How to optimize the occupancy rate of office buildings?
This session will propose an overview of counting people solutions and focus on a new type of thermal sensors: ThermEye™ Building sensors!
Attendees will learn that a new type of thermal sensors will help them to design counting people solutions requiring privacy, long lasting battery autonomy and large surface coverage range.
Finally, they will see that SCHNEIDER has already integrated this sensor in counting people solution.
Cyrille Trouilleau, Smart Building market manager at LYNRED
Cyrille TROUILLEAU, Smart Building market manager at ULIS, is in charge of developing and commercializing a new class of thermal sensors designed for smart building applications.
He joined ULIS in 2002 first as a developer of new products, a post he held for three years. Then he spent the next eight years in customer services, where he was responsible for managing customer relations in Asia and across Europe. Prior to ULIS, Cyrille spent a year working for THALES Microelectronics. From 1998 to 2000, he designed and tested readout circuits for CERN projects at the French National Center for Scientific Research.
Cyrille holds a Masters degree in analog design engineering from the “Institut Supérieur d’Electronique et du Numérique “ in Lille, France.