Charles-Henri, tell us about your background.
After my studies in Signal Processing and Telecommunications, I joined a startup called DiBcom, where I worked for almost ten years as a Signal Processing Engineer, designing hardware components such as digital TV demodulators.
Parrot Automotive acquired DiBcom in 2011, at which point I was the Manager of the Signal Processing team, a role I continue to maintain today. I created the software that defines the demodulator octopus3, a universally programmable television decoder.
What do you do at Parrot?
I joined Parrot Drones in 2015 as the Wi-Fi Project Leader to enhance the user experience with a better Wi-Fi connection. It’s a role that requires the collaboration of many connectivity specialists, from RF engineers, antenna designers, software developers from low protocol layers to video, chip manufacturer, etc. All these areas have to fit together smoothly to maximize the connectivity experience, that I regularly test in the field.
What attracted you to Parrot?
What attracted me to Parrot was the possibility of creating…