TOMRA Food, part of Norwegian billion-dollar company TOMRA, is moving to Brainport Industries Campus. The company will open a sales and service office on 1 July and wants to join the ecosystem.
Brainport Industries Campus
Dutch Technology Week showcases possibilities for professional and vocational graduates in industries of the future
At first he was skeptical, but columnist and architect Eugène Franken is becoming more and more convinced of the way Eindhoven is changing into a quirky center city with international allure.
Dutch manufacturing companies and knowledge institutions are working together within the EU project Market 4.0 to strengthen the high-tech supply chain.
Solar Team Eindhoven is going to tour Europe with their self-sufficient house on wheels. They want to draw attention to the energy transition and sustainable mobility and sustainable living this way.
Brainport Industries celebrates its tenth anniversary this week. High time for an interview with the man of the first hour and director of the group, John Blankendaal.
Almost everywhere, 3D-printed parts are still manually identified, sorted and finished. According to AM-Flow, this can be done faster and better via automation that uses sensors, data and AI.
Luuk Wissink of K3D is working on the K3D-AddFab innovation program at the Brainport Industries Campus, helping companies with the design, production and application of 3D metal printing technology.
Europe wants to be less dependent on American data companies. This is why the Gaia-X project was set up.
The first Dutch-German field lab focusing on digital twins and AI opens this week on the Brainport Industries Campus in The Netherlands.
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.
"You cannot avoid digitalization if you want to speed up innovation."
Robots are taking over more and more tasks from people in factories. But what if these machines work together with people to make their work easier, more fun and better?
"Only collaboration between partner companies from the ecosystem can lead to new and disruptive 3D printing applications"
Brainport Industries Campus in Eindhoven, the Netherlands opens its doors and field labs to the future with its innovation program 'Factories of the Future' focusing on Smart Industry.
The company, based in Amsterdam and Eindhoven, will focus on its AI-based computer vision, motion, and robotics solutions.
With over 5400 new solar panels on the roof, the Brainport Industries Campus gets enough energy to cool and heat the building. The next objective? Become completely waste-free.
How does the manufacturing industry get talent? According to BIC director Erik Veurink, it's about more than just recruitment; training and retaining talent is at least as important.
Young additive manufacturing company moves to a four times larger space at BIC, and is already preparing for further expansion
The exhaust nozzle components are complex sheet metal parts for the Joint Strike Fighter program