Eura Nova: IT-consultant, research centre and incubator Challenge, research, innovation and knowledge sharing ... these words come to mind once you get to know Eura Nova. "Doing research and mastering the knowledge of IT development is the best way to have real influence on its changing use", says Eric Delacroix, one of the three founders of this unusual IT consultancy company. Eura Nova, a recent member of Agoria, is an IT consultant but it's also a research centre and incubator.
Brexit - UK-type approval: Preparations for a 'no deal' scenario With this information we aim to provide you the latest information relevant for a Brexit in case of a 'no deal' scenario on 29th March 2019.
Good News at LGM Belgium Network Rail has appointed Transurb/LGM, as leading providers of training material, to develop training material for the Digital Railway Programme. This training material is intended for drivers and traction maintenance personnel and is specific to the European Train Control System (ETCS).
How to become a Factory of the Future – BMT Aerospace reveals… In 2016, BMT Aerospace expressed the ambition to transform into a Factory of the Future and won the Factory of the Future Award at the beginning of this year. We discuss the process so far with Henk Vincke, Supply Chain Manager and Koen Devolder, General Manager.
Take part in CSR Connect, our Corporate Social Responsibility learning network for the technology industry This spring Agoria and Sirris is launching a Learning Network on the subject of CSR. Emphasis will be placed, on the one hand, on rolling out a successful sustainability programme and, on the other hand, on offering benchmark references helpful in understanding topics such as mobility, stakeholder engagement, sustainable purchasing and climate.
"Intelligent Connectivity": Key Takeaways From MWC Barcelona 2019 During the last week of February, MWC Barcelona 2019 gathered over 100,000 international participants in Barcelona, showcasing a wide range of use cases for "intelligent connectivity" including mixed reality, smart factories, robots, and autonomous vehicles. Agoria was there for you. These are our main takeaways.
How do you become a Factory of the Future? - Provan reveals… This company established in Genk, Belgium, currently employs 80 people and was one of the first Factory of the Future Award winners in 2015. The company has since completed a follow-up assessment and has been awarded the title for the next three years.
European pilot project PALIM links IT development in Morocco to bottleneck professions in Flanders The European Union, the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) and the Belgian development agency Enabel are testing an innovative migration model. This makes the link between the development of the IT sector in Morocco and the shortage of well-trained IT specialists in Flanders. Agoria is also supporting this initiative.