echOpen factory

echOpen factory

Aplicaciones móviles, Inteligencia artificial/Aprendizaje automático, Salud


Public Health Doctor at Hôtel-Dieu Hospital. Mehdi is mainly involved in the interface role between connected medicine and open technologies: ultrasound imaging, methodology for the development of artificial Intelligence solutions. He was a pioneer in Blockchain applications for the quality of clinical trials. He is also a mathematics agrégé, holder of a Pure Mathematics thesis and a software developer.

After his studies in science and economics and then a business school, Olivier makes a passage in the industry mainly for international development and attached to the executive management team before taking off for South-East Asia where he will stay 8 years managing then launching development projects. He elaborates programs to promote an access to education for the most vulnerable young people and creates solutions for women victims of violence and trafficking. Back in France, he sets up a Swedish industrialist on the French market and launches projects on the use of new health-applied technologies, thus co-founding echOpen. He joins several groups working on new technologies and their scientific and societal contributions.

After engineering studies at INSA Lyon, Bruno continued his career within global industrial companies (ABB, Veolia, Areva) in the fields of production, industrialization, engineering, construction and IT at increasing levels of responsibility and in significantly changing contexts. He was responsible for the industrialization of air treatment systems for ABB, then he was at the head of the program of studies reorganization as part of an LBO-merger. For Veolia Transport, he initiated the implementation of a European railway IS during the merger of several entities. Then he took over the management of the international IS to support the group's rapid growth, carrying out numerous audits and implementations in the context of acquisitions on 4 continents. He runs the IS department reorganization program during the merger between Veolia Transport and Transdev. As an interim manager, he took charge of Areva’s solution centers including industrial ones, at the time of the demerger of Framatome and Orano, structuring common teams and asset transfers. He currently leads the echOpen EIT Health program within a consortium of international partners, as well as the industrialization program.

After engineering studies at ENSAM, Benoit completed his educational background with a Master's degree in Computer Systems at ENSAE ParisTech. He started his career in 1988 at SAGEM (SAFRAN Group) by developing industry-applied "real-time" artificial intelligence systems. He continues his activity as an independent consultant to bring his expertise in the field of industrial IT and mechatronics to the big groups like SAGEM, LAFARGES or Telemecanique as well as to SMEs/SMIs. He then joined the NUM company (Groupe Schneider), a French specialist in machine tool digital controls as a manager of the team developing human/machine interfaces of future ranges. Recruited by AMVALOR, the ENSAM research promotion organisation, he will be architect and designer of the company's information systems hosting several thousand users (administrators, teacher-researchers, students, etc.). He is currently the technological referent for the echOpen project while continuing to support SMEs and startups in the development of their projects.


echOpen Factory is a start-up committed to developing, industrializing and deploying an ultra-portable, ultra-affordable and easy-to-use ultrasound imaging solution: a versatile tool for a major medical revolution such a "stethoscope” of the 21st century. This solution is dedicated to the patient diagnostic orientation: fast, anywhere and at any place, it comprises an imaging probe, connected to any smartphone or tablet, completed with secure digital services, including artificial intelligence. Designed for healthcare professionals, doctors and paramedics, both public and private, this device will support practitioners in their daily clinical practice in order to improve patient care across the country.

What they are looking for

echOpen factory is looking for autonomous, agile and committed women and men who wish to contribute to meeting the challenge of making ultrasound medical imaging accessible for everyone and everywhere. People willing to improve the patient care diagnostics. Women and men sharing the values ​​of high standards and openness. People convinced that technologies can have a positive impact on the health system!

Because joining echOpen means participating in a collective and ambitious adventure that meets one of the greatest challenges of our time which is transforming medical practice!

Good to know

echOpen factory is based in the heart of Paris, within the Hotel-Dieu - AP-HP Hospital on the Ile de la Cité, allowing close and direct collaboration with healthcare professionals and the technical and scientific community of the major surrounding research centers. Each employee will be able to develop their network and skills, particularly through its partners. The atmosphere is simple, open and collaborative, mixing passion for missions and moments of informal discussions.

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