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Avril 2005
Contrefaçon-Riposte | Une start-up française propose une solution originale et abordable pour identifier l'origine des contenus piratés.
''Advestigo est une jeune société française qui propose des solutions automatisées de fouille, de surveillance et de contrôle de la dissémination d'actifs numériques sur l'Internet, et ce quel que soit le format : texte, image, musique, vidéo, logiciel..''

 
Avril 2005
ZDnet | Peer-to-peer: bientôt les premières autorisations pour traquer les contrefacteurs.
''L'industrie de la musique planche également sur la mise en place de systèmes automatisés pour traquer les contrevenants... De son côté, la Sacem a déjà choisi Advestigo. Elle poursuit ses discussions avec la Cnil pour s'assurer être en conformité avec les exigences légales, avant d'envoyer une demande de validation, affirme Catherine Kerr-Vignale, membre du directoire de la société d'auteurs.''

 
Avril 2005
Red Herring | Advestigo, finaliste du classement Red Herring des meilleures entreprises technologiques Européennes

 
Février 2005
01net | Comment les maisons de disques repèrent la musique piratée.

La société Advestigo est pressentie par l'industrie du disque pour fournir une technologie permettant de retrouver des fichiers musicaux piratés.

 
Février 2005
01net | L'industrie du disque veut automatiser la lutte anti-piraterie.

La société Advestigo, l'un des deux prestataires choisis par la SCPP, a mis au point un logiciel de reconnaissance de contenu, qu'il s'agisse de texte, de vidéo, d'image ou de musique.

 
February 2005
ZDnet | Record producers are moving into production phase in their fight against P2P 
The SCPP is calling on a specialist to identify peer-to-peer users and send them warnings by email. Advestigo has developed a solution for tracking multimedia works by comparing digital fingerprints. They are supported by ANVAR and announced a €3.5m first round of financing last November. (Article in French)
 
February 2005
01net | The music industry wants to automate the fight against piracy 
Advestigo, one of two companies chosen by the SCPP, has developed software which recognises content, whether it's text, video, graphics or music. (Article in French)
 
February 2005
01net | How record companies detect pirated music
The music industry is getting interested in Advestigo's solution to detecting pirated music files. (Article in French)

 
April 2005
Red Herring | Red Herring best private technology companies finalist

 
March 2006
Yahoo Finance! | Dutch, Danish and French Enterprises Win European IST Grand Prize 2006 
A computer memory that can survive radiation and temperatures up to 200(degree)C, a security system that recognizes your face, and a digital content ''finger-printing'' system to deter multimedia pirates are the Grand Prize Winners of the 2006 European IST Prize. Each Grand Prize Winners received a prize of EUR 200,000. 17 more prizes, of EUR 5,000 each, were awarded to ground-breaking technologies from 12 countries. The top 20 projects were selected by the European Commission on 16 March from a total of 213 applicants from 28 European countries.
 
March 2006
Sys-con.com | Dutch, Danish and French Enterprises Win European IST Grand Prize 2006 
A computer memory that can survive radiation and temperatures up to 200 degrees C, a security system that recognises your face, and a digital content ''finger-printing'' system to deter multimedia pirates are the Grand Prize Winners of the 2006 European IST Prize. Each Grand Prize Winners received a prize of EUR200,000. 17 more prizes, of EUR5,000 each, were awarded to ground-breaking technologies from 12 countries. The top 20 projects were selected by the European Commission on 16 March from a total of 213 applicants from 28 European countries.
 
March 2006
Infomatics | France, Denmark and The Netherlands clean up at the IST Awards
A system to track digital rights management, computer memory that can survive high temperatures and a 3D facial recognition technology have won the three grand prizes at the 2006 European IST Prize Awards.

 
March 2006
Silicon.com | EC names innovative IT prize winners
The grand prize winners, who each receive €200,000, are Advestigo, Cavendish Kinetics and Guardia.

France's Advestigo won for its AdvestiSearch product, a digital content monitoring system for deterring media pirates; Netherlands-based Cavendish for its Nanomech embedded flash memory technology that can withstand radiation and extreme temperatures; and Denmark's Guardia for its Guardia Control System, a face recognition security system which could be used in cashpoints, airports or business premises.

 
March 2006
Personal Computer World | France, Denmark and The Netherlands clean up at the IST Awards 
A system to track digital rights management, computer memory that can survive high temperatures and a 3D facial recognition technology have won the three grand prizes at the 2006 European IST Prize Awards.
 
March 2006
Public Technology.net | Biometric security systems awarded EU Information Society Technology prizes 
A biometric security system that recognizes your face, and a digital content 'finger-printing' system to deter multimedia pirates are winners of the European Information Society Technology Grand Prizes for 2006, announced in Vienna last week. The UK picked of three prizes, of €5,000 each, awarded to innovative technologies.
 
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