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Wavenis, State-of-the-Art Solutions for WSN

Christophe Dugas

Christophe Dugas

Director, Strategic Marketing & Communications
\nCoronis Systems, France

Christophe Dugas graduated from Polytech Montpellier-France in 1990 with a Microelectronics Engineering degree. As a Technical Project Manager in UHF and Microwave, he worked for Europe Telecom from 1990 to 1995 where he developed microwave sensors for autonomous robotics.

In 1996, he joined STMicroelectronics as the Technical Marketing Manager for the RF product line within the Standard Linear Division. He was then appointed to the Nokia Wireless Division as a Strategic Marketing Manager for Application Specific RF ICs.\nIn Oct. 2001, he finally took up a new challenge by joining CORONIS SYSTEMS and become the Director of Marketing and Communications.

Today, he is in charge to market the company positioning dealing with strategic partnerships and alliances with major industrial companies representatives. His role is also to promote as well as to work on the normalization of Wavenis, the wireless technology designed for Ultra Low Power and Long Range demanding application.

Speaking in the special symposium on Sensors & Systems.


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