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According to Stéphane Gervais, vice-president in charge of innovation Lacroix Electronics, “5G is an asset for preserving” jobs.
According to Stéphane Gervais, vice-president in charge of innovation Lacroix Electronics, “5G is an asset for preserving” jobs. Nirut Sangkeaw / nirutft – stock.adobe.com

At Lacroix Electronics, an Angevin company, the first stone of the factory of the future has already been laid. While waiting for this new building to come into operation next year, the group is testing the new equipment and 5G. “With Orange, we installed 5G in our old factory, to be ready to equip the new one. We test, innovate and invent together the industrial uses of 5G», Explains Stéphane Gervais, vice-president in charge of innovation Lacroix Electronics, for whom 5G is one of the vectors for maintaining industrial activity in our territory.

Here, no flying robots, but heat sensors, hydrometry … so many parameters that must be constantly measured to guarantee optimal conditions for the assembly of electronic boards intended for aeronautics and other players industrial. “With 5G, we can increase the number of sensors in the factory and report these parameters in real time. The objective is to

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