Freemindtronic Startup of the month march 2013 by ElectroniqueS magazine & electroniques.biz
Freemindtronic invents a technology to dynamically protect electronic systems
The Toulouse-based start-up Freemindtronic, founded in 2010, has set itself the mission of implementing a technology called “Fullprotect” that protects electronic systems from electrical or environmental risks and records all random events in a “black box” called “Evidence Box”. This technology allows for unfalsifiable secure event traceability and is of particular interest to insurance companies that are willing to promote the technology to their members. Protected by an international patent, this technology is “unprecedented and unique in the world.” It offers “dynamic, intelligent, interactive” protection in the sense of M2M (Machine to Machine) but also IHM (Human-Machine Interaction), and not passive like that usually present in electronic devices.
The company was founded by Jacques Gascuel, inventor of the “Fullprotect” technology for which he was awarded the Silver Medal of Innovation at the Geneva International Motor Show in 2010 in the categories of electricity, electronics, computer, communication, multimedia. The device comes in the form of an electronic module, intended to be later integrated on silicon, which is associated with a “black box”. It has a communication system based on NFC technology and an accelerometer. The proliferation of NFC readers in mobile phones have thus allowed a wide variety of applications. Examples include the possibility of recovering information about the life of electronic systems, setting a limited duration of use for a product, knowing its actual duration of use or its remaining warranty duration, or enslaving a product to become an anti-theft device.
Providing evidence at a level of evidence
Excerpt from the article by Mr. Jacques Marouani journalist of the magazine Electronics ” Freemindtronic Startup of the month march 2013″.
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Argos One NFC was invented by Jacques Gascuel using his patent issued internationally under numbers FR2941572 on a device for monitoring and protecting the power supply of an electrical appliance and the process for implementing this device.