The Swiss Innovation Week – Home of Drones was an opportunity for Nivitec to present its project to a strong audience of investors, industrial experts, Chinese media and learn more about the Swiss drone ecosystem. It was also the opportunity to attend discussion panels and high-level conferences as well as a drone race. A unique experience!
Find here the link of the article that highlights our project
After an evening full of emotions, Modubois is the winner of the Prix Créateurs BCVs. Bravo to them! The whole Nivitec team is delighted with the support received as well as for the great highlighting of our project by Business Valais and the Banque Cantonale du Valais.
Nivitec is proud to announce that its project is among the three finalists of the 10th edition of the Créateurs BCVs Award 2019! Now it is up to the public to designate their favourite project. To support us, vote CREATEUR 3
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The management of avalanche risk is now part of UNESCO’s intangible cultural heritage, highlighting all the Valais know-how in this field. Discover all the innovations shown by local companies in the RECTO VERSO #9 series of Valais/Wallis Promotion
The Hes-so University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland celebrated yesterday its 20th anniversary at the BCV Hall in Lausanne. It is with pride that Nivitec blew the candles of this anniversary alongside the rectorial body, professors but also students. Alumni and graduate of the School of Engineering, Jonathan Michel presented on this occasion the start-up from this flagship institution in Switzerland to whom we wish long life! #20ans #hes_so
Drawing of « Casal, Le Nouvelliste »
The PDF link of the article: NF – 13.02.
Find the full article on Nivitec here.
On January 14, our team defended its avalanche detector drone project against the jury of the Gebert Rüf Foundation at the Impact Hub in Bern. The challenge was to benefit from the incentive program for UAS graduates BREF – First Ventures.
The day after this defence, we received a positive response from the foundation. Today, we have the great pleasure of sharing with you this good news that will allow us to pursue the entrepreneurial and human adventure of our young start-up Nivitec!
To watch and relive the day of January 14 with us, click on the video below.