December 2016 Newsletter
Posted in : Non classé on by : Jean-Philippe LELIEVRE
Successful launch of 4 satellites Galileo by Ariane, there are now 18 satellites orbiting . more
Lancel tracks its luxury lugage with RFID. more
3) Wifi security
25 % of WiFi access points are not encrypted or use only the weak WEP. According to Kaspersky 75,39 % of the networks are securised (68,02 % with WPA2 et 7,37 % with WPA, 21,96 % use no encryption or WEP . more.
In November, Hear & Know settled in Berlin.
We were in the Fablab Berlin (laser cutter, 3D printers, CNC…)
We took part to Start alliance Berlin with startups from New-York, Shanghai, Tel-Aviv .
Only exception : back in Paris on the 28th of November
conference about electronic warfare and location for the association Guerrelec, the Lafayette chapter of Association of the Old Crows .
In December we are back in France.
We’ll pursue discussions with French and US investors and we will attend the following events.
1) DGA day : French Defense procurement agency
2) Cybersecurity symposium in Paris 8th and 9th of December
3) Connect+ Event : IoT and connected objects (RFID, NFC, Bluetooth, Sigfox, LoRa…)
4) Paris region business meeting
And to finish the year, we’ll intercept Santa Claus, equip him with trackers to track his journey and check that he, the reindeers and the gifts arrive at the right places in due time.
Results of the November survey
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– 75% in favour of a newsletter and 25% for the social networks (we will continue this newsletter and enhance our presence in Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook…).
– 75% voted for a monthly newsletter.
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The inspiring sentence of the month is coming from the huge bibliography of the man of the month : Donald Trump :
“You have to think anyway,so why not think big?”