The CES Innovation Awards, held in Las Vegas from January 7 to 10, revealed technological and innovative products in 28 different categories. A jury of designers, engineers and specialized media examined the applications taking into account their design, functionality, consumer appeal, engineering and market differentiation.
DRUST was selected in the "Vehicle Intelligence and Self-Driving Technology" category for its Superdrive application, a human-centred software solution that uses artificial intelligence to engage and empower drivers to make roads safer. Recommendations made to the driver are delivered before a trip, in real time while driving or after, thanks to a post-trip analysis.
"Receiving the Innovation Award is a real achievement for DRUST. This award recognizes our ability to make a difference in the field of automotive data exploitation" said Michaël Fernandez, CEO and co-founder of DRUST, a graduate of the Energy and Powertrain program (MOT). His two business partners, Pascal Galacteros and Florent Pignal, are also graduates of the same IFP School program.