Pierre Rogé: from CapQua to the first Swiss Electronics Cluster

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Once Pierre Rogé, a mechanical engineer, decided to start his own business, he turned to electronics. Echoes of the factories, by JSH.

By Joël A. Grandjean JSH® Magazine & Swiss Watch Passport Publisher & Editor in Chief
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EPHJ News. Having taken part in the adventure of De Havilland Watches, a brand born from JDC Electronic (manufacturer of portable measuring instruments), he had already experienced the world of certification through his involvement in the SWI, Swiss Welding Institute (Institution Suisse de la Soudure). There, he was involved in the training and certification of international IPC and ESA (European Space Agency) in the fields of soldering and electronic assemblies.

With the conviction that the mastery of these disciplines deserves more recognition, he founded in 2021 an excellence pole that calls for the aggregation of all the players in the field of electronics. Among the founding members are the FSRM, the Swiss Foundation for Research in Microtechnology, and the GESO, the Groupement Electronique de Suisse Occidentale, respectively chaired by Philippe Fischer and Olivier de Loriol.

CapQua Sàrl founder Pierre Rogé launches the Swiss Electronics Cluster

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