COVID-19 has changed businesses in a dramatic way - it remains a challenge to make the right decisions and find the right tools to overcome this
The AI system warns when parts of the turbines need to be replaced, pools maintenance tasks and prevents windmills from being in each other's wind shadow.
Dutch government’s Corona Bridging Loan became the lifebuoy for the market leader in Same Day Delivery
"When the Netherlands closed down, people started ordering a lot more online. From mid-March onwards, we saw a growth of 169 percent in a short period of time. That was a big problem."
Chat is needed, but so is email, a website, a phone line, a business app and moreover: all this should be seamlessly interconnected
Researchers from the UK and the Netherlands have made a new discovery in the area of liquid crystals, commonly used in LCD screens.
The first quantum network in the Netherlands is to be released around the end of the year. A quantum link will be established between two Dutch cities, connecting and entangling two quantum nodes.
"Companies that begin revising their long-term strategies now may emerge stronger in the next normal"
A database with data on 1.3 million stolen art objects is the heart of the first and most important art police in the world.
In the past, you did an alpine course and booked that adventurous mountain trip with a specialized travel agency. Our columnist and her friends conquered three glaciers with the help of YouTube.
Users continue to shift from analog media, such as television or radio, towards video and music streaming alternatives
Innovation Origins rewarded EZ Factory with a Gerard & Anton Award in July. The start-up makes an app that allows operators to systematically finish their task lists for machinery in factories.
First project: a technology to make the exchange of data more transparent and secure, for example the digitization of wills.
Students at the Eindhoven University of Technology are building a house that blocks the electromagnetic radiation from, for example, bluetooth and telephones - a solution for the hypersensitive
The new standard for mobile telephony needs to be adapted in such a way that the same problem no longer occurs with the setting up of 5G base stations.
Elderly people feel more connected to their family with the arrival of, for example, WhatsApp. However, human contact remains important. Finding the right balance is a challenge, especially now
Starting this fall, Total Productivity will demonstrate a software package to support operators in the manufacturing industry in Brainport Industries Campus
Innovation Origins rewarded Tech2B with a Gerard & Anton Award in July. Tech2B developed a marketplace where machine manufacturers can quickly offer parts to production companies.
Especially during the corona crisis, remote maintenance and repair proved to be the solution to keep ships afloat and save on costs.
Current research at the Technical University of Graz refutes earlier theories on long-range charge transfer between organic and inorganic materials.
Scientists have developed a nano-structuring method for precisely perforating one layer of material while leaving the other layer untouched