With a university education in mathematics, electronics and software, he began his career at Alcatel in 1986 as an engineer of studies in the fields of electromagnetic compatibility, analog and digital line interfaces. In the eighties, he participated in the creation of many radio stations, his true passion. In 1990, he took over an electronics subcontracting company, which he restructured and became Aztec Radiomedia. He develops his company by his personal involvement in the drafting of the RDS (Radio Data System) standard and the creation of products and systems based on digital signal processing (RDS (1992), Digiplexers (1995), FM Navigator (1996 ), IP2 (1999)) of which he signed the electronic and software architecture. Gilles ceded Aztec Radiomedia to the company Digigram in 1999, and settled in 2001 as a consultant ( CTIC and FMNET ) serving national and foreign institutions. In 2004, the "Conseil Supérieur de l'Audiovisuel" and the "FM2006" working group entrusted him with the task of exploring, in relation with radio professionals, the different alternatives for the optimization of the French FM radio spectrum. The project has resulted in a roadmap that is now being implemented.
After training as a senior technician in electronics, he started as technical manager of Radio Campus Strasbourg. Besides the technical management of the radio, Philippe has provided numerous performances of recordings of interviews and concerts. In 1996 he joined the test / validation team of Alcatel's DECT telephony department to finalize a product range. In 1998 he joined the company Aztec Radiomedia. In particular, it manages the deployment of new display and positioning systems (RDS and DGPS technologies) for the CTS (Compagnie des Transports Strasbourgeois) buses. After the merger with Digigram, Philippe takes charge of technical support for Aztec Radiomedia equipment and in particular the IP2 range (IP network interfaces). In 2004 he joined the study/projects team of Alsace Audiovisual/IEC, a major audiovisual integrator. As a project manager for fixed installations, he designs and configures audiovisual systems (sound, video, lighting, automation) for theaters, museums or conference rooms. Philippe is since 2008 one of your interlocutors operational at CreaCast. Philippe is also one of the founding partners of CreaCast.
Eric started at Alcatel where he developed the audio part of the Webphone. He then joined Aztec Radiomedia in 2000 where he devoted himself to the development of audio functions on professional embedded products. Always at Aztec Radiomedia, Eric has assumed the development of functions for the direct decoding of FM radio signals. As a Linux and embedded systems specialist, now free lance ( www.systelio.com ), Eric ensures for CreaCast the development of the specific codecs and their remote administration system.