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Sunday January 1st, 2017

Interview of the month: Isabelle Grillaud

Isabelle Grillaud, R&D Innovation manager at Construction Privée, presents the concept of electricity and control using PoE (Power over Ethernet). The concept recently won the innovation competition.

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