Stéphane Masson, software engineer for software fitting in the pocket
I have been working for 15 years in embedded systems, communicating objects and now mobile applications. Passionate about technology and
entrepreneurship, I started my career in the microelectronics field (at STMicroelectronics) where I worked on the new communication protocols by participating
in the creation of the first Wifi cards, and in the first IPv6 deployments on home gateway / set top box.
Then I participated in the standardization of protocols such as MIPI UniPro (today in the Google Ara phones).
I took the mobile turn by joining Inside Secure where I helped major mobile phone manufacturers to integrate the NFC component into their device.
Today, through Picodev, I advise
on the architecture of objects, including their communication system with the outside world and the impact on the software and hardware architecture
of these choices. I intervene from the object's firmware, to the API servers via the mobile application.