The potential applications for digital twins and cyber physical systems in greenhouse horticulture are enormous, writes Colinda de Beer.
Extended reality, or XR for short, is having an ever-increasing influence on us as users, Carina Weijma points out. It represents the next step in computer use.
All over the world, shortages of IT personnel are continuing to rise. At the IT Academy Noord-Nederland, they came up with a solution to this problem by providing retraining.
The German Fraunhofer Institute has developed a 3D printed ring with an integrated chip that makes keys and wallets obsolete. The biggest innovation, however, lies in the manufacturing process.
Try to think of covid as a newborn child that needs to be raised. Our columnist Helen Kardan thinks about and reflects on what parenting this baby should entail.
The world is changing with the rise of artificial intelligence (AI). So is the way countries wage war in the future and also how we must defend ourselves against this threat.
Dutch MP Kees Verhoeven: ‘Digitalization is a mega-topic, but it doesn’t get enough political attention’
According to the outgoing MP, it would be good if the Dutch government discussed digitalization plans each year as is done during annual general reviews.
Linking green spaces and public health data to a 3D environment as trial in Amersfoort and Zwolle, Amsterdam and Dordrecht use the Green Benefits Planner as a basis for their policies.
Each week in this section we offer a follow-up of the best-read stories on IO. We take the trends of 2020 as a guide to the coming year. It will be the year of digitalization.
"You cannot avoid digitalization if you want to speed up innovation."
The fledgling consultancy company Drebble is supporting the business community and knowledge institutions in their efforts to digitalize, e.g. with AI and Internet of Things. […]
The D4Dairy consortium is working on standards that will enable a comprehensive use of data in dairy farming. The focus is on animal health and welfare […]