After graduating from Polytech Nantes, Carole gained technical and commercial expertise at various industrial firms involved in selling high value-added video solutions and connected solutions that center on user experience. She started her career developing applications for semi-conductors at Schlumberger and Infineon. She moved to product management in 2002, first at Neotion and then later at Technicolor, focusing on software solutions for digital decoders sold to video content operators and to international network operators. In 2012, with the emergence of the Internet of Things, she became product marketing director of the new Smart Home business in the Connected Home division of Technicolor. In 2015, this solution won a CES Innovation Award. She is also in charge of a connected health pilot project that uses machine learning fed by data from sensors.
- At b<>com
Since April 2016, Carole has been the Business Development Manager for the field of e-health. She is in charge of bringing to market the connected and augmented solutions developed by the b<>com e-Health lab.
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