Gregory Bouchery

Gregory Bouchery

Grégory Bouchery joined Schneider Electric in 2007, as automation trainer & country marketing manager in Japan. After being involved in the business incubation of the Pelco video security solutions & energy management solutions in Japan, he joined the worldwide Control & Signaling marketing team. Since then he is located in the Angoulême, France, and is in charge of future offer creation.

How to get on the road to Smart Machines: The ABC’s of Machine Setting

Designing a smart machine means making a lot of choices – from the biggest parts down to the push-buttons and types of interfaces. A machine builder has to take many… Read more »

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The Flatter, the Better: The Origins of Flush Aesthetics in Machinery

Question: What do witches and vampires have in common with industrial machinery? Answer: They’ve all undergone serious makeovers that have transformed them from ugly ducklings to graceful swans. The wart-covered… Read more »

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How Can Aesthetics Drastically Improve Your Machine Efficiency?

In my last article, I’ve talk about the importance of aesthetics for the control interfaces of machines, how a pleasant to see control interface could ease your sales talk by… Read more »

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How important is aesthetics for your machine?

I remember when I was an engineer fresh out of university and having a discussion with a co-worker who was in charge of the design of a new clean room… Read more »

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