JCP-Connect is a technology consultancy company based in Rennes and founded in 2002 by Jean-Charles Point.
With 9 employees and a strong expertise on R&D and technology development, JCP-Connect is involved in many collaborative European projects (COMBO, social Sensors, CAMION, Forensor, CHARISMA, TERRANOVA, SCENE, 5GMEDE, etc.).
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Jean-Charles Point has a large management experience and expertise in the cable, wireless and fiber access areas, as well as in IP architectures for multimedia services, and has exercised the several key positions in the Industry prior to build-up JCP-C. He has been involved for more the 15 years in European and national initiatives (managing financed program participation in Thomson) like ACTS, Eureka, ITEA, IST, RIAM. Jean-Charles holds a MS degree and graduated as “civil engineer telecommunication” in FacultéPolytechnique, Mons, Belgium.
Noémie Letronnier is executive assistant and administrative manager, she takes care of all the administration, social and legal part of the company.
After graduating with a Master in Communication and Marketing, Noemie worked at National Research Agency and gained many additional competences in accounting, event organization, business development. Noémie will be happy to guide you and help you with your various requests about JCP Connect.
Dynamic nature, curious and smiling, this pure Breton, has a great soul of explorer! She is also a fan of earrings of all kinds, tea and extreme sports.
Carole Gandon is conducting a mission of international development for JCP-Connect. In charge of the communication strategy, valorization of the research results and business development, Carole is strongly involved in the Smart city European project “SCENE”.
Before obtaining a Master degree in European Affairs, Carole graduated from Sciences Po Rennes. She has more than ten years of experience in European research and innovation projects coordination, international development and business intelligence. Since 2018, she runs a consulting company named Luska.
Raj Vora is a Junior Software Developer at JCP-connect and he is taking part in the development of the Naviconnect solution… Before, Raj has been working in the IOT Domain Project in the Anep Company which gave him a deep knowledge about the Embedded System and IOT Device. During his studies, he’s been involved in several projects in the field of embedded systems. Raj holds a Master Degree in Embedded System Domain from Isep, Paris.
Dr. M. Sajid Mushtaq (PhD) is working as Research & Development Engineer at JCP-Connect. Earlier, he was Researcher & Lecturer at University Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC) France, and participated in various R&D projects. He has enhanced his research experience by contributing in European research projects, which cover a wide domain of network technologies i.e. Wired, WiFi, and cellular networks (LTE-A, 5G) for Over-the-Top, and IoT services. His research interests include 5G, LTE, Edge Caching, Radio Resource Management, C-RAN, Power Optimization, Machine Learning, Cloud Networks, SDN, Multi-homing, QoE, and QoS of heterogeneous networks.
Omar FALL is Linux system and kernel developer with more than 7 years of experience in diverse areas as telecommunication, automotive and OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer). He has obtained Engineering degree in computer science major Embedded System from Engineering School at Rennes (ESIR) and extensive training in C++ and Computing graphics at Columbia University. Omar Fall has extensive knowledge of linux APIs and kernel, custom Linux distributions and very good knowledge of TCP/IP networking stack and wireless technologies
IT student at Vannes University Institute of Technology, Arnaud Seysen is a Junior developper involved in the development on the NaviConnect solution. Arnaud develops the graphical user interface (GUI) and message transmission between NaviCaches and GUI. He is also interested in Cybersecurity and Internet of Things.
Roman Kaurson has 16 years of experience in implementation of industrial and R&D domains. Before joining JCP-Connect he obtained experience from both industry and research, worked in large electronics manufacturing company (5000+ employees), where managed group of engineers. Later he moved to small R&D Company to a Project Manager position where developed and set-up project management system and was responsible for R&D projects in RF, cable and machine vision domains. In the early years of career, he has established two start-up companies working in the domain of industrial automation and consumer electronics. Roman has coordinated several FP7 and H2020 projects (e.g. FP7 GiantSteps, FP7 ACCORDANCE STREP, FP7 GameArch SA) and contributed to number of projects as a Partner (FP7 I-SEARCH, H2020 FORENSOR, H2020 NADINE). He holds MSc degree in Telecommunications from Technical University of Tallinn, Estonia.