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Electronics Production | December 03, 2009

Motorola invests in Sensitive Object

Motorola has invested in France-based Sensitive Object, a spin-off from the French Science National Research Centre (CNRS).
Sensitive Object has been created in October 2003 and by August 2004 has received funding to speed up its development from Sofinnova Partners, a venture capital firm. Sensitive Object has a workforce of more than 20 engineers and has operations in Paris and Singapore.

“Natural user interface (NUI) and in particular interacting with a device through touch is an area of rapid development and great excitement,” said Reese Schroeder, managing director, Motorola Ventures (Motorola's strategic venture capital arm, which made the investment). “Sensitive Object provides an innovative and unique approach allowing new ways of interaction. We’re most excited to be involved in their growth and success.”

“We are excited to be working closely with the Motorola team. Motorola is a perfect partner for our disruptive touch solution considering Motorola’s innovative and successful history with mobile phones,” said Hervé Martin, chief executive officer of Sensitive Object.

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