We make
“senior ready” technology for living facilities and their employees.

Established in 2007, TECHNOSENS has gone from an innovator to the leader in the development of “senior ready” digital technology.

At TECHNOSENS we have a science and ethics committee that provides guidance and support to our teams, leaders and partners in line with our values of innovation, trust and respect.

One vision, one mission, one role

Thierry Chevalier, the founder of TECHNOSENS, draws his inspiration from his childhood and family. His great-grandfather, the inventor of the briar pipe from Val in Cogolin, bestowed him with his entrepreneurial DNA. His parents supported him through his engineering and business school training, enabling him to start his career at a major international group.

But it was seeing his grandfather suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, isolated because of where he lived, and with communication difficulties that he became determined to start an “aging well/better” business.

That is how TECHNOSENS was born. With one vision: digital can be another kind of medication, beyond the chemical. With one mission: to develop “senior ready” technologies. With one role: to create a global offering for elderly people, their families, caregivers and administrators at assisted living facilities, nursing homes and retirement communities.

Alongside his supporters, partners and stockholders, Thierry Chevalier’s aim is to bring TECHNOSENS into the international market over the next decade.

Recognition and awards

Since its creation, TECHNOSENS has regularly been applauded by stakeholders involved in the societal challenge of “aging well”. These numerous accolades for our “senior ready” innovations have helped establish us as a leader in this field and have opened doors to multiple partnerships:

  • 2016 – Call for European H2020 projects – ACTIVAGE project
  • 2015 – Business France competition – Acceleratech China
  • 2015 – Digital In-Pulse competition – “Smart Building” category
  • 2014 – REUNICA competition – coping with isolation and/or loneliness
  • 2014 – WIDER European competition – AG2R La Mondiale
  • 2012 – National “trophée du grand âge”
  • 2010 – IBM Innovation competition
  • 2009 – National “trophée du grand âge”
  • 2009 – Malakoff Médéric competition
  • 2007 – Ministry of Research and Innovation competition

TECHNOSENS is involved in several European projects :

Terr-eSanté: a platform for sharing between patients and healthcare professionals.

ATHIKA: a consortium for the promotion of innovative technological education in healthcare.

ACTIVAGE: a European pilot project for the development of technologies related to autonomy for older people.

Having equipped hundreds of facilities and thousands of “beds”, TECHNOSENS is the recognized leader for nursing homes and assisted living facilities looking for digital transformation and to improve their offerings.