ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: How mass IoT solves the Intrinsic Sustainability Equation | Loic Barancourt | TEDxBlighStreet

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: How mass IoT solves the Intrinsic Sustainability Equation | Loic Barancourt | TEDxBlighStreet

Here’s Great Tip: How mass IoT solves the Intrinsic Sustainability Equation | Loic Barancourt | TEDxBlighStreet


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Loïc Brancourt has dedicated his life to solving the equation of intrinsic sustainability. The CEO and pioneer of IoT (Internet of Things), tells us that by harnessing the power of mass IoT we can make the world a more efficient place and a more carbon neutral place, without negative societal impacts. Loic Barancourt is a pioneer of the Internet of Things (IoT) who is passionate about how technology can solve sustainability challenges. With a reputation as a visionary InfraTech entrepreneur, Loic co-founded Thinxtra Ltd in 2015. Today, Thinxtra is the leading IoT Telco across Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Macau. As a CEO, Loic’s vision is to accelerate the creation of large-scale efficiencies for a carbon neutral, sustainable future via mass-IoT deployments.

Prior to this current venture, Loic led some of Australia’s first strategic IoT initiatives in Utilities, Health and Transport at NetComm Wireless and Sagemcom. Born in France, Loic studied a double master’s degree in energy and telecom engineering at Centrale Paris/Supelec and business and entrepreneurship at ESCP Europe and University of Texas, Austin. He now calls Australia home. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

7 Replies to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: How mass IoT solves the Intrinsic Sustainability Equation | Loic Barancourt | TEDxBlighStreet”

  1. I'm glad this issue of sustainability is getting more talked about! A few days ago I posted a video about the Climate Crisis, and different mentalities people have towards it that stop us progressing. I'm trying first and foremost to get through to people who 1. Don't know much about the problem and 2. Don't care about it.

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