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Energy harvesting smart infrared cameras and companion products

profilePhoto   Numa Schenone
Linksium Contact Numa Schenone +33 (0)7 78 09 11 94 numa.schenone@linksium.fr
ORIOMA et XDIGIT Serdar Manakli, CEO +33 (0)6 47 67 66 67 serdar.manakli@orioma.com
Orioma feder


  • Ultra Low Power
  • Privacy
  • Interoperability
  • Standardized communication

Key words

  • Infrared image sensor
  • Autonomous occupancy sensor
  • Energy harvesting
  • No battery

Intellectual Property

  • 1 patent

Partnerships & Rewards

  • 2022 i-Lab French Deeptech Innovation Competition Winner - Grand Prix


  • TIMA


  • CNRS
  • UGA

Linksium Continuum

  • Incubation


  • Incorporated startups


Smart building services will enable to rationalize the use and cost of professional buildings.

“Building Occupancy” and more generally the IOT smart building market, is a market where services will be adopted if they are really efficient and free of hassles.


The Orioma's microbolometer sensor is 6 to 7 times less energy hungry than its competitors. Additionally, the precision level is still very good and enables product to sustain only on harvested energy.

This innovative hardware architecture enables on the same limited energy budget, to deliver a synthetic information: number of peoples present in a room. This is really the highest level of privacy combined with advanced people counting.


Thanks to Orioma’s sensor, we can provide some energy-free services based on maintenance-free hardware.

The total cost of ownership is therefore kept to its minimum.

State of progress

We are demonstrating our building occupancy service, including :

  • Privacy-by-design
  • Security-by-design
  • Battery-free energy-harvesting hardware
  • Wireless low-power uplink
  • Data-push or data-pull integrated services


Orioma’s solution first product will be a building occupancy service.

Thanks to this service generic architecture, many complementary battery-free applications will be designed based on ultra-low-power middle or high range sensors.

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