1000 tickets to be won for VivaTech’s General Public day!


It is a show which, year after year, has established itself as an unmissable event for those involved in new technologies, as well as for the manufacturers who use them and for the general public. Vivatech returns this week to the Parc des expositions de la Porte de Versailles, in Paris, from June 14 to 17.

Like every year, Viva Technology will be an opportunity to discover the best in terms of new technologies. On Saturday, June 17, 2023, the show will be open to the general public, who will be able to approach sensational machines to cycle on water, ski in their living room or fly at hypersonic speed. The organizers promise entertainment for young and old. Alongside the big names (Google, Meta, Orange, etc.), many innovations await the general public.

Visitors will be able to discover the new flying machine of Franky Zapata, the inventor of the Flyboard. They will also approach a prototype of a hydrogen-powered plane that aims for hypersonic speed, that is to say beyond Mach 5 (more than 6000 km/h). Those who have their heads in the stars will be able to dream in front of the model of Ariane 6, the latest European launcher. More down to earth, motorsport fans will be delighted to approach DS’ Formula E single-seater. Athletes will be amazed to discover that it is possible to pedal on water thanks to the Manta5 Hydrofoiler which pushes the limits of physics. Those who prefer to hit the slopes can always ski quietly installed in their living room thanks to the Sirius augmented reality headset from Ostloong.

These are just a few examples of the thousands of innovations presented at Viva Technology, which since its launch in 2016 has established itself as the largest European event dedicated to innovation and start-ups. During its last edition in 2022, it welcomed more than 91,000 visitors.


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