“Shoplifting is a scourge for the retail industry and only 5% of thefts are detected by the current surveillance solutions,” says Thibault David, 25, one of the co-founders of Veesion. A team of former students graduated from HEC Paris and Polytechnique, has developed a technology which detects shoplifting gestures on security cameras, thanks to an artificial intelligence algorithm.
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Lafayette Plug and Play is an international business focused catalyst for startups in the retail, e-commerce and fashion tech industries.
Veesion will benefit from a 3-month acceleration program focused on business development during which startups boost sales opportunities with a wide global network of corporate partners (top retailers, brands & e-merchants).
The HEC-42 Start-up Launchpad training program ended last week with a great “Pitch Day” session at Station F in Paris.
On the Station F open-platform, in front of the jury chaired by Pascal Cagni, (HEC MBA 86) and President of Business France, 21 projects selected among the 28 teams created at the beginning of the program, presented their solutions:
Veesion was distinguished and won one year training at the HEC Incubator.