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Today’s Electronics; development challenges, connectivity and IoT

We would like to invite you to an interesting evening with fellow engineers, companies that act in the field of Electronics and all others who perceive any challenges in Electronics these days.

Shorter time to market, IoT, what does it mean? And more importantly, how does these subjects effect today’s developments in Electronics? Get inspired by interesting speakers about their goals, experiences and challenges in YOUR business. You can meet experts and discuss your issues with fellow colleagues.

The program for the evening will be as follows:

17.00 – 17.45 Welcome @Uzine
17.45 – 18.00 Move to the conference room @Igluu Eindhoven
18.00 – 18.05 Introduction of the evening by Roger Hacking, Director TMC Electronics
18.05 – 18.30 Presentation ‘A Human perspective on technology!’ by Koen Snoeckx
Koen Snoeckx, Director Baltan Laboratories and former Communication Manager Holst Centre, will give his insights in some current trends in technology as perceived at Holst Centre and Baltan and will put them in ‘a Human perspective’.
18.30 – 19.00 Presentation ‘IoT Making it smart!’ by Roger Hacking
Sensors generate a lot of data. Even so much, that the success of IoT is strongly determined by how, from this big pool of date, meaning- and useful information is filtered and given back to the user via actuators. Smart algorithms are necessary that can make the difference. A multidisciplinary broad system approach is a must for this process. By means of a couple of practical examples the above mentioned will be explained.
19.00 – 20.00 Dinner buffet
20.00 – 21.00 Presentation ‘Technology as a blessing and concern’ by Rob Creemers
If computers and networks make the world continuously smaller and faster, what does that mean for our industry? What is the effect on choosing a profession when computers and robots will take over a big part of our tasks? Based on the experiences, routines, knowledge, discipline and an extended own network of Techno Trends Rob Creemers will provide some insights.
21.00 Network drink

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