Prove & Run is a member of the following industry associations.

Embedded France is an industrial consortium dedicated to representing and promoting French companies involved in the development of embedded hardware and software. Its founding members include several industrial clusters and organisations: Images & RéseauxMinalogicSystematicAerospace ValleySyntec Numérique and Cap’Tronic.

The Groupement des industries françaises de défense et de sécurité terrestres et aéroterrestres (GICAT) is a professional association created in 1978 with 260 members, representing nearly 330 members2 (large groups, medium-sized enterprises, small and medium-sized enterprises) covering a wide spectrum of industrial activities, research, services and advice for the benefit of national and international military and civilian forces involved in land or air-land security or defense.

The HexaTrust club was founded by a group of French SMEs that are complementary players with expertise in information security systems, cybersecurity and digital trust.

Representative of French excellence in innovative solutions, these software vendors and integrators have come together to provide a full range of efficient and consistent products and services dedicated to the security of critical infrastructures. This combination meets the needs of enterprises, administrations, public and private organizations of all sizes, keen to receive European and French innovative offers, covering all their IT security needs.

Building on their presence on the European market, HexaTrust members also want to accelerate their international development by sharing their experience, their networks and means of access to global markets. HexaTrust will act in close cooperation with professional organizations, users and institutional actors, working to strengthen the chain of Cybersecurity and Digital Trust groups, supporting the development of innovation and growth SMEs, future leaders of information security systems.


The SCS world competitiveness cluster ambitions to become the unavoidable and recognized player in the field of Secured Communicating Solutions by covering the entire ICT value chain:

  • Microelectronics
  • Telecommunications
  • Software

It will achieve this ambition by targeting Smart Specialisation Areas:

  • Contactless technology
  • Networks, M2M & mobile services;
  • Digital security & identities.

Finally, SCS’ focus is on high-growth markets: Health, Pharmaceuticals, Trade, Mass Retail, Transport & Logistics, Banking, Insurance, Financial Institutions, Recycling, Consumer Electronics, Administration, Energy, Smart Grids, Smart Meters, and so on.

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Systematic is a world-class competitiveness cluster of 650 key ICT players in the Paris region, each of which is involved in the field of software-dominant systems, with a strong societal dimension.

The association, which is supported by local authorities, economic development agencies, the French Government, and its partners, encourages co-operation between SMEs, large companies, research centres, and higher educational establishments. Its goal is to develop the regional economy, boost the competitiveness of local businesses, and support employment growth by leveraging innovation, training, and partnership opportunities.

Mov’eo is a Mobility and Automotive R&D competitiveness cluster, which since 2006 has been mobilizing its energies at the service of its members to meet the objectives assigned by the State to competitiveness clusters: to foster the development of collaborative projects between members, to contribute to development in the regions of companies, in particular SMES, and to promote innovation in the sector.

Eurosmart is an industry association that gathers technological experts in the field of digital security.

With more than 25 years of experience, Eurosmart’s roles are to:

  • Provide market analysis and market forecasts related to the area of digital security and analyse the critical technologies enabling EU’s digital sovereignty.
  • Advocate for an increase in the security level of digital interactions in Europe and worldwide, as well as promote “security by design” and “security by default” principles towards policy makers.
  • Provide its expertise and contributes to several fora, consortia, and European and international standardisation organisations, such as EU expert groups and European Public-Private partnerships.
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