Your dreams become true
20 years experience
Occitaline outcomes of 20 years of experience, training, field expertise and development on BMS systems in distributed architectures using standardized protocols.
Predicting your needs
Occitaline designed from Ox-core a whole range of new generation LonWorks routers, not only to answer the cutomers’needs, but also to go one step ahead with an offer on new functions.
Located in Toulouse, France, Occitaline proudly represents the region where aeronautics and pharmacology industries were created and developed. Occitaline shares the same values of technical innovation, excellence and liability.
A new generation
After Newron System’s success story, Daniel Zotti logically created Occitaline as the cradle of a new generation of building infrastructure products: simpler to use, cheaper, smart and equipped with the crucial diagnostic functions for BMS.
and simplified setup
and open protocols
Engineer graduated from ENI Brest, Daniel Zotti started his career at Bendix Automotive (now Siemens Automotive) where he was in charge of testing car line production. He also got to know measurement, metrology, IT, Unix operating systems, networks and Oracle database. Then he passed to the supplier’s side to work for an SSII where he was in charge of the advanced technological department. In 1994, the American company, Echelon, released LonWorks protocol, the very first open and programmable field bus used in building automation control. Daniel Zotti became a French trainer for Echelon and trained the first generation of LonWorks software engineers, as well as integrators and manufacturers for more than 20 years. Meanwhile, he started a company called Newron System in 1993, which became the world’s reference in BMS software integration using LonWorks protocol, and using other KNX and BACnet protocols. This same year, he co-established with Didier Tymen, the Lon User France association (becoming LonMark France and today LonMark Francophone) in order to federate and organize all the actors of LonWorks technology around possibilities of technical and trading developments. For around 15 years, Daniel Zotti is in high demand all over Europe to appraise LonWorks buildings, offering a global vision of stakes in networks’ infrastructures. In 2013, Occitaline is the logical continuation of technical and commercial approach: using knowledge and field experience to conceive and setup the new generation of infrastructure products aimed at building automation networks.
After his training in electrical engineering & industrial IT, embedded systems, safety running automations and real time systems, Jérémy Esquirol moved to Quebec to develop domotic controlling systems. Back in France, he became a developer for Newron System and developed embedded systems on Linux. After some time at Sogeti High Tech to work on control flight software tools for A330, based on standard DO-178C, he joined Occitaline as project manager on Occitaline core and its derived products. Today, he coordinates embedded software’s development and adapts Linux core over a whole range of products.
After a “Physics, technology and engineer’s sciences” preparatory class, Sourinia entered INSA in Toulouse. During her internship, she developed embedded softwares for Celians and digital cards in a start-up for photovoltaic modules in Ireland. Sourinia started her career in an engineering agency in electronics and industrial IT before managing testing benches development for Actia in Tunisia. She joins Occitaline to develop electronical and mechanical designs of the routers, she was put in charge of industrialization and certification of all the products.
After a training in electrical engineering & industrial IT, specialized in smart systems, Julien Amar turned to aerospace and worked on realism of flight simulators at Supaéro School. Then he entered Thalès Avionics to develop the testing interface of European project SESAR aiming at securing aircrafts communication as they approach airport areas. He entered Aéroconseil to work on simulation core of their own simulator before joining Occitaline team to develop embedded software of Ox-Core.
Where to buy our products?
France : ABB France
Germany : SafeSquare GmbH
Middle-East : PNC
IBS event - Paris - October 2019
Smart City – Barcelona - November 2019
Light + Building – Frankfurt – March 8-13 2020
IBS event - Paris - November 2-3 2019
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