Events, press releases, issues and challenges of the technology industry, positions... Discover the latest news about Agoria and the Belgian technology industry!
Event 03/03/2020 Connect & Deal with Bollinger + Grohmann Ingenieure Klaas De Rycke is a Belgian civil engineer and architect graduated from University of Ghent in 2003. As a partner at the German engineering company Bollinger + Grohmann Holding AG, he heads the Paris and Brussels office specializing in structures, envelopes and parametric design. We are excited to welcome him on Tuesday March 3rd at Agoria (BluePoint Brussels).
Event 11/03/2020 Connect & Deal with Crelan We have the honor to invite you at our next Financial Services Technology Club meeting that will take place on Wednesday 11 March 2020 at Agoria (BluePoint Brussels). We will receive as a guest speaker Kurt Deli, Director Information Technology for Crelan, the Belgian cooperative retail bank, which announced the acquisition of Axa Bank Belgium.
19/03 MedTech Meetup: Meet Belgian MedTech Makers The 4th edition of the MedTech Meetup will be held on 19 March 2020 in Brussels! Once again, this unique event in Belgium will highlight the Belgian industry of medical devices. Don't miss this excellent opportunity to learn from experts in the field and meet your peers!
Whitepaper : 'Factories of the Future: 12 use cases How can a production company such as yours arm itself for the challenges ahead? How are other companies tackling this issue and who is taking the lead in Belgium? Discover which levers the 12 Factory of the Future winners of 2019 use to embrace the future.
Whitepaper: 'Manufacturing Tech Report' While Europe might be a single market, it's definitely not a single tech scene. That fact makes it difficult to feel the pulse of the European tech. But if you take a close look, you'll quickly notice that there is interesting stuff hapening in Europe.
NBN-Agoria workshop: A successful implementation of the EPB standards requires a common vision On December 3rd, 2019, the Belgian Bureau for Standardisation (NBN) and Agoria brought around 25 experts together with representatives of the three regions to discuss possibilities for the implementation of the EPB standards. Presentations by Ghent University, the Belgian knowledge centre for construction BBRI, the European knowledge centre EPB Center, the Dutch research centre TNO and the European HVAC federation REHVA resulted in a number of lively discussions.
EPB policy framework: an introduction into the measure and the ongoing discussions One of the requirements of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) for Member States is to define minimum requirements for new buildings and major renovations. This measure makes an important contribution to the climate objectives through a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions resulting from the heating and cooling of buildings. Below is an overview of the state of affairs and the latest developments.