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Accelerated Innovation in
Open and Collaborative
Networks
Hello!
We are SENSORICA
An open innovation and peer production network
www.sensorica.co
Innovation in Open & Collaborative Networks1
Credit: Todd Huffman CC BY 2.0
Why Open & Collaborative Networks?
Open and collaborative
networks reduce the costs of,
and accelerate innovation.
The mos...
Why Open & Collaborative Networks?
The rise of the OPEN signals
profound, but positive
socioeconomic changes.
Well-structu...
Why Open & Collaborative Networks?
Open collaborative networks
create sustainable innovation,
and put in place sustainable...
“
The current economy advocates infinite growth on a
finite planet, and tries to make artificially scarce
what is naturall...
Global Context
The global market for the collaborative
economy is expected to reach $335
billion US by 2025, up from $15 b...
Current Challenges in Innovating2
Credit: The White Mountain School CC BY-SA 4.0
What are some of today’s challenges in innovating?
■ Solving local problems, locally
■ Gaining input from the stakeholders...
Today’s challenges in innovation?
New Stakeholders hold a lot of value. Traditional Stakeholders can greatly benefit from ...
SENSORICA: Approach to Innovation3
eCommunity Garden prototype at EcoHackathon, October 18th, 2014
Montreal lab: 3485 Saint-Laurent Street
Credit: Jean Gagnon CC BY-SA 3.0
Created in February
2011, in Montreal,
SENSORICA ...
What is SENSORICA?
SENSORICA is an open innovation and peer-production space
based in Montreal, Canada, and an internation...
2332 Commits
On Github for IT infrastructure development
4268 Logged Contributions
For SENSORICA projects in 2016
45 Comme...
SENSORICA Experience and Network Reach
The world’s first truly peer-production network:
■ 6 years expertise
■ 116 members ...
How Does SENSORICA Work?
SENSORICA builds production and distribution
capacity on top of open innovation. It is the next l...
How Does SENSORICA Work?
Using emerging technologies and state of the art open
and collaborative business practices, SENSO...
How Does SENSORICA Work?
SENSORICA is built on P2P principles of sharing,
whole-systems thinking and well-being. Holding a...
SENSORICA’s Organizational Structure
SENSORICA is a non-
registered association (open
network) that interfaces with
the ma...
SENSORICA Montreal Hub structure: An Integrated Space
Techshop
Adjacent space, interface
with the larger community
of inno...
Montreal lab: 3485 Saint-Laurent Street
Recognition
Numerous institutions have endorsed SENSORICA for its groundbreaking development.
The White House - Invitation...
SENSORICA: Projects4
Image source: Sensorica
SENSORICAbuilds global networks and forges ties with communities of
practice to catalyze and amplify local economic activi...
Our Core Competencies
3D Printing
Design and rapid
prototyping with FDM
and DLP printers
Internet of Things
Sensors, mesh
...
3D Printing
Optical Fibre scoring machine
By SENSORICA
According to Jeremy Rifkin, 3D
printing signals the beginning
of a ...
Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) Applications
Source: Sensorica
Funneling innovation to local
industries.
IoT for heavy...
Blockchain
Source: Pexels CC0
Developing next generation IT
infrastructure and ecosystem
process automation.
It allows dis...
Therapeutic Medical Devices
Breathing Games hardware design and
user testing workshop
Development of smart therapeutic
dev...
Scientific Instruments
Two axis directional gimbal platform using brushless
dc motors with direct drive system, magnetic b...
Scientific Instruments
The Mosquito is an ultra sensitive
force and displacement sensor,
used in physiology research.
Open...
Network Resource Planner (NRP)
The future of accounting and
management.
The NRP is an IT tool for resource
management, sim...
Innovation & Open Value Networks (OVN)5
SENSORICAhelps open-source communities become full-fledged economic agents
connects traditional organizations with open in...
SENSORICA - an Open Value Network (OVN)
The SENSORICA network has developed and implemented a new
paradigm for open innova...
SENSORICA - an Open Value Network (OVN)
The Open Value Network (OVN) model is
at the heart of the P2P economy. It allows
i...
SENSORICA - an Open Value Network (OVN)
The SENSORICA OVN rests on a unique IT infrastructure, and uses
governance and met...
OVN: Revolutionising Open Source
The OVN innovation and production paradigm is now being adopted
across the world by open ...
OVN: Helping Traditional Institutions Transition
The OVN model helps traditional organizations form
larger collaborative e...
OVN: Helping Traditional Institutions Transition
SENSORICA has prototyped mutually beneficial relations
with traditional i...
Advancing OVN
New p2p technologies like Blockchain, IPFS and Ceptr allow OVNs to
scale to epic proportions yet significant...
Building Local Engagement6
Image source: Sensorica
Hackathons
Etherium Montreal meetup Oct.
24, 2015 at Sensorica
SENSORICA provides hands-on
learning opportunities for the ...
Workshops
Etherium Montreal meetup Oct.
24, 2015 at Sensorica
SENSORICA provides in-context
learning opportunities for the...
Youth Camp
Robotics workshop for kids with
Grandir sans frontières
SENSORICA hosts playful learning
activities for young k...
Community Events
Presentation on the Blockchain at
Ouishare’s École du collaboratif Oct. 27, 2016
Sensoricans are often so...
Community Events
3D printing day at SENSORICA
SENSORICA host diverse public
events, and we invite other local
communities ...
Why an Open Innovation Hub?7
Credit: Walter Siegmund CC BY-SA 3.0
Benefits of Working with SENSORICA
Students
go hands on with
innovative technologies
Entrepreneurs
find skills and
resourc...
Acknowledging Open Networks
Open networks must be acknowledged as legitimate organizations able to
undertake complex activ...
Acknowledging Open Networks
Today, some networks are more predictable than corporations for their activities
and output. S...
Funding Proposal for an Open Innovation Hub8
Image source: Pixabay CC0
Our costs
■ Physical space improvement
■ Recurring costs and operations
■ IT infrastructure
Physical Space Improvement
Work description Estimation
- ventilation $1,760
- walls $6,134
- misc. $34
- toilette $10,473
...
Physical Space Improvement
Old lab, 2011 to 2015
A Physical Hub for
Accelerated Innovation
Physical Space Improvement
New lab in renovation
A Physical Hub for
Accelerated Innovation, new
business model incubation.
Physical Space Improvement
Terrasse event space (under construction). An
interface between the public and SENSORICA
Digibi...
IT Infrastructure Costs
IT Infrastructure costs
Design & Development $304,100
Support roles $125,000
Services $281,344
Oth...
IT Infrastructure Costs
Network Resource Planning
(NRP)
Among many other improvements, the
new NRP will have a better UX/U...
Recurring Costs and Operations
Rolling expenses per year
Essential purchased services
Rent, Insurance, Internet, Hosting $...
SENSORICA Resource Intake Statements
SENSORICA needs an injection of funding
to scale to a much larger capacity
Governance for Managing the Funds
■ The fund for development and maintenance are held by ACES-CAKE, the
Custodian, a non-p...
Governance for Managing the Funds
■ The Custodian signs a Custodian agreement for all the affiliates,
guaranteeing a forma...
Return on Investment
■ A new kind of Incubator - a physical space for local entrepreneurs to incubate and
launch collabora...
Return on Investment
■ Open-source hardware and software - IoT and blockchain applications, scientific
instruments, precis...
Credits
Special thanks to all the people who contributed to creating this proposal:
■ Abran Khalid (open innovation)
■ Tib...
Thanks!
Any questions?
3485 Boul St-Laurent,
Montréal, QC H2X 2T6
Phone: (514) 418-8384
http://www.sensorica.co/home/conta...
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  1. 1. Accelerated Innovation in Open and Collaborative Networks
  2. 2. Hello! We are SENSORICA An open innovation and peer production network www.sensorica.co
  3. 3. Innovation in Open & Collaborative Networks1 Credit: Todd Huffman CC BY 2.0
  4. 4. Why Open & Collaborative Networks? Open and collaborative networks reduce the costs of, and accelerate innovation. The most disruptive new technologies, such as 3D printing, personal drones and blockchain, have been created and popularized by open networks. Ethereum Montreal meetup Oct. 24, 2015 at Sensorica
  5. 5. Why Open & Collaborative Networks? The rise of the OPEN signals profound, but positive socioeconomic changes. Well-structured open and collaborative networks outcompete traditional, hierarchically organized institutions.
  6. 6. Why Open & Collaborative Networks? Open collaborative networks create sustainable innovation, and put in place sustainable production and distribution systems. They also implement better mechanisms for redistribution of wealth and offer work environments that are purpose driven and more humane.
  7. 7. “ The current economy advocates infinite growth on a finite planet, and tries to make artificially scarce what is naturally abundant (knowledge). Peer production models respect the limits of the natural world and insure the free flow of shared knowledge. - Michel Bauwens Credit: Walter Siegmund CC BY-SA 3.0
  8. 8. Global Context The global market for the collaborative economy is expected to reach $335 billion US by 2025, up from $15 billion in 2014, 63% annual growth rate. The collaborative economy is a heavy, structuring and promising trend. Europe is introducing new policies to foster open science/innovation, the commons and p2p practices, and allocates millions of euros yearly to programs that nurture these initiatives.
  9. 9. Current Challenges in Innovating2 Credit: The White Mountain School CC BY-SA 4.0
  10. 10. What are some of today’s challenges in innovating? ■ Solving local problems, locally ■ Gaining input from the stakeholders in all stages of development ■ Curtailing extractive / exploitative crowdsourcing ■ Distributing equitable value to innovators ■ Fostering collaboration in a cross-disciplinary / international / intercultural context ■ Countering job fatigue / dissatisfaction ■ Tapping excess creative capacities ■ Next generation IT infrastructure and ecosystem process automation
  11. 11. Today’s challenges in innovation? New Stakeholders hold a lot of value. Traditional Stakeholders can greatly benefit from leveraging these New Stakeholders but have trouble understanding their practices and interfacing with them. For more than six years, SENSORICA has been building bridges between the two, so that Canada can become a leader in the New Economy. Traditional Stakeholders Interface New Stakeholders Business → ← Fab labs, makerspaces, hackerspaces Industry Open Value Networks (OVNs) Education Peer Producers Government Hobbyists (Drones, IoT, Blockchain etc.)
  12. 12. SENSORICA: Approach to Innovation3 eCommunity Garden prototype at EcoHackathon, October 18th, 2014
  13. 13. Montreal lab: 3485 Saint-Laurent Street Credit: Jean Gagnon CC BY-SA 3.0 Created in February 2011, in Montreal, SENSORICA is recognized worldwide as one of the most advanced pilot projects for the collaborative economy.
  14. 14. What is SENSORICA? SENSORICA is an open innovation and peer-production space based in Montreal, Canada, and an international community of world- renowned leaders in P2P technologies and new organizational models. SENSORICA is a for-benefit organization, with an economic model centered around open innovation, open source development.
  15. 15. 2332 Commits On Github for IT infrastructure development 4268 Logged Contributions For SENSORICA projects in 2016 45 Commercial Projects In open science, open source software and hardware
  16. 16. SENSORICA Experience and Network Reach The world’s first truly peer-production network: ■ 6 years expertise ■ 116 members from around the world ■ infrastructure for large-scale collaboration
  17. 17. How Does SENSORICA Work? SENSORICA builds production and distribution capacity on top of open innovation. It is the next logical step in the evolution of open source communities, turning them into full-fledged economic agents, able to innovate, produce and distribute with increased efficiency, predictability and accountability.
  18. 18. How Does SENSORICA Work? Using emerging technologies and state of the art open and collaborative business practices, SENSORICA integrates the latest trends in social networking, hack spaces, sharing and collaborative platforms to create socio-economic alternatives.
  19. 19. How Does SENSORICA Work? SENSORICA is built on P2P principles of sharing, whole-systems thinking and well-being. Holding a global network outlook, SENSORICA welcomes participants from all over the world, while supporting local economic initiatives.
  20. 20. SENSORICA’s Organizational Structure SENSORICA is a non- registered association (open network) that interfaces with the market through Exchange firms (limited liability corporations). Agents within the SENSORICA network are called Affiliates (freelance individuals or organizations)
  21. 21. SENSORICA Montreal Hub structure: An Integrated Space Techshop Adjacent space, interface with the larger community of innovators and entrepreneurs. Revenue model: Pay-per- use. Fab Lab Adjacent space, interface with larger community of innovators and entrepreneurs. Members subject to classical fablab governance. Revenue model: Monthly membership fees Incubator Adjacent space, interface with the larger startup community. Revenue model: Desk rental and techshop-type access to equipment. SENSORICA lab An open innovation hub with support for open and collaborative ventures. Affiliates are subject to SENSORICA’s governance for open innovation and peer-production. No application fees for becoming an affiliate. Revenue model based on commercial activity, products and services.
  22. 22. Montreal lab: 3485 Saint-Laurent Street
  23. 23. Recognition Numerous institutions have endorsed SENSORICA for its groundbreaking development. The White House - Invitation to present advantages of collaborative crowdsourcing Montreal Heart Institute - Received grant for Mosquito Project Government of Canada - Ongoing relationship… initiatives for the collaborative economy. TEDx - Presentation Open Value Networks as new economic model at TEDxMontreal. McGill University - Developed Open Source Hardware for Scientific Instruments. École Polytechnique - Development of optical fibre based sensor. Queen’s University - Developed Open Source Scientific Hardware. P2P Value - Part of stakeholders’ board. Involved in consortium’s research initiatives. HEC Montreal A New Economy Documentary - Featured in documentary A New Economy D
  24. 24. SENSORICA: Projects4 Image source: Sensorica
  25. 25. SENSORICAbuilds global networks and forges ties with communities of practice to catalyze and amplify local economic activity
  26. 26. Our Core Competencies 3D Printing Design and rapid prototyping with FDM and DLP printers Internet of Things Sensors, mesh networks microcontrollers and cloud Blockchain Cryptocurrency, smart contracts and distributed ledgers Open Source Hardware Electronics, optics, microfluidics and computing Open Source Software Architecture, design, development and deployment SENSORICA is focusing on 5 core areas
  27. 27. 3D Printing Optical Fibre scoring machine By SENSORICA According to Jeremy Rifkin, 3D printing signals the beginning of a third industrial revolution. SENSORICA activities 3D modeling, 3D printing, prototyping, education, public events.
  28. 28. Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) Applications Source: Sensorica Funneling innovation to local industries. IoT for heavy industry. Partner: Robco. Delivered: Smart seals ■ High speed open innovation by remixing open source technology ■ 60% R&D cost reduction by crowdsourcing
  29. 29. Blockchain Source: Pexels CC0 Developing next generation IT infrastructure and ecosystem process automation. It allows disintermediation and reduces the cost for managing relations between organizations. Partner: eVision Delivered: Interspace Access Management ■ Reduced development costs ■ Attracted rare skills to project
  30. 30. Therapeutic Medical Devices Breathing Games hardware design and user testing workshop Development of smart therapeutic devices. Exploration of a blockchain- based patient data management system. Partner: multiple academic Delivered: ■ Prototype device for asthma, cystic fibrosis, and other chronic respiratory diseases.
  31. 31. Scientific Instruments Two axis directional gimbal platform using brushless dc motors with direct drive system, magnetic base micromanipulators, made almost entirely using 3D printing technologies. Open source scientific instrument for photovoltaic material characterization. An Open Science project in collaboration with Queen’s University.
  32. 32. Scientific Instruments The Mosquito is an ultra sensitive force and displacement sensor, used in physiology research. Open source scientific instrument for manipulating individual muscle cells and for measuring single cell contraction forces. In collaboration with the Montreal Heart Institute.
  33. 33. Network Resource Planner (NRP) The future of accounting and management. The NRP is an IT tool for resource management, similar to the ERP used by enterprises. It incorporates solutions for collaborative and network economic activity. Created by SENSORICA, the NRP is now cited in papers for international accounting standards and is the subject of new academic research in accounting and management.
  34. 34. Innovation & Open Value Networks (OVN)5
  35. 35. SENSORICAhelps open-source communities become full-fledged economic agents connects traditional organizations with open innovation networks
  36. 36. SENSORICA - an Open Value Network (OVN) The SENSORICA network has developed and implemented a new paradigm for open innovation and peer production, called the Open Value Network (OVN) - now the subject of numerous publications, international conferences, documentaries, and university courses.
  37. 37. SENSORICA - an Open Value Network (OVN) The Open Value Network (OVN) model is at the heart of the P2P economy. It allows individuals and organizations to: ■ Co-create value through large- scale collaboration ■ Distribute value where it is needed ■ Redistribute revenue to all contributors, in proportion to their contributions.
  38. 38. SENSORICA - an Open Value Network (OVN) The SENSORICA OVN rests on a unique IT infrastructure, and uses governance and methodologies tailored for network production. It turns networks into formidable economic agents of comparable merit to corporations and co-ops. Data shows that the OVN model is on a path to become an important catalyst of local and international economic development.
  39. 39. OVN: Revolutionising Open Source The OVN innovation and production paradigm is now being adopted across the world by open innovation networks in order to become full-fledged economic agents Streamline economic activities Innovate, produce and distribute with increased efficiency, predictability and accountability
  40. 40. OVN: Helping Traditional Institutions Transition The OVN model helps traditional organizations form larger collaborative ecosystems in order to: Cut costs by mutualizing resources Increase the speed and the quality of innovation Facilitate transactions Streamline logistics
  41. 41. OVN: Helping Traditional Institutions Transition SENSORICA has prototyped mutually beneficial relations with traditional institutions: government, academia and the private sector. These relations constitute bridges between the new collaborative economy and the traditional one, allowing for a smooth economic transition.
  42. 42. Advancing OVN New p2p technologies like Blockchain, IPFS and Ceptr allow OVNs to scale to epic proportions yet significantly reduce operational costs. We are again at a turning point in the development of this new production paradigm. In order to fuel the transition to a much larger capacity, SENSORICA needs funding for its physical lab in Montreal and for the improvement of its IT infrastructure.
  43. 43. Building Local Engagement6 Image source: Sensorica
  44. 44. Hackathons Etherium Montreal meetup Oct. 24, 2015 at Sensorica SENSORICA provides hands-on learning opportunities for the local community by organizing hackathons around our high social impact projects. People learn new technical skills, experience a collaborative work environment, network and have fun.
  45. 45. Workshops Etherium Montreal meetup Oct. 24, 2015 at Sensorica SENSORICA provides in-context learning opportunities for the local community by organizing workshops on new technologies and new economic practices. We help people demystify the new trends, identify new possibilities and guide them towards new potential.
  46. 46. Youth Camp Robotics workshop for kids with Grandir sans frontières SENSORICA hosts playful learning activities for young kids, on alternative energy, robotics and 3D printing.
  47. 47. Community Events Presentation on the Blockchain at Ouishare’s École du collaboratif Oct. 27, 2016 Sensoricans are often solicited to participate in local events, and are invited as experts to present our collaborative economic model, new technology trends, new socio- economic trends, etc.
  48. 48. Community Events 3D printing day at SENSORICA SENSORICA host diverse public events, and we invite other local communities to contribute, reinforcing the collaborative economy ecosystem in Montreal.
  49. 49. Why an Open Innovation Hub?7 Credit: Walter Siegmund CC BY-SA 3.0
  50. 50. Benefits of Working with SENSORICA Students go hands on with innovative technologies Entrepreneurs find skills and resources that lower time and cost to market Companies acquire solutions and crowdsourced innovation Individuals gain new skills and earn equity in project Communities learn about new collaborative methodologies For the past 6 years, we have made a positive difference for
  51. 51. Acknowledging Open Networks Open networks must be acknowledged as legitimate organizations able to undertake complex activities, with high efficiency, predictability, and accountability. Open networks have given the world Linux, Mozilla Firefox, Blockchain technology, 3D printing and consumer drones, among many other things. Informal small-scale networks have always existed and are an important element of our socio-economic fabric. Large scale, Internet-enabled networks have been under development for over two decades. Over time, they have built infrastructure for resource and process management, governance and methodologies. SENSORICA is an important player in this development.
  52. 52. Acknowledging Open Networks Today, some networks are more predictable than corporations for their activities and output. SENSORICA is leading the way in turning open innovation networks into effective economic agents, by proposing the Open Value Network model (OVN). Governments and other traditional institutions are still struggling to recognize networks and to interface with them.
  53. 53. Funding Proposal for an Open Innovation Hub8 Image source: Pixabay CC0
  54. 54. Our costs ■ Physical space improvement ■ Recurring costs and operations ■ IT infrastructure
  55. 55. Physical Space Improvement Work description Estimation - ventilation $1,760 - walls $6,134 - misc. $34 - toilette $10,473 - stairs rails $1,008 - floor $6,119 - green wall $24,180 - furniture $1,350 - drain pit protection $300 - front door access $100 - equipment $8,625 - electrical $2,438 Total $62,524 See budget The new SENSORICA lab is located in the heart of Montreal, on St-Laurent street. $62,524 for renovations
  56. 56. Physical Space Improvement Old lab, 2011 to 2015 A Physical Hub for Accelerated Innovation
  57. 57. Physical Space Improvement New lab in renovation A Physical Hub for Accelerated Innovation, new business model incubation.
  58. 58. Physical Space Improvement Terrasse event space (under construction). An interface between the public and SENSORICA Digibit Incubator. A space dedicated to local entrepreneurs and established companies + services Event space. Education, workshops, conferences, networking Hardware store (under construction). An interface between the public and DaHub. Bitcoin Embassy. A pioneering crypto exchange place in Canada New SENSORICA Montreal Lab. A new kind of incubator and accelerator based on open innovation and peer production
  59. 59. IT Infrastructure Costs IT Infrastructure costs Design & Development $304,100 Support roles $125,000 Services $281,344 Others $28,000 TOTAL $738,444 $738,444 for improvements See budget SENSORICA’s IT infrastructure is now used by various open innovation networks and communities. It can also empower consortia of traditional organizations, and reinforce the interface between traditional organizations and open networks.
  60. 60. IT Infrastructure Costs Network Resource Planning (NRP) Among many other improvements, the new NRP will have a better UX/UI, better tools for accounting and reporting, and some blockchain applications to support resource management, exchanges and redistribution of benefits.
  61. 61. Recurring Costs and Operations Rolling expenses per year Essential purchased services Rent, Insurance, Internet, Hosting $26,700 Support roles $206,400 Responsible $94,080 Guide $38,400 Administration $40,320 Animator $33,600 Outreach $50,400 IT $30,720 Others Consumables, supplies, equipment $6,000.00 Total $239,100 See budget SENSORICA will expand its activities, providing more opportunities to local entrepreneurs and traditional companies. $239,100 for rolling costs
  62. 62. SENSORICA Resource Intake Statements SENSORICA needs an injection of funding to scale to a much larger capacity
  63. 63. Governance for Managing the Funds ■ The fund for development and maintenance are held by ACES-CAKE, the Custodian, a non-profit organization registered in Quebec. ■ SENSORICA is a non-registered association of affiliated freelance individuals, organizations and networks. ■ The affiliates form a council and create a project governance document, which will guide their conduct and the decision making processes based on the initial planning, the mission and the vision of the project. ■ The project is executed by the affiliates of SENSORICA
  64. 64. Governance for Managing the Funds ■ The Custodian signs a Custodian agreement for all the affiliates, guaranteeing a formal process for the allocation of the fund, according to a development plan previously agreed upon and formalized by the affiliate council, based on priorities, and on the accomplishment of pre-established milestones. ■ All material assets purchased with the fund will legally belong to the Custodian, guaranteeing access to all affiliates, in perpetuity, based on SENSORICA’s access rules.
  65. 65. Return on Investment ■ A new kind of Incubator - a physical space for local entrepreneurs to incubate and launch collaborative ventures, based on new commons-based and p2p practices. ■ Infrastructure for collaborative networks - The network resource planning and value accounting tools (NRP) developed by SENSORICA are offered under an open source license. ■ New collaborative business models - SENSORICA’s model is documented on a wiki under a Creative Commons license, along with other variations of the model tested by partner organizations. ■ Rare skills hub - the SENSORICA lab is a magnet for people with new and rare skills pertaining to cutting edge technologies and new economic practices.
  66. 66. Return on Investment ■ Open-source hardware and software - IoT and blockchain applications, scientific instruments, precision agriculture, robotics, 3D printing, lab-on-a-chip, etc. ■ Events - SENSORICA hosts events on cutting edge technological and economic trends, such as IoT, blockchain, commons and p2p. ■ Education - ■ Free and paid courses/workshops for entrepreneurs and companies on new technologies and new business models. ■ Internships for students, exposing them to collaborative and participatory practices, and to open methodologies. ■ Engaging and educational activities for kids, such as 3D printing, robotics, basic electronics and solar energy.
  67. 67. Credits Special thanks to all the people who contributed to creating this proposal: ■ Abran Khalid (open innovation) ■ Tiberius Brastaviceanu (open innovation and peer production) ■ Jim Anastassiou (blockchain, collaborative infrastructures) ■ Nassima Mecheri (open innovation) ■ Maria Frangos (infrastructure and process design) ■ Brigitte Marcotte (marketing) ■ Thiago Carlos Oliveira (management) Presentation template by SlidesCarnival
  68. 68. Thanks! Any questions? 3485 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2X 2T6 Phone: (514) 418-8384 http://www.sensorica.co/home/contact-us

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