Stereograph, the Lille start-up that wants to manage “smart buildings”

by bold-lichterman

Initially specialized in 3D imagery for the building sector when it was launched in 2007, the Lille company Stereograph has been developing since 2009 in software for managing so-called “smart” buildings. But what is it exactly? “The principle of smart building is to make buildings intelligent by generating data that will allow temperature regulation, maintenance and safety management”, explains to Frenchweb Manuel Gomes, CEO of Stereograph.

To do this, Stereograph has developed a platform that makes it possible to manage the activity of a building from the data collected. With this product marketed in the form of a software license, the company mainly targets large groups that have to manage technical, industrial or tertiary buildings. The company mentions in particular Vinci or ERDF for the management of technical installations.

The company, which raised 2 million euros in 2014, now wants to expand internationally. Already having an office in San Francisco for two years for its historical 3D imaging business, the company plans to go through partnerships to accelerate.

Interview with Manuel Gomes, CEO of Stereograph:

CEO: Manuel Gomes

Creation: 2007

The head office : Lille

Activity: 3D imagery and “smart building”

Effective : 22 people

Funding: € 2 million raised in 2014

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