A passion: innovation
Initially, Professor Pruski, whose research aims to help people with autism, joined forces with Doctor PhD Moussaoui, who is passionate about algorithms.The merging of their knowledge and expertise has made it possible to develop an apprehending scenes model of everyday life through virtual reality.Because they wanted to adapt these simulations to patient conditions, such as stressful situations, they decided to develop a non-contact heart rate measurement tool: this is the genesis of Caducy
Professor at the University of Lorraine, he specializes in cognitive stimulation and the fusion of data from physiological sensors. He directed the Laboratory of Automatics of Cooperative Systems (LACS) specializing in computer science, automation engineering, electronics and neuroscience, and administered the Federative Institute for Research on Technical Aids for People with Disabilities (FIRTAPD).
PhD in automation engineering, he is an expert in algorithms, signal processing and optimization. A researcher at the University of Lorraine, he has created several companies in France and abroad in the field of 3D.
President & CEO
Master Engineer with a Master in Business Administration from IAE in Bordeaux, he is also passionate about new technologies.
Entrepreneur for 12 years, he founded and managed two companies (Kubenboa and Cognityk).