Why ido-data?

A story that made us react

Do you remember Simon's story?
Simon, a 27-year-old man, lost his life in 2019 while on a hiking trip in Italy. Apart from the dramatic fact that Simon lost his life, it was mainly the way his story unfolded that shocked us.
9 days, it took 9 days for the authorities to find Simon even though he had managed to call for help to say that he had fallen, yet he was unable to say where he was.
With all the tools that exist today, it is simply inconceivable to us that someone who can make a call to the emergency services is not located and rescued quickly.
And Simon's story is not an isolated one, it happens every day.

In France

52

people per day

lose their lives in everyday accidents (at home*, in their garden, during activities and sports**)  

Current survey on accidents of life (EPAS) 

655 717

accidents at work in 2019

the main causes are falls, manual handling and hand tools  

L’essentiel 2019 Santé et sécurité au travail (The essentials 2019 Occupational health and safety)

99 000

commuting accidents in 2019 

with a notable increase of 600 bicycle and scooter accidents in one year  

L’essentiel 2019 Santé et sécurité au travail (The essentials 2019 Occupational health and safety)

But we are also exposed to other risks such as attacks, natural disasters (avalanches, earthquakes, floods, etc.) or pandemics.  

Helping you to save lives

In the digital age, we are convinced that it is possible to reduce or even avoid some of these tragedies.

This is why we created ido-data, because we want to develop solutions to help you save lives.

We put our skills and knowledge of the Internet of Things and digital technology at the service of all professionals in charge of prevention, safety, rescue and first aid so that we have fewer and fewer stories like Simon's.

Let's talk about it!

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