The possibilities with IoT are enormous.

Smart buildings

IoT is also known under the name ‘smart buildings’: smart office buildings, that ‘see’ people and devices and react to them.

For example by activating personal climate settings as soon as someone is present. Or by indicating empty workstations so no one has to search for them.

Smart industry

Smart Industry enables more efficient, flexible, sustainable and more tailor-made production processes. This is made possible by smart use of IT, whereby machinery is interconnected and managed intelligently.

For example by sensors that continuously collect data on machinery, stock, flows of liquid, pressure and vibrations or that conduct quality measurements.

IoT in healthcare

IoT in healthcare, sometimes also called Smart health, is the technology that patients use to measure and register their health or physical activity. Or smart IoT applications that ensure remote monitoring of patients.

For example to measure their medication use or heartbeat and to keep an eye on glucose and blood values of patients.

On our project page you can find these and other examples of our IoT solutions and applications.

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We also work with Philips, Bristol-Myers Squibb , Boehringer Ingelheim, GGD Gelderland Midden, GGD Utrecht, Sint Lucas Andreas Ziekenhuis, Rode Kruis, Novartis, LUMC, Haga Ziekenhuis, Albert Schweitzer Ziekenhuis, SEIN (Stichting Epilepsie Instellingen Nederland), Queen Mary University, AZ Dalmiaan, CHRU Tours, University of Zurich (UZH), SICS (Swedish Institute of Computer Science), Czech Technical University Prague en VU (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam).