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Speaking with PIQ’s CEO, Cédric Mangaud at CES 2016, he shared what makes sport more interesting this time around.
As they have teamed up with Rossignol, now you can get more metrics in sports you never thought you might need.
The device lets you track your activities in detail, and even tell you where you excel most. Great to track your golf, tennis, and ski performances.
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Cédric has 15 years of experience with Telecommunications and Internet companies. He was previously heading the Value Added Services at HTC Group where he seats at the CEO Management Board. Prior to HTC, he was the founder and CEO of Abaxia, nominated twice as leader in its market. Before founding Abaxia, Cedric was COO of Namebay, a Monaco-based domain name registrar. Cedric holds an international Master in Marketing and Finance gained between MIM New York, IMUA Tokyo and ISG Paris. He is a native of France, and also speaks fluent English.
PIQ is a French based company, a subsidiary of Octonion, a Swiss based company specializing in software and services for sensors. PIQ is a team composed of seasoned executives, designers and engineers located in Switzerland, France, Eastern Europe and the United States. The team has applied its many years of technology, design and got to market experience to creating and commercializing PIQ. PIQ is manufactured by Foxconn, the world’s largest electronic contract manufacturer in the world.
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