Two very recent achievements of Yves Guillou, a member of the xFIVE team, deserve to be underlined!
A book on agile project management
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Deux réalisations toutes récentes de Yves Guillou, membre de l'équipe xFIVE, méritent d'être soulignées !
A book on agile projectmanagement
Yves has just written with two other authors a very interesting book on project management. It is altogether pragmatic and full of useful tools to make project management both dynamic and better controlled.
More information on www.situveuxmangerunelephant.org
The MEDEF Award for Quality and Operational Excellence
The company of which Yves is also technical director comes under his impulse to win a trophy during the Day of Quality and Operational Excellence organized by the French MEDEF. More information on this link.
Creativity Week, 2016 : xFIVE was present at Tournai and Charleroi
In the context of the 2016 Creativity Week, Creative Wallonia Engine and the 7 Creative Hubs of Wallonia have put in the spotlight the creative talents of our region under the generic theme "Make Wallonia". Different inventive, creative, enthusiastic people came from everywhere to illustrate how Wallonia's tomorrow is created, how it all begins, it is organized, it develops products and services of tomorrow .
In this context, and thanks to Elodie Wannez and Sandy Menegazzi WAP's Hub of Tournai (in which xFIVE is a partner), we were proud to present two examples of realizations that demonstrate possible orientations in the context of "energy for tomorrow" :
- EnergX, biogas unit designed to fit the requirement of mid-sized farms.
- RELIOS, a thermal solar panel 100% made of recycled materials.
The NanoEnergX demonstrator was developed with the support of students of the French Community Technical Institute Renée Joffroy, located in Ath. NanoEnergX allowed students to be involved in an industrial project directly linked to environmental and energy issues. They were making a really useful tool in a business context while learning their job with the support of competent and motivated teachers, because it is in practice that one learns to make perfect. Congratulations to them!
RELIOS was designed by Caroline Lepot for his final work for graduating as civil engineer in chemistry and materials in 2015. This solar panel is not only creative, but also environmentally friendly and highly efficient: its thermal performance is 60 to 80 % of those of a commercial thermal sensor. Only costing 120€ for 4m², it produces 43% of the hot water needs of a Belgian family of 4 with installed 4m². This project was awarded the prize of universality awarded by AILouvain in 2015, and has been nominated for the Belgian Prize for the Environment and Energy EEAWARD 2016