22 January 2020
In this first podcast episode, we give Carte Blanche to Stéphane Klajzyngier, who has been the Executive Managing Director of the Electronics activity of LACROIX since 2015.
Together with him, we dive into the future of the Electronics activity of LACROIX, and we see what Industry 4.0 will mean for the sector from 2020 onwards. From strategic plans to utopias, discover his perspective on the issues of Smart Industry, the user definition of industrial products and the impact of data.
Enjoy your listening!
(Podcast only available in French)
The future is not in big data, but rather smart data.
If I had Carte Blanche, I would like to invent a revolutionary product. The one thing that everyone is waiting for, without really being able to put it into words…
2020 marks the end of our first strategic plan, in which transformation towards Smart Industry was the guiding principle. At the same time, it also marks the starting point for our next plan, where the industry of the future will become the norm.
The 3 pillars of the industry of the future are automation, digitalisation and respect for the environment. I hope that this will allow us to bring production interests back, so that they are as close as possible to consumers, meaning in France, Germany and not just low-cost countries.
For Stéphane Klajzyngier, consumers are increasingly looking for THE unique product, meaning the one that best suits their needs. The question is how to make a unique product, but at the cost of mass production.
It’s like zero inventory, zero paper, zero lead time, it’s a sort of utopia. But, just like any utopia, it’s interesting, because it shows us the path we need to take. We need great flexibility, capacity for product customisation, and proximity to production.
One of our activities, as an manufacturer, is also to only report useful data. Indeed, it is essential to take into account the impact of data use, both on global electricity consumption, and on climate change concerns.
In the 90s, he first joined the world of electronics, and then the mobile industry. He worked at Alcatel during its deployment in Asia, and he was the chairman at Radio Frequency Systems. In 2015, he became Executive Managing Director of the Electronics activity of LACROIX.
In Carte Blanche, the LACROIX podcast that connects you to the electronics industry of the future, guests share their vision of the Smart Industry and the future of the industrial IoT, taking us behind the scenes of electronic design and production. They will share their own experiences and talk all about this 4.0 company.
What will the industry of the future look like? How can we support this major transformation? What are the key industrial challenges of tomorrow? All these questions will be answered by the employees of the Electronics activity of LACROIX, given Carte Blanche in this podcast.
In this new season, we are placing a special emphasis on our customers, our suppliers and our business ecosystem as a whole. You will also discover unexpected answers to a game of twenty questions…
The Carte Blanche format remains the same: engaged the employees the Electronics activity of LACROIX who spend 7 minutes sharing their experiences.
Carte Blanche #10 (upcoming episode)
Bear with us… We are still working on the next episode.