by Norbine Schalij, Cursor TU Eindhoven is rapidly setting up an institute that is needed to create awareness of its education and research in the […]
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With a smart factory, AI-enabled Manufacturing and Maintance-lab (AIMM) at TU Eindhoven and semiconductor manufacturer Nexperia want to make sure chip production can continue day and night.
AI is undeniably having a huge impact on our lives. In the Eindhoven region in the Netherlands, a multitude of new initiatives are being set up to further shape this.
City trips and business trips across Europe, island hopping in the Dutch Antilles or just the daily commute to work, it will all be possible in the future with electric aviation.
Each week we follow up on the best-read read story on IO in this section. This week: Will we be charging electric trucks on induction roads in the future?
The Netherlands must be CO2 neutral by 2050. But there is no coordinated plan to switch to sustainable energy. That is why the Eindhoven University of Technology is developing digital models.
Farmers are sceptical about the picking robot since it has failed so many times, says VDL director Harrie Schonewille. But if all goes well, one may be brought onto the market in 2021 that will work.
Good news for Dutch SMEs: there are five field labs where they can turn to for the application of AI in their production process. This became clear during the EAISI Summit in Eindhoven.
"We are investing extra in the key technologies in which we are or want to become leaders, and which play an important role in realizing social transitions"
"To make sure that you always get that energy exactly where and when you need it, you need smart storage and conversion."
Jheronimus Academy of Data Science, Eindhoven University of Technology, and Tilburg University, together with Utrecht University of Applied Sciences, are creating a “Toolkit Artificial Intelligence” […]
The Netherlands is a country with ambitions. It is also a country with challenges. We should be a knowledge economy. We have an energy transition […]
Innovation Origins regularly speaks to innovation leaders, trendsetters who are high on the innovation ladder. In this series they offer look behind the scenes […]
Only a universal law on rules of conduct applicable to robots and the use of artificial intelligence can protect humankind against their brutal abuse, so […]
Trams, cats, colliding cyclists – they can make it pretty difficult for self-driving cars. Especially in a city like Amsterdam. Carlo van de Weijer, director […]
Anyone who thinks that the self-driving car is the future is wrong. At least when it comes to the chaotic mess in city centers like […]
World Economic Forum (WEF) asked a group of international technology experts to identify this year’s Top 10 Emerging Technologies. After soliciting nominations from additional experts […]
Last week was one of the best in the history of Innovation Origins in terms of the number of visitors. Our articles have been read […]
This week the TU/e announced that it was taking a big step forward in the development of AI by investing €100 million in scientists and […]