Founded in 2010 by Eric Carreel and Serge Renouard and managed by CEO, Amelie Caudron.
lnvoxia is a French company that designs and markets a range of sensors that integrate neural networks (embedded artificial intelligence) for both the general public and professionals. Invoxia has developed GPS trackers dedicated to vehicles (cars, motorcycles, scooters), pets and bicycles. Invoxia is today the leader in GPS tracking in France. The company has a head office in France and offices in the United States and China.
Les dates clés Invoxia
Some figures about Invoxia
10 years of existence
Awards at the CES
+ more than 1,000
stolen vehicles recovered
Eric Carreel, President and co-founder of Invoxia. Eric Carreel is a serial entrepreneur engineer. He first worked in institutional research as a researcher in the radio field. He then co-founded Inventel, of which he was president from 2002 to 2005 and was thus one of the major architects of Triple Play in Europe. After Inventel was acquired by Thomson, he became Technical Director of Thomson's Home Products Division. He holds an engineering degree from the Paris Ecole Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles (ESPCI) and a doctorate in engineering from the University of Paris VI, and is the author of some 50 patents. His vision as an engineer enables him to make innovation the best tool to conquer new markets. Eric's vision of technology and his keen sense of design bring to the company his strong capacity for innovation. He is in charge of Invoxia's strategic orientations.
Amélie Caudron, CEO of Invoxia, graduated from the Ecole Centrale Paris and the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden in 2013. Amélie started her career in digital strategy consulting at Digital Value. She then joined Withings as a product manager on innovative connected products. In 2018, she joined Invoxia as director of product management and has been running the company since April 2019. Amélie, 32 years old, speaks Swedish, is passionate about children's illustrations, she draws and creates stop motion designs. Her father, an engineer, has a tech and pragmatic side and her mother, a sculptor, has a passion for creating.