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Jean-Luc Jaffard participates to the workshop organised by IRlynx during the next Intelligent Building System exhibition, Paris – November 8-9, 2016
Workshop on November 8th at 2.30pm – How to characterise human activity to make buildings more intelligent : applications and benefits to operators and users.

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http://www.ibs-event.com/

Fabienne’ s mission was to help managers and teams to elaborate a roadmap while in a period of major changes. The unit just went through 3 periods of restructurings. The atmosphere was morose. The 3-phases programme 1) one interview of each of the 6 managers in charge of the unit, 2) a dedicated workshop to rebuild trust among them and to identify the questions that the BU had to arise to meet the targeted objective of competitiveness, 3) a collaborative seminar involving all the employees around those crucial questions. The programme helped managers and employees to mobilise towards common goals, to identify concrete initiatives supporting those goals and to start implementing them.

Noted expert in the Imaging industry, Jean-Luc Jaffard joined the Board of Directors of Irlynx start-up located in Grenoble, France. Irlynx offers a fully integrated sensor module capable to interpret human activities . The module is built around an innovative thermal infra-red technology.

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http://www.irlynx.com/

As consultant and Advisor at Red Belt (Geneva) and a renowned authority on Imaging Technology and Applications, Jean-Luc Jaffard describes Actlight Time of Flight (ToF) technology as pretty remarkable bringing high level of performances and very dense integration.

More information on http://act-light.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/TOF_PreviewRelease.pdf

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http://act-light.com

January 19th, 2016:

The noted expert on the imaging industry, and former ST Microelectronics executive, brings more than 30 years’ experience in the semiconductor industry and the imaging business to help guide Paris start-up in quest to commercialize first bio-inspired approach to computer vision
His role will be to work with the Chronocam executive team and board of directors to define and implement technical and business strategies that leverage Chronocam’s proprietary self-adapting approach to improving speed, dynamic range and power efficiency for vision-enabled applications.

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http://www.chronocam.com/

Jean-Luc Jaffard has been appointed Chairman of Semicon Europe Imaging conference at Dresden, Germany (October 25-27, 2016)

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http://www.semiconeuropa.org

The SEMICON Europa technology and business program agenda addresses the critical issues and challenges facing the microelectronics industries and provides the information, education, and guidance that you need to move your innovations and products to market.
October 18, 2016

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He spoke about the pioneer role of Imaging Technologies as early adopter of 3D and TSV solutions.

(Link to the website of the European 3D Summit 2016.)

WTC GrenobleThe general theme of the conference of November 19th, 2015 was: Growing together! The “Organizations and Management of the 21th century” sessions were particularly interesting. Agile organizations, “Entreprises libérées”, and change management took a special place. A workshop about ” Resistance to change is a paradigm of the past” was dedicated to the discovery of the Appreciative Inquiry approach.

Novembre 19th, 2015

Here is a subject which should hold attention of all our customers. Let’s meet on December 7th in Geneva. The Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services – known as the CCIG – invites us to a debate around change management practices. Fabienne Redondi will be there.

More information on : http://www.ccig.ch/agenda/2015/12/PME-entre-croissance-et-crise-subir-ou-anticiper-les-changements-

November 12th 2015

 

Compact camera sales forecast to double by 2020. Find a summary of the Yole’s Camera Module Industry 2015 report performed in collaboration with Jean-Luc Jaffard from Red Belt, Geneva on :

http://optics.org/news/6/9/19

http://www.analog-eetimes.com/en/cmos-image-sensors-surpassing-moore-s-law.html?cmp_id=7&news_id=222907014

October 9th 2015