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Connected Universes offer

Building a new relationship to things, places and the world
The era of the PC and the web is almost over. New specialized terminals establish themselves as main actors : of course smartphones and tablets, but also TVs, cars, watches, glasses, tennis rackets, thermostats, water meters ... the wildest figures circulate: +50 billion connected objects in 2020 & over 100 million Smartcars are scheduled in 2022 according to ABI Research for example.

With sensors, connectivity, intelligence and a capacity to understand and interact, they open up enormous potentials: today to imagine new services, tomorrow to automate and optimize complex systems of production, transport or healthcare... for example to manage the 70% increase of dependent elderly people by 2030, according to INSEE.

But if the potentials are important, the way to exploit them is long and uncertain:

Whether it is for large international groups or promising new structures, VISEO combines its skills to make this fantastic potential an operational reality. Discover our words of experts and customer use cases related to the world of the Internet of Objects, and all our latest news.

Solution Manager
Thibault Celier

Thibault CELIER started his career in 2000 at Cegetel, in wholesale, when cellphones and high-speed internet were growing.

In 2005, he joins the consulting sector and specializes in digital issues in audiovisual medias (VoD, interactive TV, mobile TV…), and accompanies clients such as SFR, Orange or Europacorp.

In 2010, he joins Novedia as Media Director. He then develops an offer dedicated to new television experiences. He initiates and accompanies the first steps of the second-screen and the social TV for Canal+, France Télévisions or France 24.

In 2014, he starts to develop an activity centered on creating communities and innovative digital services for the products and brands of VISEO’s clients.

Thibault also teaches medias and audiovisual around the sector’s new issues in various classes. He graduated from the Institut Supérieur d’Electronique of Paris, and has a Masters D2A in law and administration of audiovisual communication (Paris I).