times. Business travellers have more and more budget constraints. Renting an apartment offers more space and sometimes more comfort for a better price.” William specialises in short term rental and related services in Cannes. He works on many events and conferences across the city. Eric Christophe, previously an Information Systems Director for a major financial group, is in charge of development and SEO. The start-up carried out fundraising in 2013 with several funders. Further fundraising to the sum of €1 million in November 2014 allowed MagicEvent.com to accelerate its development in Europe, setting up offices in Paris and Cologne. In September 2015, MagicEvent.com fundraised €1.5 million, which will allow it to develop its website for international clients and develop new services for business travellers. Among the start-up’s shareholders are Benoît Bassi, Partner and President of Bridgepoint Business in France, and board member for the Bridgepoint Group, and Michael Benabou, Co-founder of Vente‑Privée.com. The Banque Publique d’Investissement (BPI) and other investment companies are also helping the start-up to develop further. For further information on Magic Event, go to www.magicevent.com or contact: Bérengère Bonnet Marketing/Communications Director MagicEvent.com 182 Avenue Charles de Gaulle 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine France Tel:  +33 (0)1 84 02 10 72 Mobile: +33 (0)6 86 86 37 12 Email:  b.bonnet@magicevent.com For a video on MagicEvent.com, go to: www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bfTNwM4veU For further information regarding this press release, contact: Fran Lambert, Communications & Marketing Adviser Business France – The French Trade Commission in the UK Tel: +44 (0)20 7024 3613 Email:  fran.lambert@businessfrance.fr

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Services

Optimise user experiences on your mobile app: ip-label showcases its mobile APM tool on the French Pavilion at Mobile World Congress 2016

FAURE Alice - 09-févr.-2016 11:28:22

 i p -label is a frontrunner in the application performance management (APM) market. The Mobile APM offer from ip-label lets customers measure and optimise user experience throughout the mobile application’s lifecycle. This French software vendor will showcase its new service on the French Pavilion (stand 5B41) at MWC 2016 in Barcelona on 22-25 February 2016.   Assess the experience of each and every user ip-label’s new mobile APM tool is the only one of its kind on the market because of its dual approach: it tests how well mobile apps are operating with real users as well as on batteries of test-calibrated devices By combining active monitoring (robots running 24/7) and real-user monitoring (RUM), the mobile APM comprehensively tests all apps running on Android and Apple devices, providing:   evaluation of user experience thanks to our Mobile Index; 24/7 monitoring of operations; e-mails or SMS alerts when incidents arise; details on errors and crashes encountered on any device, OS, OS version, and third-party service.       ip-label has already exhibited at a number of high-profile international trade shows such as Connected Cars 2015 in London, where it presented a successful conference session on issues related to the performance of connected car services. It is looking forward to sharing its experience in optimising the performance of mobile apps at MWC 2016. Stop by the French Pavilion (stand 5B41) any time between 22 and 25 February to meet ip‑label and watch a demo of the new mobile APM at its stand next to Systematic Paris Region and French Tech in Hall 5.   “Quality of experience is nothing less than essential. A negative user experience can hurt your mobile app (uninstall, abandon, etc.), your brand image, and your business, too (star ratings and comments by app store users). Our mobile APM tool was designed to audit and improve what really matters to user experience.”   – Christophe Depeux, Managing Director, ip-label.       About ip-label ip-label has been a leader in the APM market since 2001. Its solutions measure the quality of user experiences for all digital services (including web, business, mobile, voice and telephone applications). More than 1000 customers the world over rely on ip-label to audit and optimise the availability and performance of crucial applications. Its local teams, plus a network of certified partners, provide assistance and expertise to accompany customers in their digital transformation. ip-label’s clients include: Allianz, AXA, Air France,  EDF, European Parlement, HSBC, Orange, Nordea, Pernod Ricard, Metro Paris (TER/STIF), Swisscom, Mobistar, Total,  voyages-sncf and Vueling.                                                                                  For further information on ip-label, contact:                                                                                Dan Jayes Marketing Manager djayes@ip-label.com   Tel: +33 (0)1 77 49 53 15 Web: www.ip-label.com   https://youtu.be/L6XsXaMW-wM     For further information on this press release, contact: Fran Lambert, Communications & Marketing Adviser Business France fran.lambert@businessfrance.fr Tel: +44 (0)20 7024 3613   View other press releases at: www.youbuyfrance.com/uk/        

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Services

SYSTRAN showcases new language service APIs to build ground-breaking apps at Mobile World Congress 2016

Fran Lambert - 08-févr.-2016 10:37:55

  SYSTRAN, the leading provider of intelligent language technologies, will be showcasing a cloud based application program interface (API) platform offering natural language processing (NLP) services on the French Pavilion (stand 5B61) at MWC 2016, 22 25 February 2016. The aim of this new platform is to let independent developers and companies explore the vast ocean of multilingual data and obtain these data in an analysis-friendly form. The world is awash in digital data and relevant information is mostly textual and unstructured. Making sense of all these data has become a huge challenge. In this context, NLP technologies are the only way to understand them quickly and monetise them. In addition to generating greater insight, these technologies also help automate functions intelligently and make products or software applications easier to use. Leading the way in language technology for over forty years, SYSTRAN will demonstrate a new collection of REST APIs for text extraction, translation, and NLP. These web services are aimed at independent developers, IT service providers or in-house IT departments that need to exploit and analyse both structured and unstructured multilingual content, such as user-generated content, social media, web content and more. As a start, available technologies are machine translation (MT) and dictionary lock-up, NLP (language detection, named entity recognition, segmentation and tokenisation, morphological analysis, syntactic Analysis, transliteration) and text extraction (document filtering, speech to text and soon optical character recognition). For each technology, SYSTRAN provides the API reference documentation, client libraries (which can be downloaded from Github) and sample codes to give a quick overview of the service. A free trial is also possible using a SYSTRAN account or an existing social media login such as Google, Microsoft, GitHub or Naver. Numerous languages are supported including Asian and Middle-Eastern languages. “The MWC is the perfect place to present our new web services and we hope that making our core NLP technologies available will help developers unleash their creativity and come up with ground-breaking application ideas,” says Arnaud Dufournet, Marketing & Communications Director at SYSTRAN. Come and visit SYSTRAN on the French Pavilion (Stand 5B61) at MWC 2016! About SYSTRAN For over four decades, SYSTRAN has been the market leader in language-translation products and solutions, covering all types of platforms, from desktop to internet and enterprise servers. To help organisations enhance multilingual communication and increase productivity, SYSTRAN delivers real-time language solutions for internal collaboration, search, eDiscovery, content management, online customer support and e-Commerce. With the ability to facilitate communication in 130+ language combinations, SYSTRAN is the leading choice of global companies, defence and security organisations, and language service providers. SYSTRAN is also the official translation solutions provider for the S-Translator, a default-embedded app on the Samsung Galaxy S and Note series. Since its early beginnings, SYSTRAN has been pioneering advances in machine translation and NLP. Its latest achievement, a new-generation Hybrid MT, combines the predictability and language consistency of rule-based machine translation with the fluency of statistical MT. SYSTRAN is headquartered in Seoul with offices in Daejeon in South Korea, Paris in France and San Diego in the USA. For more information on SYSTRAN, visit www.systransoft.com  or contact: Arnaud Dufournet Marketing & Communications Director Tel: +33 (0)1 44 82 49 00 Email: arnaud.dufournet@systrangroup.com For more information on this press release, contact: Fran Lambert, Communications & Marketing Adviser Business France – The French Trade Commission in the UK Tel: +44 (0)20 7024 3613 Email: fran.lambert@businessfrance.fr View other press releases at:  www.youbuyfrance.com/uk/

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What if we were to cast aside current preconceptions of France?

FAURE Alice - 03-févr.-2016 11:24:12

Créative France favours the element of surprise, immersing us in a landscape full of hidden treasures showcasing unexpectedly ingenious features. On one side, a typical French garden reflects the excellence and expertise for which France is renowned. On the other, France emerges as a nation full of creativity, innovation, disruptive technology, strong commitment and collaborative partnerships. French creative culture does indeed exist, fostered by a unique approach combining cutting-edge technology, savoir-faire, art de vivre, realism and innovative inventions. This combination reflects change in a society that is not only inspired by its roots but driven by its entrepreneurial spirit. The flagbearers for this creative culture of surprises, technology, poetry and effective inspiration are mostly young businesses looking for an edge in their designs. From coming up with an idea to implementing it, French creativity demonstrates its power to enrich our daily lives, improve the quality and sustainability of products and services, and play its part in advancing society. Amidst this creative landscape, a musical instrument lies alongside beside surgical pliers; an exoskeleton stands beside an amphibious boat; a wall plate hangs beside a photovoltaic film. French design embodies this bold blend of culture, economy and industry, by finding a creative balance all of its own that is recognised the world over. This creative melting pot owes nothing to chance, channelling its extraordinary ability and versatility into envisaging and initiating dialogue across different professional cultures. Projects both big and small presented as part of the Créative France campaign showcase an impressive human adventure and reveal a message of optimism and confidence. CRÉATIVE FRANCE , POWERED BY BUSINESS FRANCE

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A high-quality and varied French offering on show at Oceanology International 2016

Fran Lambert - 01-févr.-2016 17:54:49

Sixteen innovative French companies will be showcasing products, technologies and innovations across a 180m 2 area on the Business France pavilion (stands J200, K200 and K300) at the Oceanology International 2016 trade show, ExCeL London on 15-17 March. Business France, the national agency promoting internationalisation of the French economy, will be organising the pavilion in partnership with the Méditerranée and Bretagne Atlantique “Pôle Mer” innovation clusters. Oceanology International is Europe’s only event targeting marine exploitation, research, the offshore industry (oil, gas and renewable energies), instrumentation, geophysics and all sectors applicable to the marine environment. As such, it represents an ideal opportunity for French suppliers keen to meet with key decision-makers, find a partner or introduce their products and technologies to foreign professionals in the sector. According to the Pôle Mer clusters, France’s maritime economy currently represents revenue of €53 billion and employs 300,000 people. The world’s second largest exclusive economic zone (EEZ), with a maritime surface area of 11 million km 2 , France definitely has a strong hand to play when it comes to capturing a significant share of these expanding markets. New activities, which did not exist ten years ago, are now worth almost $190 billion. Between now and 2020, emerging markets such as extraction of marine minerals, marine energy, algae-based biofuels and aquaculture should generate global sales of almost $450 billion a year. Come and see the full range of French expertise at stands J200, K200 and K300 on the Business France pavilion , where the following companies will be exhibiting: CADDEN SARL : supplies sensors and systems for positioning, guidance, oceanography and navigation – www.cadenn.fr CISCREA : cameras and subsea lighting, subsea junction boxes and switches – www.ciscrea.fr COMEX SA : the global leader in human and robotic subsea engineering, technology and intervention – www.comex.fr FIT ESIC : an engineering company specialising in high-precision surveys and measurement – www.fit-esic.fr FLUIDION SAS : autonomous sampling and measurement systems for environmental monitoring – www.fluidion.com HYDROPTIC SARL : measurement and control devices and meteorological equipment – www.hydroptic.com IFREMER : marine exploitation research institute – www.ifremer.fr LAPP MULLER : custom cabling systems for maritime and subsea work – www.lappgroup.com OPEN OCEAN SAS : online decision support solutions for the marine industry (on-demand metocean studies) – www.openocean.fr OSEAN SAS : subsea lighting and electronic systems for subsea intervention – www.osean.fr POLE MER BRETAGNE ATLANTIQUE and POLE MER MEDITERRANNEE : innovation clusters with a global reach; development of the maritime and coastal economy – www.pole-mer.fr SATT OUEST VALORISATION : offers businesses attractive innovation resources resulting from public research – www.ouest-valorisation.fr SIG FRANCE : marine seismic equipment, sparker and boomer sources, acoustic sources and electrodes (the multi-strand model of which is well known on ships) – www.marine-seismic-equipments.com SUBSEA TECH : subsea cameras, subsea intervention and inspection, and surface drones – www.subsea-tech.com TECHNICAP : a full range of products and measurement instruments for the marine industry – www.technicap.com A full list of French exhibitors on the Business France pavilion at Oceanology International 2016 can be found here: www.oceanologyinternational.com/     About Business France   Business France is the national agency promoting internationalisation of the French economy. It is responsible for fostering international expansion and export growth among French companies, as well as seeking out and facilitating international investment in France. It promotes the attractiveness and economic image of France, its companies and its regions. It manages and develops the International Company Volunteering (V.I.E.) scheme.   Established on 1 January 2015, Business France was formed by merging Ubifrance and the Invest in France Agency. Business France has 1,500 employees in France and 70 other countries. It is supported by a network of public and private sector partners.   For more information on Business France, visit www.businessfrance.fr or contact:   Claude Ménard, Project Manager Business France Tel: +33 (0)1 40 73 30 97 E-mail: claude.menard@businessfrance.fr Website: www.businessfrance.fr   For more information on this press release, contact:   Fran Lambert, Communications & Marketing Adviser Business France – The French Trade Commission in the UK Tel: +44 (0)20 7024 3613 Email:  fran.lambert@businessfrance.fr View other press releases at: www.youbuyfrance.com/uk/

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Experts in dangerous goods transportation showcase complete value chain on the Dangerous Goods Logistics pavilion at SITL Europe 2016

Fran Lambert - 18-janv.-2016 15:31:11

For the first time, SITL Europe 2016, taking place on 22-25 March 2016 in Hall 6 of the Parc des Expositions, Paris Nord Villepinte, France, will feature the new Dangerous Goods Logistics pavilion.  With an exhibition zone and a programme of dedicated conferences and workshops, there will be a complete value chain of experts in dangerous goods transportation, such as accreditation and training organisations, logistics service providers, transport operators, logistics hubs, warehouse and transport equipment (tanks, industrial coachwork, storage) and packaging. Dangerous goods regulations affect everybody. The majority of manufacturers and distributors must ensure security across logistics operations involving dangerous goods. But regulations are frequently misunderstood and the solutions are not immediately obvious.  Regulations applicable to the transportation of dangerous goods, such as the SEVESO III directive, new environmental protection classifications (ICPE), Classification-Labelling-Packaging (CLP) and ADR, IATA, IMDG, RID and ADN codes, have become increasingly strict and are constantly evolving. In the fields of transport, logistics and packaging, risk prevention, safety and security are at the heart of supply chain excellence.  A sector of excellence Taking into account all transport modes, 15% of global goods traffic involves dangerous materials. From the point of origin to the final client, their management depends on a value chain of experts conforming to strict guidelines. The regulations are updated every two years through ADR, IATA, IMDG, RID and AND codes. Along with hydrocarbons, chemical and gaseous goods, many everyday goods have been classified as ‘sensitive products’ requiring specific logistics procedures. This is the case with perfumes, certain beauty products, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, most household detergents, and an increasing number of waste products. ‘In order to respond to a multitude of challenges, SITL Europe 2016 along with the ANCS (National Association of Safety Advisers), is bringing together all experts in the sector,’ says Alan Bagnaud, Director of Reed Exhibitions Transport & Logistics. ‘Thanks to its exhibitors and programme of dedicated conferences and workshops, the Dangerous Goods Logistics pavilion offers shippers up-to-date information on the regulatory environment, which will offer a real advantage to an increasingly complex sector.’   According to Olivier Bicanic, Customs and International Trade Manager at GMJ Phoenix and Editor of the Solutions TMD guide surveying 600 specialist suppliers in dangerous supply chains, ‘Whether in-house or external, the security adviser is at the centre of the value chain and the daily challenge  they face depends on the diversity of products, the risks associated in their handling and their quantities.’ A 100% ADR network In terms of dangerous supply chains, shippers have high expectations. ‘Given the expertise required for the secure treatment of chemical products, procurement managers are increasingly alert to the capacities  of national, European and international transport and logistics supplier networks. They expect total control over ADR and flexibility in the organisation and management of movement,’ explains Bruno Guillard, Business Development Manager for Chem-Logistics Europe (Dachser France) and member of the Steering Committee for Dangerous Goods Logistics. The expectations of the chemical industry are at the heart of the creation of the Dachser Group’s Chem-Logistics solution. With an integrated network of 333 agencies in Europe, 100% ADR, partly SQAS (Safety & Quality Assessment System) evaluated, the Dachser Group has developed a dedicated service based on secure processes, scheduling and packaging equipment specifically for handling, storage, and the transport of pallets.  ‘The Chem-Logistics solution is supported by a team of 164 European security advisers for the transportation of dangerous goods (CSTMD). At the same time, training on classed products and their procedures form part of annual information updates provided to our associates,’ adds Guillard. SEVESO III directive  Based on the quantities of dangerous materials stored, new warehouse standards entered into force on 1st June 2015. ‘Under the title SEVESO III in a European directive transposed into French law, this establishes stricter rules on safety and security. Where an existing building is modified or enlarged, applying the law requires changes to be made to existing installations or – more frequently – new ones to be created,’ says Pascal Robat, a consultant specialising in logistics and transportation to different urban areas. A member of the Steering Committee for Dangerous Goods Logistics, he worked on the planning for the LOGIPARC 03 multimodal hub in Moulins, a town in the Allier department of France.  Conceived under the framework of standard ISO 14001, the logistics park will open in early 2017 as the first SEVESO III certified building.  Following an agreement signed in February 2014 with the Moulins urban area on the initiative of the company Eiffage Construction, the building will be operated by Transports Bourrat and will offer a storage capacity of 18,000m². This multipurpose storage capability, the only of its kind, is designed to handle most products included in the new nomenclature for ICPE-classified installations. With access to road and rail connections and combined rail-road, the space can be sub-divided into several units of up to 500m². Regulatory monitoring Regulations that aim to facilitate data sharing between dangerous goods actors could enter into force in 2017-2019 by converting to the digitisation of transport documents using telematics systems. To this effect the presence of MD Service will allow for the presentation of the GEOTRANS MD project. ‘GéoTransMD is an ambitious joint project on the Geolocation of Dangerous Goods presented at the fifteenth call for projects by the Fonds Unique Interministériel (Single Interministerial Fund – FUI15). It aims to define European telematics architecture which ensures the delivery of secure data on the quality and quantity of dangerous goods transported by road, rail or inland waterways,’ explains Matthieu Bernadet, Director of MD Service. Research laboratories (CEREMA, LNE and CEA), private-sector companies (NOVACOM, GLS and ERECA) and MD Service, a consultant member of the GEOTRANS MD consortium, will come together for the first time at SITL Europe 2016, to exhibit the potential applications and their expected advantages. For further information regarding the Dangerous Goods Logistics pavilion at SITL Europe 2016, visit www.sitl.eu/en/Home/  or contact: Silviane Dubail Press Relations Adviser SD Com Tel: +33 (0)6 07 53 53 43 Email: sdubail@sdcom.fr For further information regarding this press release, contact: Fran Lambert, Communications & Marketing Adviser Business France (The French Trade Commission in the UK) Tel: +44 (0)20 7024 3613 Email: fran.lambert@businessfrance.fr View other press releases at:  www.youbuyfrance.com/uk/

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Saturn, the innovative programmable rail safety I/O network by ClearSy of France, runs rings around the competition

Fran Lambert - 21-déc.-2015 11:42:27

ClearSy of France develops and markets electronic and software safety solutions for the rail industry. It is now introducing a new hardware platform called Saturn to its railway product range FERSIL, which is dedicated to managing remote input/output (SIL0, SIL2, SIL4) systems for rail.  The new Saturn platform is a robust, widely available safety solution. It coordinates remote I/O management systems and is an ideal solution for rail applications. Both easy to configure and efficient, Saturn significantly reduces the amount of cabling and costs that are typically incurred. It is suited for both TCMS (Train Control Monitoring System) use or on platforms and track side applications. Saturn is a Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) platform offering a cost-effective solution to accelerate “time-to-market” and to boost transit rail car projects without incurring the elevated costs and high risks of an Independent Safety Assessment (ISA) process. The Saturn platform is a product portfolio built on a generic concept. It supports mixed heterogeneous configurations of SIL0, SIL2, and SIL4 modules on the same unique copper cable or fibre optic-based communication network. Saturn allows system engineers to design fully integrated, efficient, and cost effective I/O management systems for train operations with both safety-critical and non-safety-critical equipment on the same data network. The Saturn platform can be expanded by adding self-contained or custom I/O modules to match any on-board application requirements. It is based on an innovative state-of-the-art dual, redundant ring communication network, and an open safety protocol fully compliant with EN 50159-2 standard. "The Saturn concept is inherently flexible and we invite our customers to design and integrate their own Saturn-compliant I/O modules without any limits!" says Thierry Servat, President of ClearSy. Saturn can be installed on both new and renovated trains. It can also be installed on platforms and track side applications, and used to run specific parts of the system, such as switches or platform screen doors/automatic platform gates in underground stations. The Saturn system is based on a range of remote I/O modules operating at different safety levels (SIL2, SIL3 or SIL4), in which a controller unit manages the ring communication network and an innovative open communications protocol, enabling a 1m/s cycle time. Users may also customise their Saturn system to suit their respective applications. About ClearSy ClearSy is a French SME that specialises in producing software and safety systems certified SIL1 to SIL4, the highest safety levels in the field of rail. A major player in the rail industry, ClearSy has worked with Alstom, Bombardier, GE Transportation, Siemens, the RATP and Thalès. From its position as an SME, it produces fully-secure turnkey systems from design to approval, verification and the ultimate go-live. For further information on ClearSy, contact: Thierry Servat Tel: +33 (0)4 42 37 12 70 Mobile: +33 (0)6 15 55 40 60  Email: contact@clearsy.com www.clearsy.com/en/   www.fersil-railway.com For further information on this press release, contact: Fran Lambert, Communications & Marketing Adviser Business France – The French Trade Commission in the UK Tel: +44 (0)20 7024 3613 Email: fran.lambert@businessfrance.fr View other press releases at:  www.youbuyfrance.com/uk/

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