Artificial Controlled Technology (ACT) is the winner of the Techport Challenge.
The Techport Challenge is part of GO! -NH Accelerator. ACT applies artificial intelligent and self-learning software that keeps track of the status of (wear-and-tear) equipment, can predict failures and take action for self-maintenance and preventive maintenance of technical equipment in a wide area. The focus is on the maritime and windmill industry.
2020: According to the new circularity gap report, the world itself has become less circular: from 9.1 to 8.6 percent.
The opportunity is real. The Circularity Gap Report will
provide on the ground examples across the globe to
illustrate how the practical implementation of circular
economy strategies and solutions is an everyday reality
— right now. This global groundswell of positive action
is happening bottom-up: from waste processing in
Nigeria, to a digital solution that empowers informal
trash collectors in Brazil. Today, we see entrepreneurs,
businesses and communities coming together with
city officials leading the way, followed by an increasing
number of countries and national governments that are
shaping their strategies to support investment towards
sustainable and specific circular economy agendas.
Mobile World Congress Barcelona, planned on February 22-24, attracts more than 100,000 visitors each year has been cancelled due to the break out of the corona virus.
This virus brake out on December 2019 in the Wuhan region of China, has now also emerged outside of it. Telco manufacturers have withdrawn their participation in the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona to ensure the safety of their employees and the public.
Despite all the precautionary measures taken by the GSMA, CEO John Hoffman states in his statement that the outbreak of the virus has made it "impossible" to hold the event.
Zeist, The Netherlands
As independent advisory body for European Procurement and the active role Riab Consultancy has played in various UN programs over recent years, European Procurement (EU Tenders) are now directly linked to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
This means that as soon as a governmental organization is subject to a European tendering obligation, Riab facilitates as an SDG coordinator for both parties. Not only it will help with the processing the European procedure, but it simultaneously helps Municipalities and Government Institutions to make a direct contribution to a "Smart & Sustainability" Goal. As a result, the contracting and Tendering party are actively helped to make a social contribution to a better world. Riab will not only be the facilitator but will help to find, address and execute the implementation of the sustainable solutions. Now both parties will be involved and will see direct results using a Agile State of Work.
Do you want to know more or need help for European Tenders, please contact one of our Certified Scrum Masters for more information.
True-Kare is excited to announce the launch of Care Watch Pro, a wearable, which combines SOS and GPS functionalities, that will help the elderly, lone workers & the vulnerable individuals to live independent with a 24/7 peace of mind. By pressing the SOS this device will connect the user to a care line or alternatively to their Next of Kin and provide the respective location. Features such as Geo-Fencing, Health sensors & built-in GPS / LBS are also included.
True-Kare believes that the Care Watch Pro, Equipped with the latest Digital Care Technologies, will innovate the care industry through a simple, and yet discreet device. The device also comes with a roaming SIM which covers 28 EU-countries and a fully monitored service which enables users to be only one click away from complete protection. More information is available at www.carewatchpro.com/nl
“We have worked closely with professional Care Providers who have allowed us to put together a watch and service that is user-friendly and works everywhere, even for those who like to travel overseas. Our focus was to launch a device and service which is safe to wear, eliminates the stigma of the big red button and its especially affordable for those in need,” said Edwin Bijl, of True-Kare. “We all believe that the new Care Watch Pro will bring a safer and more user-friendly technology and service to the Care sector than what was available before.”
True-Kare is now offering a free trial for companies interested in trying out Care Watch Pro. Associated with its launch, there is also a 10% discount for Early Birds, which means that the first 20 companies interested in having the Care Watch Pro in their portfolio, will benefit from a 10% discount on the equipment.
True-Kare is a unique integrated service provider which aims to offer a full range of assisted remote care services for those in need who wish to improve the quality of their life. From Telecare to Telehealth, from children up to professional caregivers, lone workers and elderly, True-Kare is focused on optimizing your quality of living through the latest Assisted Living technology. For your business, True-Kare is positioned to equip you with the latest digital care technologies and adapt these technologies to your industry in order to maximize your business opportunities with cutting edge-solutions.
More information: http://www.true-kare.com and http://www.carewatchpro.com
Edwin Bijl: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chocolate brand Tony's Chocolonely has been named the most sustainable brand in the Netherlands by Dutch consumers, according to the Sustainable Brand Index 2019.
In addition to Tony's Chocolonely, industry winners were also IKEA (Retail), Albert Heijn (Supermarkten), Greenchoice (Energie), ASN Bank (Banks), ANWB (Mobility), Tesla (Automotive) and Landal Greenparks (Travel & Leisure). Tony’s Chocolonely was named as industry winner in the Food sector and as overall winner.
The Sustainable Brand Index is an annual survey among 6,000 Dutch consumers into their perception of the sustainability of well-known brands in the Netherlands. In total, nearly 170 Dutch brands were investigated.
Source CBS: May 10, 2019
On 1 January 2019, there were nearly 45 thousand fully electric vehicles (FEVs) in the Netherlands, twice the number recorded one year previously. The number of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) decreased by more than 3 percent to nearly 94 thousand. The total fleet of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs, including FEVs and PHEVs) - increased by 16 percent in 2018. This is according to new figures released by Statistics Netherlands (CBS), based on vehicle licence registration records of the Netherlands Vehicle Authority (RDW).
On 1 January 2019, there were nearly 139 thousand PEVs in the Netherlands. These passenger cars are powered by an electric motor with a battery which can be recharged by plugging it into an external power source. They include both FEVs, i.e. emission-free and propelled only by an electric motor, and PHEVs; the latter type is equipped with both an electric and a fuel-driven engine. Nearly 77 percent of these cars are used for business purposes, versus 12 percent of all passenger cars.
The number of electric cars has been on the rise for years. On 1 January 2019, 1.6 percent of all passenger cars in the Netherlands were plug-in electric vehicles.
April 12, 2019.
Dutch startup Cargoroo became a silver award winner in the second year programm supported by both the European Parliament and the European Commission. This program aims to promote European startups that use technology and innovation to develop cleaner, safer and more inclusive mobility in Europe and beyond.
For 2019, nine winning startups were selected from among 571 candidates following an extensive assessment process. For the first time, a European public vote was used to select the 10th winner. This title has been awarded to K-Ryole, a French provider of the first intelligent electric bike trailer.
Five winners have scooped the silver prize that will see them take part in a European tour of five major technology hubs to meet investors and future clients. These are: EUSP New Mobility Summit in Brussels, Vivatech in Paris, ITS Europe in Brainport, New Mobility World in Frankfurt and Smart City World Congress in Barcelona.
In addition, five ‘super winners’ have won the gold prize, as selected by a panel of European experts from the mobility sector, and will take part in a mentoring programme with Boston Consulting Group and law firms Grimaldi Studio Legale and Parallel Avocats.
Silver prize winners:
Gold prize winners:
The Dutch Good Growth Fund (DGGF) has provided Dutch smartphone manufacturer Fairphone a guarantee for a 9-million euro ABN AMRO loan. The guarantee was signed on 21 December 2018 by Eva Gouwens (CEO Fairphone) and Tjerk Opmeer (Managing Director of International Programmes at the Netherlands Enterprise Agency)
This world’s first ethical and modular smartphone. The social enterprise strives to have a positive impact on every aspect of the smartphone’s life cycle. The objective is to motivate the industry to take steps to adopt more responsible production methods. For example by improving working conditions and eradicating child labour when mining for raw materials such as tin, gold and tungsten.The Fairphone consists of 6 components (the display, camera, battery, core, top and bottom) which are easy to replace when one of the components malfunctions or when a technological improvement comes onto the market. This way you do not need to replace the whole smartphone, they become easier to repair and the product lasts longer. It’s the sustainability story behind the Fairphone which makes the product unique.
After visiting the Consumer Electronic Show Las Vegas this January Sylwia Kechiche, Principal Analyst, GSMA Intelligence raised some conclusions:
January 4, 2019:
With the frase "The new Municipality is all of us and together we are our new Municipality" acting Mayor Jan Pieter Lokker opened the New Year's reception of the brand new Municipality of Vijfheerenlanden.
From the first of January 2019, the municipality of Vianen, Leerdam and Zederik were nog only brought together in the municipality of Vijfheerenlanden, but it will also fall under the Province of Utrecht. This means that residents of Leerdam and Zederik move from the Province of Zuid Holland.
In his speech, not only the rich history of Vijfheerenlanden is mentioned, but the Mayor express especially the new identity because the power is that there are many identities and thats its recognition is beyond dispute. The new municipality is therfore part of the diversity and asks the residents to strenghten existing identities and simultaneously work on the new story which each inhabitants can recognize himself and what is focused on the future of Vijfheerenlanden.
United Smart Cities and the Industry Association BTG have announced a far-reaching collaboration during the BTG Business Event in Noordwijk. Thanks to the now announced collaboration with BTG, Branch Association for ICT Telecommunications Great Users, the two parties can join forces in supporting cities to become smarter and more sustainable. more......
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