HALIAS Technologies was founded in 2006 by Laurent Testard and Jérôme Martin, experts in Software development. The company was specialized from day one in Software Development, for Oil&Gas and Energy sectors.


Since 2010, HALIAS Technologies is the editor of Software suites, realDataView and QTS. Those software suites are still used and fully integrated in the hCollect software solution.


Using our acknowledged skills and digital solutions certified many times in the energy industry, we decided to apply our solutions to the environment and geosciences domain. Our objective is to provide efficient solutions that enable stakeholders to manage the environmental impact of their activities and deliver key environmental performance indicators.


Our diversification into the field of environment and geosciences, combined with strong convictions to address the effects of climate change, naturally drives us to seek concrete solutions to meet this issue. HALIAS Technology is investing in the development of an innovative platform dedicated to the environmental monitoring of infrastructures and protected or exploited areas, the High Impact platform.

Laurent Testard – President and founder

Laurent has more than 20 years of experience in the Scientific Software activites in domains such as Energy, Oil&Gas, EDA.

Laurent holds a PhD in Applied Mathematics from the Grenoble INP institute, as well as an engineering degree in Computer Science from the ENSIMAG.

Jérome Martin – Technical manager and founder

Jérôme has more than ten years of experience in industrial Software. He works in CAO software, manufacturing and Semiconductors industries.

Jérôme holds a PhD in Computer Science from the Grenoble INP institute since 2000 (Computer Vision).

Joël Chebassier – Industrial Projects Manager

Joël has more than 15 years of experience, acquired from Signal Processing, Proces Control and Software Development activities, in the Oil&Gas and Electricity markets.

He holds a PhD in Control Systems from the Grenoble INP institure and an engineering degree from the ENSE3.