At Hypervision Technology, all our efforts are geared towards serving human beings. Day after day, we devise and implement pragmatic and useful software solutions with the hope of making people’s life easier and organizations more resilient.
YUNO is human-centric.
It notifies all stakeholders in real time, orchestrates human efforts, and leverages the expertise of each team member for an optimal collective performance.
All digital tools, software applications and digital transformation itself only have one ultimate goal: making life of human beings better. This is our commitment.
Hypervision Technology is proud to put humans at the very core of its DNA. Our team members originate from various backgrounds, each of them contributing in her own way to making YUNO a pragmatic, efficient, agile, and powerful solution.
Graduated from ENSEM in Electrical Engineer – major in high-power supply - and from HEC Paris with a M.S. in International Finance, Xavier worked for 20 years in the financial markets in Paris, Frankfurt, London and New York. He then started his own real estate business before returning recently to France.
He has been supporting the YUNO adventure since the start of Hypervision.
Graduated from Ecole Polytechnique and from ENSAE, Pierre worked for 15 years in the financial markets in Paris, London and Hong-Kong.
He has been supporting the YUNO adventure since the start of Hypervision and joined us in August 2020.
Graduated from ITII engineering school with a major in automation and software development.
He’s the «sniper» of the team. Perspicatious, he knows before being able to explain. And that’s the reason why he’s been on board since the inception of the project.
Fatima will soon receive a well-deserved master’s degree in software development from ESTIAM engineering school. Beyond her technical skills, she can count on her natural curiosity and adaptive skills to successfully reach all of her goals.
Pierre received his master’s degree from Ecole Centrale de Marseille and is currently a PhD student working on YUNO’s core features. He likes to describe himself as a true scientific mind who likes to analyze, understand, and infer. Pierre is also a cybersecurity enthusiast.
Paul received his PhD in signal processing from Telecom ParisTech.
He wrote a number of scientific articles, notably «Spatio-temporal constrained tone mapping operator for HDR video compression» (C. Ozcinar, P. Lauga, G. Valenzise, F. Dufaux in Journal of Visual Communication and Image Representation, Volume 55, August 2018, pages 166-178).