Faced with exponential growth in demand, the energy sector must ensure availability, improved efficiency, growth, and energy independence, and manage the implementation of new competitive constraints, while making the transition to more renewable and environmentally friendly energies.

To respond to this transformation of the energy mix and to accompany market changes, the players have placed innovation at the heart of their organization with the identification of green energy sources and the deployment of intelligent, secure and digital technologies.

This profound change, which goes beyond the simple energy transition, has a direct impact on the value chain and energy businesses, from engineering to network management, including energy production and equipment.


The healthcare sector is faced with an aging population, chronic diseases, rising healthcare costs and the need to guarantee maximum quality of care, while ensuring the security of medical data and compliance with new regulations.

This situation is putting pressure on healthcare resources around the world, just as scientific breakthroughs, augmented intelligence and digital data are transforming traditional healthcare models. This is causing a paradigm shift with new entrants disrupting existing operators.

These challenges require tools to improve the functioning of organizations, as well as R&D investments to fight competition from emerging countries and, where necessary, guarantee local supplies. To remain competitive and deliver the personalized experience patients demand, life sciences organizations must define and implement new ways of working. They must partner with others to share data, medicines and resources and anticipate trends and regulatory changes to ensure sustainability in an increasingly evidence-based and results-driven sector.

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are revolutionizing life sciences for data analytics, drug discovery and predictive modeling. Integrating big data into various omics fields, such as genomics and proteomics, presents challenges and opportunities. Digital health and wearable technologies are reshaping healthcare with wearable devices, mobile apps and remote monitoring systems.

Collaboration between researchers from different disciplines and sectors is now vital to effectively address the complex challenges of life sciences. Companies in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, health care and services, medical devices, nutrition and cosmetics sectors can take advantage of this disruption by developing the right solutions.

The digital transformation of the sector, as well as technological innovation, supported by the rise of image processing, the Internet of Things and medtechs, is enabling the real development of e-health, putting the patient back at the heart of the healthcare system.

Automation for Saipem of the design and sizing methodology of subsea pipelines for major oil projects.

Astek automates, capitalizes and perpetuates the design methodology, simplifying the thermomechanical studies and standardizing the operations, carrying out in continuous integration the needs analysis, the design and the development of the computer system.


Dematerialization for EDF of the process for managing the 10,000 quality assessment forms for services provided by external suppliers for the nuclear fleet.

Astek makes data reliable and migrates it from Lotus Notes to SharePoint by integrating a multi-level validation workflow, thus improving the reliability and speed of evaluations.


Image processing tools for Trixell to test X-ray detectors implemented in radiology systems.

Astek produces the tool that tests the entire acquisition chain, providing expertise in electronic component testing and technical and functional expertise in automation, software development and mathematics applied to image processing.


Modernization of the administrative and medical information system of the "Centre Interprofessionnel d'Études et d'examens Médicaux".

Astek designs and implements the entire secure computer system allowing medical staff to better plan their appointments and save time using the tools during them.