Monday - 1 April, 2019
Advanced Manufacturing in The Netherlands
Manufacturing in The Netherlands has changed quite a lot over the years facing challenges w.r.t. lower wage countries versus high mix , low volume, high complexity, miniaturization, robotising, etc. Manufacturing needs to be as fully automated as possible in order to minimise downtime due to conversion work. Researchers, companies and organizations have to work together closely. At the Brainport Industries Campus these new ways of working together are becoming into operation.
IoT Service Provision by Manufacturing Industry
We are now at the beginning of the fourth industrial revolution. An important development is the Internet of Things (IoT). In smart industry, manufacturing companies use more and more sensors to measure such dimensions as temperature, humidity, pressure, water quality, gases and chemicals, smoke, infrared, fluid levels, images, and movement and acceleration.
During her talk Els van de Kar will tell how the Research Group Business Service Innovation supports SME’s in the manufacturing industry during their servitization process. She will give examples from IoT projects which illustrate how companies, researchers and students in the new era are working on their future business models.
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You are kindly invited to join our networking event where you will meet our Pavilions’ exhibitors including start-ups at the Dutch Industrial Supply Pavilion (Hall 4) and the members of German clusters with whom we organise joint activities.