Mr Laurent Jamet, ISORG Co-Founder, Director Business Development
Berlin 2014 Presentation - ISORG*
Berlin 2014 Audio Presentation - ISORG*
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Organic photodetectors and large area printed image sensors give new perspectives of new product developments for the industry and consumer mega-trends :
Optical sensors give vision to all surfaces, detecting objects, person and gestures to provide intelligence to physical objects connected to the Internet.
This new generation of sensors will enable creation of new and high value services to the industry.
Innovative sensing solutions have been developed to offer user interaction to display and consumer everyday products with robust usage, competitive pricing, and new usages (3D touchless interaction)
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.