Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference welcomes Watify as Exhibition Partner. The event takes place on November 08, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Watify is an awareness-raising campaign funded by the European Commission to support the EU efforts to stimulate the modernisation of Europe’s industry by boosting European SMEs’ technological transformation and supporting Europe’s regions to translate their smart specialisation strategies in the areas of digitisation and Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) into concrete projects. Continue reading “Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference welcomes Watify as Exhibition Partner”
Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference welcomes Haptic.ro as Media Partner
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About Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference
The Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference will take place on Nov 08, 2017, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Continue reading “Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference welcomes Haptic.ro as Media Partner”
Choose: Accelerate the digital transformation or lose our European independency? – Mary-Ann Schreurs, Vice-Mayor, City of Eindhoven
Mary-Ann Schreurs, Vice-Mayor, City of Eindhoven will open the Intelligent Sensor Networks 2017, on November 08, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
About Mary-Ann Schreurs
Mary-Ann Schreurs believes in design as an important engine for our economy and being just the right tool for defying big challenges of the city. As the first Dutch vice-mayor of design she therefore introduced design in local innovation policy. Her goal is to improve citizen’s lives by using the methodology of designthinking in co-creation with the citizens itself and other stakeholders in the city. Before she became council member and vice-mayor in Eindhoven, she was co-initiator of (European) innovation projects linked to design. Continue reading “Choose: Accelerate the digital transformation or lose our European independency? – Mary-Ann Schreurs, Vice-Mayor, City of Eindhoven”
Sensor technology is in a transition phase – Interview with ISN Conference speaker Rob Jansen, TNO
Rob Jansen knows everything there is to know about sensors. For TNO, a major Dutch independent research organization, he specializes in ‘structural health monitoring’, technology to assess the condition of infrastructures and buildings based on sensor data. He also works on developing new sensor technology. Continue reading “Sensor technology is in a transition phase – Interview with ISN Conference speaker Rob Jansen, TNO”
FactoryLab is Silver Partner of Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference, which will take place on Nov 15, 2016, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Continue reading “FactoryLab is Silver Partner of Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference”
“Time-Synchronized Wireless Sensor Networks for Structural Health Monitoring” – Presented by Damon Parsy, Beanair, at Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference, November 15, 2016, High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Recent developments in sensing technology, especially when wireless technology is considered, have opened up new gates in terms of health monitoring and preemptive fault detection. Continue reading ““Time-Synchronized Wireless Sensor Networks for Structural Health Monitoring” – Presented by Damon Parsy, Beanair”
Europe should be the first to deploy connected and automated driving, said Günther Oettinger, EU commissioner for digital economy and society, as he unveiled plans for an EU-wide rollout of the supporting technologies to representatives of the car and telecoms industries at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona this week.
Oettinger called on the industry to lay plans for “a cross-border virtual network” supporting the adoption of driverless cars. While admitting the commission has not figured out all the technical, financial and legislative details, Oettinger insisted on moving swiftly. “It needs further underpinning […], but my aim is to go forward and to deploy fast,” he said. Continue reading “EU urges industry to speed the commercial rollout of connected and automated driving technologies”
Both startups and big companies are bringing connected sensors and data analytics into commercial offices
Motion sensors driving light switches used to be state of the art in office buildings, but now startups and big companies are bringing connected sensors and data analytics into commercial offices that will make building management look a lot more like IT. Continue reading “Both startups and big companies are bringing connected sensors and data analytics into commercial offices”
The objective of making an Intelligent Factory is based on the principle of industry 4.0, a hi-tech strategy of the German Government and industry associations. The purely technical pre-requisites for it must be delivered by cyber-physical systems and the Internet of Things. From now on even tool and mould making will travel on this path to the future of production technology. Continue reading “Industry 4.0 takes over tool and mould manufacturing”
How wireless X-ray vision could help with motion capture. A team of researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) has long believed that wireless signals like WiFi can be used to see things that are invisible to the naked eye.
Since 2013, CSAIL researchers have been developing technologies that use wireless signals to track human motion. The team has shown that it can detect gestures and body movements as subtle as the rise and fall of a person’s chest from the other side of a house, allowing a mother to monitor a baby’s breathing or a firefighter to determine if there are survivors inside a burning building. Continue reading “How wireless “X-ray vision” could help with motion capture, fall prevention and even your heating bill (Video)”