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Viva technology | 22-25 May

Once again this year, we’re delighted to announce that we’ll be taking part in Viva Technology, from 22 to 25 May, at the Parc des Expositions at Porte de Versailles!

Get ready for the 8th edition of Viva Technology, The largest European event dedicated to new technologies! Our presence highlights our commitment to being at the forefront of innovation, a mission that transcends borders and inspires change on a global scale.

Capgemini Booth | Hall 1 – Booth D25

Our booth, located in Hall 1, will be the focal point of our presence. It will be a place of exchange and sharing where we will welcome our customers, partners, promising start-ups and emerging talents. Come and discover our latest technological innovations and explore with us the infinite possibilities they offer for shaping a better future.

We are proud to contribute to this innovative vision, which places innovation at the service of social, environmental, economic and human issues. Join us on this exciting adventure as we work together to shape the world of tomorrow!

INTELLIGENCE, meet impact.

Discover our 3 fundamental pillars

Generative AI is emerging as the key transformation driver for organisations that skilfully integrate data with artificial intelligence to explore innovative approaches to the way they work, produce, consume and communicate.
Our expertise helps organizations create value through the widespread and secure adoption of generative AI.

We champion a mindset that extends from business to consumer or business to business, to a journey from business to planet.

This transformative journey integrates environmental technologies and innovations to reduce impact on the planet and unlock sustainable opportunities.

We understand the importance of innovation and its role in driving sustainable business.
We mobilise technology, methodologies and services and our network of B2B start-ups to deliver value and enable organisations to unlock the potential of technology for a better future.

Conferences – Wednesday May 22nd | On our booth, Hall 1 – D25

Wednesday May 22nd | 10 – 10:30 AM CET

Access to clinical trials and relevant patients is complex, yet crucial to bringing medicines to market. Issues of speed, efficiency, accuracy, and cost are paramount, and artificial intelligence can play a key role – but how? In addition, improving the patient experience and collecting accurate, usable data remain essential.

  • Speaker:David Ghesquières, Global Life Sciences R&D leader, Offer lead, Next-Gen Clinical Development, Capgemini 
  • Moderator: Camille Madelon, Vice President Life Sciences, Capgemini Invent
Wednesday May 22nd | 10:40 – 11:10 AM CET

The combined use of digital technology and connectivity is enabling early detection of health problems, improving patients’ life quality, and getting them into care sooner. Digital biomarkers are revolutionizing medical care for patients, healthcare professionals, payers, and pharmaceutical companies. 

  • Speaker: Alain Habra, CEO, Quantiq | Emmanuel Néré, Innovation, Data & Cognitive Director, Generali 
  • Moderator: Camille Madelon, Vice President Life Sciences, Capgemini Invent 
Wednesday May 22nd | 11:20 – 11:50 AM CET

Rethinking the experience of patients, doctors and biologists around medical devices that are more intuitive, inclusive, ergonomic, and functional. 

  • Speakers: Stephen Martin, Marketing Director, B. Braun | Olivier Picard, Vice-President, Head of Design capability, frog, part of Capgemini Invent 
Wednesday May 22nd | 12:00 – 12:30 PM CET

The use of AI and data is now enabling hyper-personalization of care. AI can speed up the diagnosis of rare diseases, as demonstrated by the Innerve project for the detection of small fiber neuropathy. The start-up RDS is demonstrating that real-time use of patient data enables personalized post-operative monitoring, and ultimately a better quality of life thanks to home monitoring. 

Conferences – Thursday May 23rd | On our booth, Hall 1 – D25

Thursday May 23rd | 10:00 – 10:30 AM CET 

Speakers will share their vision for consumer devices and the trends, opportunities, and challenges that consumer hardware companies face today.Also discuss today’s users’ expectations of hyper-personalization and revolution due to technological innovations (i.e. GenAI).

  • Speaker: Samir Yahou, Sales Executive, Salesforce |Gaytri Khandelwal, Global Platform Leader, Capgemini 
Thursday May 23rd | 10:40 – 11:10 AM CET

How will tour operators offering an ultra-personalized service to their customers deal with Gen AI, which promises to create trips from scratch for individuals to meet their desires and constraints? How Gen AI will revolutionize the world of hospitality.  

  • Speaker: Diane Fanton, VP Branding, Communication & Omnichannel, Accor 
Thursday May 23rd | 12:00 – 12:30 PM CET

AI for an augmented emergency doctor: We have developed an innovative tool to help emergency doctors make decisions in complex medical situations, thereby facilitating patient care. AI is essential for making these decisions and providing better care for patients with major trauma. It’s also important to offer a high level of expertise in making the most of data throughout its lifecycle, from collection to use case and then industrialization, to bring it as close as possible to the end user and thus have a tangible impact.

Thursday May 23rd | 3:20 – 3:50 PM CET 

La GenAI facilite la compréhension et l’exploitation de documentations techniques, commerciales et contractuelles complexes pour la mise à disposition de la bonne information au service de l’utilisateur. Retour sur deux mises en œuvre opérationnelles chez SNCF Réseaux et RATP.

  • Speakers: Olivia Fischer, Head of Markets, Offers and Customer Experience, SNCF Réseaux | Mathilde Villeneuve, Project Director – Data Factory, RATP |Farès Goucha, Director Rail Industry, Capgemini Invent 
  • Moderator: Lucile Ramackers 
Thursday May 23rd | 4:00 – 4:30 PM CET 

The ROME (Répertoire Opérationnel des Métiers et des Emplois) is a tool for describing jobs and associated skills, promoting professional mobility and matching job vacancies with applicants. The ROME is evolving: the challenge is to go from 532 job descriptions to almost 3,000 in two years, using a pragmatic approach. The GenAI-based approach will considerably speed up the production of these records and facilitate dialogue between professionals to finalize the new generation of ROME records.

  • Speakers: Catherine Beauvois, Project Director for Skills 4.0, JOP and the development of behavioural sciences, France Travail|Alexandre Lapène, Director Sata Science & Engineering for Intelligent Industry, Capgemini Invent 
Thursday May 23rd | 4:40 – 5:10 PM CET

Digital levers can help improve infrastructure management and facilitate the transition from a reactive supervision model to a predictive and anticipatory hyper-supervision model, all aimed at optimizing the operational performance of assets. 

  • Speaker: Jérôme Kazmierczak, Director of the Surveillance & Supervision Program, SNCF Réseau | William Eldin, CEO, XXII | Benjamin Benharrosh, CEO, Alteia | David Morel, Direction of Information Systems & Digital, VNF
  • Moderator:Amine Ghaffor, Director Smart Plant, Capgemini Invent
Thursday May 23rd | 5:20 – 5:50 PM CET

France and the European Union are facing major challenges of reindustrialization, with several large-scale programs to implement in the years to come. However, many challenges await us to achieve these objectives and green our fleet, while preparing for scalability towards new territories.

  • Speakers: Pina Schlombs, Sustainability Lead, Siemens| Amira Tantaoui El Araki, Senior Director – Smart & Sustainable Plants, Capgemini Invent

Conferences – Friday May 24th | On our booth, Hall 1 – D25

Friday May 24th | 1:20 – 1:50 PM CET

Against a backdrop of industrial recovery and a shortage of talent, companies are looking to implement effective upskilling and reskilling strategies to accelerate the skills development of their employees. We invite you to discover how new technologies such as immersive learning with 3D/VR/AR solutions, metaverse, AI and GenAI are reinventing the future of training and providing solutions to meet these challenges. 

  • Speakers: Jérôme Goris, Training Centre Manager, Log’in by Daher|Alexandre Embry, CTIO, Head of Metaverse-Lab, Capgemini 
  • Moderator: Marion Le Roy, Nuclear academy leader & Presales manager learning solutions, Capgemini Engineering 
Friday May 24th | 2:40 – 3:10 PM CET

When the train meets the electric truck to create an innovative carbon-free logistics solution for parcel distribution in the regions.We supported SNCF & Renault Trucks to integrate secure parcel transport boxes / lockers compatible with the entire range of Renault Trucks electric vehicles in order to experiment with them in the TELLi program.

  • Speakers: Lémar Rustar, Head of Urban Logistics Business Development, Renault Trucks| Caroline Caudron – Programme Services Manager, Train Léger innovant
  • Moderator: Olivier Picard, Vice-President, Head of Design capability, frog, part of Capgemini Invent 
Friday May 24th | 3:20 – 3:50 PM CET

The European AI Act was passed on 13 March and requires companies to comply by the beginning of 2026: there is an urgent need for companies to embrace trusted AI. Today, companies are at a loss. They don’t know where to start to certify their large-scale AI systems, or how to deal with this complex legal and scientific issue!  

  • Speakers: Nicolas Watrigant, Trusted AI Director, Orange France|Raphaël Viné, Market Director, Data & Healthcare, Quantmetry, part of Capgemini Invent
  • Moderator: Étienne Grass, Managing Director, Capgemini Invent France
Friday May 24th | 4:00 – 4:30 PM CET

The beauty sector is entering a (more) responsible era, with innovation and sustainability transforming the sector. The integration of new technologies is fostering a more responsible future, with end-to-end solutions developed for a holistic, conscious, and ethical approach to beauty.

  • Speakers: Nicola Balena, VP cosmetics, Gerresheimer| Maria Solimène, Vice President Luxury, Capgemini Invent
  • Moderator: Renaud Tirfoin, Vice President Intelligent Industry, Capgemini Invent 
Friday May 24th | 4:40 – 4:10 PM CET

How the Digital Product Passport (DPP), a genuine digital medium for the life of a product, enables it to be traced throughout its life cycle, serving environmental performance, circularity and product information. 

Friday May 24th | 5:20 – 5:50 PM CET

How AI is helping premium brands build predictive models despite the lack of historical data in a context of scarcity and constant novelties.

  • Speakers: Julie Godefroy, Head of supply worldwide, Louboutin | Sofiane Medjkoune, Director Data Science & Engineering – Intelligent Industry, Capgemini Invent

*Conferences in French

Our demos

On our booth, Hall 1 – D25

Get to know our environmentally friendly, lightweight, and compact 1-seater TT 4×4 planter with a hybrid electric-hydrogen powertrain.  It can plant about 1500 plants in one day covering roughly an area of one hectare. It has a range of 30-40 km. The vehicle returns every evening to recharge and, the next morning heads back to the woods with seedlings from the local forest nurseries.

  • Our expert: Thomas Boudeville, Project Manager Program Management Office, Capgemini Engineering
Experience the future of sports through this immersive exhibition, inviting visitors to reconsider their relationship with sports and life. Through design and foresight, the demo explores environmental and societal issues in sports-related spaces, products, experiences, and uses. Let’s dive into 2050!

  • Our experts: Audrey Koné, Communications Manager, frog, part of Capgemini Invent & Julien Giffard, Vice-President, Head of Strategy & Transformation capability, frog, part of Capgemini Invent
The demo is a powerful & easy-to-use simulator that combines thermal simulations & AI to assess solutions to urban heat islands by integrating green spaces in cities. SIM City for Climate is at the heart of a new sustainability offer for climate change adaptation. The demo simulates and illustrates the potential of greening solutions that help industries and cities tackle heat islands.

  • Our expert: Sylvain Raynal, R&I coordinator for co-funded projects, Capgemini Engineering
Discover how a mobile app can monitor concentration, workload, vigilance, and stress using EEG sensors during online courses or tasks. NeuroCoach employs Machine Learning and Deep Learning to analyze brain signals, offering real-time feedback to enhance learning and self-awareness. This enables personalized, interactive learning experiences adaptable to any context.

  • Our experts: Nicolai Wolpert, Neuroscientist, Data Scientist, Capgemini Engineering & Dennis Wobrock, Data & AI Engineer, Capgemini Engineering
VisionCheck is a mobile machine vision tool that works on smartphones. It combines the advantages and features of an industrial vision cell with the convenience of a smartphone. The platform can assist in training, quality control, and maintenance.

  • Our expert: Frank Ben Zaquin, Solution Architect, Computer Vision & AI, Capgemini Engineering
See how a mobile app solution and a web platform help farmers implement agricultural best practices. TerrAI is a decision-support platform that gathers and analyses data, applying computer vision and AI to photos to determine soil health. The tool is free for farmers but profitable for buyers of agricultural products in the value chain.

  • Our expert: Yann Jehanneuf, Director of Rennes Applied Innovation Exchange, Capgemini
Embark on a journey through diverse use cases, showcasing the versatility of Gen AI across a range of industries

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Meet our leader


Pascal Brier

Group Chief Innovation Officer, Capgemini
Pascal Brier was appointed Group Chief Innovation Officer and member of the Group Executive Committee on January 1st, 2021. Pascal oversees Technology, Innovation and Ventures for the Group in this position. Pascal holds a Masters degree from EDHEC and was voted “EDHEC of the Year” in 2017.