Parrot CTO Visits Belarus Office of Elinext Group

Marina Astapchik
IT Trends Research Specialist
May 30, 2012

Chief Technical Officer of Parrot SA, Mr. Guillaume Pinto, today visited Elinext Group’s Development Center in Minsk, Belarus

May 30, 2012 – Minsk, Belarus. Mr. Guillaume Pinto, Chief Technical Officer of Parrot SA, today visited Elinext Group’s Minsk Office and the team of dedicated developers and designers.

Parrot SA is a France-based company that specializes in the design and marketing of hands-free mobile telephone kits, wireless speakers, digital photo frames, radios for use in vehicles, Wi-Fi quadricopter as well as personal navigation devices, among others. Parrot’s products are marketed and sold in over 80 countries.

Elinext Group representative Vladimir Antonovitch, CTO, discussed with Mr. Pinto completed and current projects as well as the prospects of future collaboration. At the moment Elinext developers and designers are working under Parrot’s AR.Drone, Asteroid and Zikmu projects.

Mr. Pinto in his turn had a very positive impression of the meeting. He appreciated the ongoing engagement of the Belarusian dedicated Parrot team.

This visit reinforced the value of effective partnership. It was enthusiastically acknowledged that both parties are very interested in the continuation of cooperation.

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