Events, press releases, issues and challenges of the technology industry, positions... Discover the latest news about Agoria and the Belgian technology industry!
23/01 Industrial cybersecurity training: raising awareness to secure your business This training will be a guide for security managers, process engineers, information technology personnel and operations staff for developing and maintaining the cybersecurity for automation systems.
Event 30/01/2019 Invitation: Symposium Composites in Sustainable Mobility A symposium is organized by IBN Composieten/Agoria, Sirris/SLC and KU Leuven with support of the Design Museum Gent. Venues: Oude Vismijn, Veerleplein 9000 Ghent, near to Design Museum Gent, Jan Breydelstraat 5, 9000 Ghent.
05/02 Save the date: World Energy Outlook February 5, 2019 De FOD Economie en de Energy Technology Club organiseren naar jaarlijkse gewoonte de 'World Energy Outlook'. De volgende editie vindt plaats op 5 februari in Brussel. Kruis deze datum alvast aan in uw agenda!
New leader of the ZF Wind Power Technology Business Unit of ZF Friedrichshafen AG After more than 8 years, Jan Willem Ruinemans has decided to leave ZF in March 2019. Mr. Ruinemans leaves the company at his own request in mutual agreement, and wishes to seek new challenges outside the company.
Laurent Hellebaut: The single market is the natural market for our companies The vitality of the European single market is essential to the development of our technology industry. What does Agoria expect from the next European Commission? Laurent Hellebaut, EU Affairs Coordinator at Agoria answers.
René Konings : Be.Brussels. Be.Ambitious Brussels has hundreds of technology companies of all sizes, ready to invest in our city and collaborate. These companies are an ideal partner to fulfill the ambitions of our beautiful city.
The drone revolution and manufacturing industry Drones. Air, land, sea or undersea! The world has learned to know them as high-tech gadgets, but they are increasingly used as sophisticated tools having an important societal function. At the present time, drones make it possible, for example, to collect data effectively and observe environments dangerous for human beings, such as volcanic regions or combat zones. The drone is seen as an assistant and service provider. In manufacturing industry too, there is an ever-growing number of applications, as yesterday's event 'Drone West - Air Land Sea' clearly demonstrated. Not to mention what the future holds in store for us …