ANITI's aims to rapidly disseminate technologies to its partners, to promote the development of a hundred SMEs and to allow the creation of startups.
ANITI's partners will be able to benefit from scientific expertise and privileged opportunities for technology transfer based on:
- the club of partners to develop synergies between research teams and companies and share knowledge and information
- the Innovation and Business Committee (IBC), which will assess and develop economic development opportunities throughout the project.
The IBC seats representatives from the SATT Toulouse Tech Transfer, the 3 IPs and ANITI founding partners, competitiveness clusters, financial partners, private and public incubators, as well as local and regional governments (Toulouse Metropole and Region Occitanie).
collectivités territoriales (Métropole, Région).
They support ANITI
Université fédérale Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées, Université Toulouse – III Paul Sabatier, Université Toulouse Capitole, Université Toulouse – Jean Jaurès, IRT Saint Exupéry, CNRS, INRAE, CNES, Toulouse INP, ISAE-SUPAERO, Onera, ENAC, ICAM, INSA Toulouse, Airbus SAS, Continental Automotive France, CPT France, Renault, Thales, Latecoere, Altran technologies, Syngenta France, Linagora GSO, NXP, Liebherr-aerospace Toulouse, Actia Automotive, ATOS, Quantmetry, CERFACS, CS systèmes d’information, Collecte Localisation Satellite, Capgemini Technology Services, Groupe BRL, Caisse d’Epargne et de prévoyance Midi-Pyrénées, Sopra Steria, EDF, IBM France, Scalian, IVADO, Siemens Healthcare SAS, Institut d’intelligence et données – IID ( Université de Laval, Canada), IRT Saint Exupéry Canada, DEEL : DEpendable & Explainable Learning (France-Québec)