Fabio Campos

UFR Sciences et Techniques · fabiocampospro@gmail.com

Currently studying for a Master's degree in Computer Science, in a Industry 4.0 program. I work in a work/study training program ("alternance") in THALES LAS France, in Elancourt (78). This allows me to work in real conditions with production projects in a innovative French company selling military-grade products.


Alternant Outils et Systèmes d'Informations Service Client

Web Developer


Developing an internal web application made to ease Customer Support employees, and capitalize our data. It's goals are :

  • Capitalize all the measurement done within the production and repair phase
  • Track the life of an equipment
  • Only do measurements in adequation with the failure
  • Provide a helping tool to locate damage
  • Provide to managers, technical managers and engineering analysis reports and indicators
April 2018 - Present THALES LOGO

Web Developer


Participate in the development of an application sold to the printers company RICOH. I was in the Services Integration department and worked :

  • Java EE development, JSF framework adn migration from version 1.2 to 2.3 (+PrimeFaces framework)
  • Project prototype in AngularJS
  • Technical evolution of the application

April 2017 - August 2017 BELHARRA LOGO

Computing Intern


End-of-studies internship at DUT Informatique. Mission: implement a system of E.D.M (Electronic Document Management) in the company, to promote and streamline document flows, encourage collaboration, and optimize document management of the company. I did the collection of user needs, analysis of existing, research, and drafting specifications.

April 2016 - June 2016 SIG IMAGE LOGO


Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour

Master Informatique - Industry 4.0
Computer Science - Industry 4.0

The aim of this master is to train Computer Sciences and Information Technologies experts in order to be able to address the new challenges of current and future generations of digital societies. Current trends on digital technologies represented by the Internet of things, cyber-physical systems, social networks, cloud computing, big data and cognitive computing have provided the basis for a new industrial revolution named Industry 4.0.

At the end of this program, the students in the « Industry 4.0 Computer Sciences Master” will be able to:

  • Identify and analyse the functional and non-functional requirements of digital organisations (industries and enterprises).
  • Design and model multi-dimensional architectures resulting from the integration and coordination of Internet of Everything entities (IoT, Data, People, Services and Cloud Computing infrastructures) aimed at satisfying the digital organisation requirements.
  • Develop and implement a proof of concept system integrating the various Internet of Everything dimensions.
  • Design and conduct experiments in order to test and evaluate Industry 4.0 systems.
  • Review, analyse, and interpret the body of scientific literature, contemporary issues and innovations computer sciences and information technologies disciplines.
  • Carry out a research project aimed at developing a state of the art and at identifying and solving scientific and technological challenges in the context of the Industry 4.0.
September 2018 - Present UPPA

Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour

Master Informatique - SIGLIS
Computer Systems for Industrial Logistics and Services Engineering

Master's degree in Informatics Systems for the Engineering of Industrial Logistics and Services (SIGLIS). The SIGLIS course offers a training combining a solid computer culture and directly operational skills in logistics and organization, including the use of Internet of Things technologies in the manufacturing sector and services, meeting the challenges of the Companies of the Future.

September 2017 - August 2018 UPPA

Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour

Licence Informatique - LAOSI

The Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, LAOSI course, aims to train students in the design, programming and control of hardware and software. This path is an opening towards the trades related to the information systems of companies. It is influenced by the services, production and distribution activities present on the Basque Coast. This transversal technical and scientific training thus offers an openness to production logistics and the problems of global logistics. The objectives are:

  • Manage and optimize the logistics of the company by computerized solutions,
  • Analyze, choose, install, use, configure, maintain the IT applications needed by the company,
  • Develop, install, maintain the company's website in relation to the company database(s),
  • Install, administer the company network (s).
September 2017 - August 2018 UPPA

IUT de Bayonne et du Pays Basque

DUT Informatique (HND in Computer Science)

Technological University Diploma preparing very versatile Programmers and Analysts immediately operational in the various sectors of computer science (software, web and hardware development, design, implementation, and implementation of IT systems according to specifications, technical assistance, management of data base ...).

Analysis, Design, and Development are the key words of the program

September 2014 - July 2016 IUT LOGO


Programming Languages & Tools
  • French
  • English
  • Spanish
  • Japanese JLPT5


Apart from being a web developer, I enjoy most of my time on learning new things about motorbikes and keeping myself updated on new motorbikes releases. I enjoy mountain clmbing in the mountains of the Basque Country, and rowing.

When forced indoors, I usually love to spend time playing videogames with the friends I can't meet because of the distance, and I follow a number of comedic, sci-fi and fantasy genre movies and television shows.

Master I4.0 Project

Meetings made easy for everyone

My POC originated from a simple phrase of a coworker I heard in our open space, in THALES. He said :

"These new alcove meeting rooms are still loud, they need to be quieter !"

Indeed, our open space had been previously changed to what we call a "Flex Office", a new type of open space, where no place is settled, first in, first served ! This way, the same area can be rearranged for different work groups on different projects. But with the rearrangement of the open space, they also added new furniture : alcoves. These were originally made to help organise meetings with few (2 to 4) people.

So, when we were told that we had to come up with an idea of a Proof Of Concept with IOT (Internet Of Things) in it, I first thought about something using a motorbike metrics and doing several analysis with different sensors. But then, i remembered my colleague's voice, and how he could use some kind of IOT device that would be able to tell people if they are really loud or not during their meetings.

The main idea is to have a sensor that can translate the intensity of the volume of the voices of people talking inside the meeting room. The sensor can then give to a controller numeric values representing that intensity. The controller then takes into account the values sent from the volume sensor, and compare it to the threshold given by a potentiometer, which will be equivalent to the acceptance level of the collaborators around. Another issue in the open space is that the meeting rooms are now made of opaque glass walls, similar to the ones in the picture on the right. That issue consists on the simple fact that if you need to check for presence in the room (for example to see if it is empty and if you can take it), you'll need to lower a bit and check for your colleague's feet. So, in order to render this "room checking" less awkward, a simple addition of LEDs (green or red) could be done to clearly indicate the presence of people in the meeting room.