Internet of Things in New Materials

7th
Sep 2017
Time: 4:00am
Etienne Sabbelaan 49, VKC - FvT Machinepark, Kortrijk, BE, 8500

Factory for the Future of New Materials

Internet of Things is a network of physical objects in which the various devices in the network are in constant interaction with themselves and the environment. IoT will change our way of life, thinking and, consequently, our economy and industrial production. IoT is growing rapidly from hype to tangible reality. Due to its enormous possibilities, it is not easy to see the forest for the trees. What is the outcome of IoT in different sectors? What steps can you take as a company?

Learn more about this during the info session on 7 September at the VKC in Kortrijk. This session specifically addresses the impact and opportunities of IoT in the New Materials sector.

16:15 Arrival and Registration
16:30 Welcome
   Data prospects of IoT applications by Elena Tsiporkova, Manager Data Innovation - Sirris
   Production of printed IoT applications by Wim Christiaens, R & D Director nv -  Quad Industries
   Smart Textiles by Frederik Goethals, Researcher "Textile Functionalisation & Surface Modification" - Centexbel
   IoT and Blockchain: Opportunities for Industry by Kurt Callewaert, Assistant Computer Science, Howest*
17:50 Closing networking reception

* Change in programme: Kurt Callewaert replaces Ralph Nafzger

Registration

Registration is free, but please register via the website.

 

Intended for: SMEs in West Flanders