Raoul MALLART completed his PhD in Physics in 1991 while working at Philips Research where he was involved in the improvement of Medical Ultrasonic Imaging. In 1995 his research focus changed to Multimedia Systems, Internet and real-time 3D graphics. During this period, Raoul was involved in the standardization efforts that led to the definition of the MPEG-4 standard. From 1997 to 2000, Raoul was posted in Silicon Valley where he interacted with the start-up ecosystem working on a new paradigm for interactive TV leveraging both Internet and broadcast connectivity. Upon his return to Paris, he led a research department at Philips Research France involved in Multimedia applications over wireless networks. More recently, Raoul was leading the product innovation team of Philips Software (now part of NXP), a leading Independent Software Vendor that has shipped multimedia software of over one Billion mobile phones, then at ARCHOS, a French vendor of Android Tablets and Mobile phones. In 2014 Raoul joined SIGFOX to take in charge the Technology Innovation department.