Member - EUVEKA

Euveka is a French Fashion Tech Expert on the personalization of the processes in the textile and clothing industry. Founded by Audrey-Laure Bergenthal, Euveka is specialized in robotic technologies linked to morphology and biomimetic. We develop scalable and connected robot-mannequin, capable to reproduce human bodys’ diversty. This biometric solution is dedicated to textile professionals, from haute couture to ready-to-wear, but also on more technical sectors like sport, medical and security.

Type Startup or self-employed
Founded 2011
Company Size 30
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Headquarters 26000 Valence, France
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The result of seven years of R&D, Euveka's women connected model is a technological innovation designed to adapt as closely as possible to the evolution of the human body, according to age or morphotypes. Controlled by a design software, it can evolve integrally or by zone, in height and width, according to a scale of body and garment given. Denunciation of the diktat of thinness, personalization of clothing, development of a tech and ethical fashion: textile industries are facing strategic changes. Euveka has created an innovative technology to optimize the production until the sale of the products with a customization at each stage of clothing manufacturing and an optimal quality of control on a new model of growth, not on the volume but on the reduction of unsold products. In addition to personalized solutions for customers, Euveka's innovation facilitates manufacturing processes by saving time and dividing prototyping costs by 2, which is one of the most expensive steps for a company. By using our solution, industrials will maintain their production pace and reduce the unsold items. The advantages also include strategic matters to them. On the one hand, customers’ satisfaction will be stronger by having fitted clothes and professionals will have a global and a better understanding of their market on the other hand. All the collect data will provide them with business opportunities and new challenges. Also, brick and mortar traffic is in decline, forcing players to reinvent store and client experiences. Our Retail solution will enable clients to try on clothes directly on the robot-mannequin without fitting. Finally, sustainability concerns and circular economy principles are now an integral component of the value chain because our technology reduces the number of prototypes for less textile waste.
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Headquarters 26000 Valence, France

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