CHARLI by nav4you

Dept of Health & Human Services

nav4you is a spin-off of Geoloc Laboratory of the Gustave Eiffel University (formerly IFSTTAR) in France. The Geoloc laboratory, thanks to its involvement in a large number of international research projects, has become an international reference in the field of GNSS and navigation technologies. Nav4you results from a desire to promote an innovative geolocation platform and its algorithms designed since 2015. Indeed, the company was created following the results of the MALIN Challenge organized by the DGA (Direction Generale de l’Armement) and the ANR (Agence Nationale de la Recherche) in France to evaluate technological solutions for indoor localization in complex non-collaborative environments. In 2021, for its first year of existence, nav4you won the Galileo Masters France, as well as the Space Tour relaunch plan. These successes have allowed initiating the development of the CHARLI project, dedicated to First Responders while gaining visibility.

Basics

  • Number of Employees
    2-10 employees
  • Stage
    Prototype (MVP) Ready
  • Founded
    2021
  • Primary Industry
    Dept of Health & Human Services

Description

nav4you is a spin-off of Geoloc Laboratory of the Gustave Eiffel University (formerly IFSTTAR) in France. The Geoloc laboratory, thanks to its involvement in a large number of international research projects, has become an international reference in the field of GNSS and navigation technologies. Nav4you results from a desire to promote an innovative geolocation platform and its algorithms designed since 2015. Indeed, the company was created following the results of the MALIN Challenge organized by the DGA (Direction Generale de l’Armement) and the ANR (Agence Nationale de la Recherche) in France to evaluate technological solutions for indoor localization in complex non-collaborative environments.
In 2021, for its first year of existence, nav4you won the Galileo Masters France, as well as the Space Tour relaunch plan. These successes have allowed initiating the development of the CHARLI project, dedicated to First Responders while gaining visibility.