CAILabs is a venture-backed French innovative start-up created in 2013 by three PhDs in physics, Jean-François Morizur, Guillaume Labroille and Nicolas Treps.

At the core of CAILabs lies a new way to manipulate light. This technique was originally developed by the founders as a quantum optics technique at the Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, a leading laboratory in the field of fundamental physics of quantum systems (Nobel Prize in physics in 1966, 1997 and 2012).
CAILabs uses this unique technology to solve light shaping problems in several fields such as spatial multiplexing for telecommunications and industrial laser processes.
CAILabs has been distinguished in multiple competitions for innovative start-up. CAILabs is headquartered in Rennes, France.