Mr Laurent Jamet, ISORG Co-Founder, Director Business Development
Nov 19, 2014.
Santa Clara 2014 Presentation - ISORG*
Santa Clara 2014 Audio Presentation - ISORG*
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Printed Electronics moving from R&D to products to answer market mega-trends : new health care equipments, internet-of-things, intuitive user interfaces for everyday product
. Printed organic photodetectors and large area image sensors on plastic : a disruptive technology for new product design : thin, light, conformable
. Applications for large area digital imaging and scanning surfaces
. Applications for interactive surfaces for industry, displays and consumer products
. Applications for smart objects and creation of new services for Industry 4.0 and Internet-of-Things
Speaker Biography (Laurent Jamet)
Laurent Jamet is co-founder and business development director of ISORG.
He has been involved in the organic electronics industry in his previous positions of business development director for smart textiles in Sofileta (2007 - 2010), leading the Smart Textiles working group of the Organic Electronics Association.
Held different positions in the semiconductor industry in STMicroelectronics (1990 - 2007) in design, marketing, business development, new technology development for consumer and industry markets (computer, automotive, wireless), in particular for Nokia.
Company Profile (ISORG)
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ISORG is the pioneer company in organic and printed electronics devices for large-area photonics and image sensors, developing a disruptive technology converting plastic, paper and glass surfaces into smart surfaces.
ISORG is a start-up company of CEA-LITEN, based in Grenoble (France).
ISORG offers a new generation of high performance, thin and flexible optical sensors for large area digital imaging & scanning,motion & object presence detection, interactive surfaces and light measurement. ISORG has developed a revolutionary user interface with contactless 3D gesture recognition, the 'post tactile' user interface. ISORG technology covers many industrial and consumer markets.