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Oasen en OrangeNXT: working together on a self-regulating drinking water infrastructure

Drinking water company Oasen, Microsoft and OrangeNXT are working together to realise a smart, data-driven drinking water infrastructure that makes use of the Internet of Things. The fact that OrangeNXT would be realizing the new technology at Oasen was no more than logical. The partners met each other regularly at Microsoft and so when Oasen […]

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Ready for a state-of-theart and future-proof architecture with Azure API Management

Hybrid management platform that provides internal and external access to data A port authority is a dynamic environment. Containerships come and go, loading and unloading large quantities of containers. A constant flow of trucks enters the port area to unload containers or to take them to their final destination. And staff works in shifts to […]

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Machine Vision is not plug & play

Automatic quality inspection with Machine Vision reduces the cost incurred by production companies while improving quality. Fred Grootentraast, LabVIEW-specialist at ICT Group, explains how to implement Machine Vision effectively. How many soft drink bottles? Cost reduction and quality improvement is an absolute requirement in order to retain a competitive edge. This is possible with computers […]

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Developing mobility software in times of Corona

Developing mobility software in times of Corona: how are the project teams at InTraffic approaching this? Colleagues Maurice and Sebastian explain! The country slowly seems to be starting up again after we came close to a complete standstill due to the Corona-crisis, but public transport remains a crucial sector. The applications developed by InTraffic for […]

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Jeroen’s challenge: Improving the diagnosis and treatment of patients and as a result optimising quality of life

Jeroen Wennekes is Operational Manager (OM) at ICT Healthcare Technology Solutions, a developer of advanced systems to improve the diagnosis and treatment of patients and as a result optimise quality of life. With his degree in Embedded Software, Jeroen started as a junior software engineer and quickly became one of the rising stars within ICT […]

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Lowie’s Challenge: become an all-round senior project management advisor

Lowie Luijks is a medior project management advisor in the field of quality management. “I studied Technical Business Administration because I want to take complex projects to the next level. At NedMobiel, I got the opportunity to put this in practice.” Currently, Lowie is working for several departments of Rijkswaterstaat in Zuid-Holland and Zeeland. “I […]

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Younes’ Challenge: To become proficient in as many programming languages as possible

Younes just came back from the Middle-East where he provided support in the commissioning phase of a complete production line for cooking oil. “This region is known for its unrest,” says Younes, “I don’t think I would go there as a tourist. Nevertheless, I never hesitated when I was asked to provide support on location. […]