In&motion

  • Year of Founding

    2014
  • Employees

    30
  • Gender Breakdown

    30 % 70 %
  • Average Age

    30 years old
  • Turnover

    40%

Man and his safety must be the first concern of any technological adventure.

Albert Einstein

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Presentation

By combining high technology and user experience, In&motion engineers and markets smart airbag protection systems whose purpose is to reduce injuries in the event of an accident.

After developing a system for skiers competing in Skicross and Downhill Skiing, In&motion has developed an autonomous airbag protection system for motorcyclists. Initially worn by top pilots (MotoGP, Moto2, FSBK, etc.), the system has been marketed to the general public (bikers and scooters) since October 2018. In&motion has also designed a mechanical triggering system dedicated to horse riders.

To date, In & motion has thousands of users, hundreds of people protected during a fall or an accident ... and as many stories of life that remind it daily its primary purpose: reduce injuries in case of accident and save Lives.

What they are looking for

In&motion seeks diverse profiles, motivated by the same desire: to have a real impact on the safety of the people and to bring them the best level of protection.

Specifically, this scale-up is looking primarily for technical profiles: web architect, Android Developer, Customer Care oriented profiles and Biz Dev profiles to support its expansion in the United States and Germany.

Good to know

  • Between Lake and Mountains: Based in Annecy, the offices of In & motion are located 15 minutes from the lake and about thirty minutes from the ski slopes. New premises are under construction ... still in Annecy! #BestPlaceToWork
  • Flexibility: With offices in Annecy, Germany and New York, it is possible to work in Home Office a few days a week. #Autonomy
  • A daily ... that is out of the ordinary: It is not uncommon to meet in the same week a MotoGP rider, a world champion skier or an Olympic medal rider! #True story
  • A concrete impact: Receiving a thank you e-mail because thanks to the airbag system, a person avoided the worst ... it happens often and it is priceless! #Thankful

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