The Art of Connecting to the IoT – Presented by Jeroen Langendam, ItoM, at Internet of Things Event 2017 , which takes place on Jun 08, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
The Internet of Things is revolutionising products. Connected products are made possible by bridging the worlds of embedded design and the design of IoT applications, resulting in innovative product-service combinations.
These two worlds apply different design methodologies. In general, the hardware and firmware design for embedded devices, is less flexible than designing IoT (platform) services. There are many pitfalls ahead in balancing to the right time-to-market, design costs, and quality.
The question how to ‘connect’ these two design methodologies in practice is illustrated by an actual creation of an innovative product service IoT application in the field of Art…
About Jeroen Langendam
Jeroen Langendam is VP Marketing & Business Development of ItoM. He drives the innovative product roadmap of ItoM focusing on wireless connectivity IC & embedded design, including low-power wireless systems for the Internet of Things. Mr. Langendam has 19 years of experience in mobile communications, M2M, and IoT applications.
ItoM is a microelectronics engineering company developing chip designs and embedded hardware & firmware.
With over 18 years of experience in delivering wireless system solutions for consumer, automotive, and healthcare applications, ItoM has successfully grown to a world-class team of 30 FTE.
ItoM has locations in Eindhoven (headquarters) and Enschede. Continue reading “The Art of Connecting to the IoT – Presented by Jeroen Langendam, ItoM”
Robin Verlangen, Alticom, will speak at Internet of Things Event 2017, which takes place on Jun 08, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
About Robin Verlangen
Enthusiastic, seasoned marketeer & Sales director with 25 years of experience in Direct Marketing for national and international A-brands like PostNL, Philips and Gasterra. After working for an international ERP company for the movie industry, I Joined the Alticom team three years ago to become part of- and to contribute to- the next steps in Alticoms’ evolution.
The Alticom towers are striking landmarks, originally enabling broadcasting of radio and television signals. Presently, the towers are also essential to the wireless networks of Dutch telecom operators. As the 24 Alticom media towers are spread all over the country (nearest is max 35 km nearby….) the towers offer a national network of connectivity hubs and Edge data centers. Continue reading “Robin Verlangen, Alticom, will speak at Internet of Things Event 2017”
Cees Greyn, NL|DC, will speak at Internet of Things Event 2017, which takes place on Jun 08, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
About Cees Greyn
Cees has over 25 years of experience in the ICT and Datacenter industry. As VP Services, Cees is responsible for the NLDC Colocation Service unit and the linking pin between market, sales, finance and business..
NLDC is the largest Dutch colocation provider offering carrier- and cloud-neutral services. We operate large data centers in the Amsterdam Metro area and in several rapidly growing regional hot spots. Our current capacity of 28,000 m2 and 22.5 MW offers customers attractive options for rapid deployment. Continue reading “Cees Greyn, NL|DC, will speak at Internet of Things Event 2017”
Internet of Things Event 2017 Welcomes DSP Valley as Exhibition Partner. The event takes place on Jun 08, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
About DSP Valley
DSP Valley is an independent cluster of excellence in smart electronic systems and embedded technology solutions. DSP Valley groups 100+ members: universities, research institutes and companies, from small start-ups, over SMEs to large international groups with a local R&D activity. DSP Valley offers its members a networking platform that allows them to explore each other’s expertise and that stimulates innovation by exploiting complementarities.
About Internet of Things Event
The 7th edition of the Internet of Things Event will take place on June 08, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Renowned international specialists will gather to discuss the topics in focus: Data Centers | 5G | Cloud | Security | Big Data | Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning Continue reading “Internet of Things Event 2017 Welcomes DSP Valley as Exhibition Partner”
Smart Systems – the Internet of Things ecosystem – Workshop powered by DSP Valley at IoT Event 2017, which takes place on Jun 08, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Today, we are entering the era of the ‘connected world.’ By 2020, over 25 billion of devices will be interconnected (wirelessly), the so-called Internet of Things. That opens up a vast range of opportunities for society, labour, industry, house-hold, health care, transportation, etc. We certainly have the potential and tools and technology to realise this change. But if you don’t want to be left behind, now is the time to take action to make it happen! Collaboration is key to proceed effectively and efficiently. That’s exactly the ambition of the ‘Smart Systems’ project.
The “Smart Systems” project, funded by OP Zuid and Stimulus, focuses on an integrative approach, engaging all relevant stakeholders in the Internet of Things ecosystem, to speed up development and implementation of solutions for health care and smart industries and eventually aiming at enforcing the competitiveness of individual companies in a global market. Together with companies, knowledge institutes and network organisations and guided by DSP Valley, the project is supported by hands-on, in-practice demonstration projects complementing the technological fingerprint of the ecosystem. A new Digital Experience lab, together with tech-multinational Philips Innovation Services Greenhouse enables experimenting, demonstrating, validating and in the end volume manufacturing: faster, better and cheaper! Continue reading “Smart Systems – the Internet of Things ecosystem – Workshop powered by DSP Valley at IoT Event 2017”
Trustworthy IoT for Industrial Applications – Presented by Mario Drobics, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology at the Internet of Things Event, which takes place on Jun 08, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
IoT can be a major driver for the digitalization of industrial environments. When applying IoT technologies in such environments (factories, energy networks, traffic, etc.), specific requirements regarding safety & security, reliability, and resilience have to be addressed. These requirements have to be considered along the whole product life cycle, i.e. from the specification and design of the product, along the production process, and during the actual usage of the products. In this talk, we will give an overview on these challenges and present results from different European research projects addressing these challenges. Continue reading “Trustworthy IoT for Industrial Applications – Presented by Mario Drobics, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology”
IOT behind the scenes – Presented by Ed Zalmstra, MRV Communications BV at the Internet of Things Event, which takes place on Jun 08, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
How can (IOT) applications and data transport in general be handled in such a way that up time and availability is “guaranteed” on the highest level. One of the way to organize that is through multi data center technology aka Optical technology. In the presentation it will be presented what the added value of this technology is.
About Ed Zalmstra
Ed Zalmstra, energetic Sales Director: personal contact is key in any business process. He is responsible for MRV’s business in the Benelux and Scandinavia since 2006 after holding various sales- and management positions in leading ICT companies and carriers like KPN and COLT. Continue reading “IOT behind the scenes – Presented by Ed Zalmstra, MRV Communications”
Fast and industrial prototyping of key modules for Smart Systems – Presented by Jan Mink, VTEC Lasers & Sensors & Sieger Swaving, Philips Innovation Services, at the Internet of Things Event 2017, which takes place on Jun 08, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
The increasing level of integration and complexity in to-be-developed smart systems requires low entry access to fast prototyping for quick technical verification and early customer demonstration. Speed in prototyping is not only a matter of a creative and pragmatic approach finding new solutions to conflicting requirements, but also a matter of maximally using proven process flows, platforms and components. So much the more because about 80% of the key product properties like manufacturability, cost price and reliability are defined in the development phase. The DX-lab of VTEC and the Greenhouse Micro-assembly factory of Philips Innovation Services have the infrastructure and expertise to provide fast prototyping, not as an isolated activity, but as a first step towards new product introduction and volume manufacturing. Continue reading “Fast and industrial prototyping of key modules for Smart Systems – Presented by Jan Mink, VTEC & Sieger Swaving, Philips Innovation Services”
“How to make an IoT solution come true?” – Presented by Peter Simkens, DSP Valley at the Internet of Things Event, which takes place on Jun 08, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
In order to make an IoT solution come true, a lot of diﬀerent competencies and technologies are needed. From a technology point of view, IoT solutions become possible thanks to Moore’s law for semiconductor technology, bringing miniaturisation, low cost volume production, low energy consumption and compute performance. From a value chain point of view, the semiconductor technology needs to be applied tot he embedded sensor nodes, and to be combined with other disciplines including wireless broadcasting, app development, smart data analysis and cloud technologies. This introductory presentation will highlight some technology evolutions and trends, as well as the need for partnering in an ecosystem context.
About Peter Simkens
Dr. Peter Simkens holds a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering (1984) and a PhD (1990), both obtained from KULeuven. During more than 10 years, Peter Simkens was involved in development projects for the European Space Agency, including the development of training and simulation facilities for European astronauts, and the development of real-time IT-systems for space applications. In 1998, Peter Simkens became managing director of DSP Valley, the cluster of excellence in Smart Electronic Systems, headquartered in Leuven (Belgium). He developed DSP Valley to an outstanding business and innovation. Over the last 3 years, he has been transforming the DSP Valley eco-system from a cluster of micro/nano electronics technology providers to a full value chain cluster in smart electronic systems and IoT solutions, including applications in smart health, smart industry, smart cities and smart vehicles. Currently, he is also pioneering in stimulating cross-disciplinary innovation, by combining different Key Enabling Technologies. Continue reading “How to make an IoT solution come true? – Presented by Peter Simkens, DSP Valley”
The Fourth Industrial Revolution – Presented by Prof. dr. Ben van Lier, Centric at the Internet of Things Event, which takes place on Jun 08, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
As an individual, organization and society we undergo a technological revolution. Our postmodern society is increasingly based on people, organizations and objects that are linked in networks. These networks allow us to make new interconnections and exchange and share information between random people, organizations and objects, regardless of time and space. Also the worldwide industry cannot escape from these developments. As a consequence of this, terms like industrial internet, advanced manufacturing, smart industries and cyber-physical systems become more usual. This fourth industrial revolution as the World Economic Forum appoints this development, forms a new challenge for companies and organizations and also a necessity to reinvent their (production) processes. Living, housing, working, producing and creating in networks requires a fundamental change in the perspectives with which we live, organize and produce. Continue reading “The Fourth Industrial Revolution – Presented by Prof. dr. Ben van Lier, Centric”