History and Mission

delvalleNively is a French company specialising and it specializes in indoor location of people and objects for ambient assisted living applications and e-health. Its solutions are characterised by innovative use of state-of-the-art technologies, including Real Time Location Systems (RTLS).

Nively has been created as the spin-off of the EC-funded projects i-locate (www.i-locate.eu), and UNCAP (www.uncap.eu) both coordinated by Dr Giuseppe Conti, Nively’s CTO.

The company spins off results and technologies from the two projects in order to bring them to the market. Nively wants to extend the success of i-locate and UNCAP by taking the technological results inherited by the projects a step further, through creation of cutting-edge products based on indoor and outdoor location, with a focus on location analytics and definition of predictive patterns extracted from data coming from indoor localisation systems, targeted to healthcare scenarios.

Nively was selected for incubation by the Incubateur Paca-Est at Sophia Antipolis in France and it is placed at the 27Delvalle, a Business Innovation Centre specialising in hosting start-ups in the healthcare domain. Nively has been already accepted as member of Microsoft BizSpark™ network, the global program for start-ups, SCS Cluster on Secure Communication Solution, France Siver Éco cluster on silver economy and active ageing, French Tech Côte d’Azur, EuroBiomed cluster on innovation in the healthcare sector, CIU-Santé cluster on e autonomy of the older people.

Achievements and awards:

  • 2016: second prize at ARTIK Challenge by Samsung and Legrand for integration of their IoT technology with MentorAge to create a smart home for seniors.
  • 2016: 1st price of the Investors Trophy at the BA06 event in Nice, France, for MentorAge, its solution for real-time location and monitoring of elderly people.
  • 2015: finalist of French edition of “Get in the ring” (GITR) business competition, one of the biggest startup competitions worldwide.
  • 2015: 4th place within the European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC) out of all-time record of 515 submissions from more than 40 countries.



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