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Eric’s Challenge: learning by doing with startups

As a Business Development Manager Energy at ICT Group, Eric van der Laan is no stranger to the corporate world: energy companies, grid operators, and major industrial companies alike are considering our energyNXT platform in order to monitor – and where possible optimise – their energy consumption. “I deal with all kinds of complex technical […]

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Working at ICT Group – Energy projects

Meet our colleagues Elke and Pascal. They are both working at the Energy unit. In this video they tell more about the unit and their work for several projects. Moreover, the product energyNXT will be discussed. Do you also want to work on challenging projects? We are currently looking for employees for the Nieuwegein and […]

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How do you safely lift a gigantic offshore platform with a ship in a single move?

The Pioneering Spirit is the world’s largest offshore construction ship, built specifically to lift and remove large offshore platforms in a single move. But how can you ensure the safety of that lift under all kinds of conditions? That was the challenge facing Raster, a company that specialises in industrial process automation, which has been […]

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Inigo De La Fuente’s Challenge: Shaping the Future

In February of this year Inigo De La Fuente started working for the Dutch ICT Group as a Senior Software Designer. Now he works on designing and developing software for the online connectivity unit of a well-known car brand. What Inigo really likes about his job is that he can work on the latest high-tech projects with a team of highly skilled professionals that reinforce each other. In this way he directly contributes to shaping the future of driving.  “Millions of […]

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Pieter’s Challenge: Creating a safe workplace

The Port of Antwerp is Belgium’s largest sea port and the second largest port in Europe, surpassed only by Rotterdam. The port’s 86 terminals are responsible for 223,655,312 tonnes of maritime goods transport. This means 10,450,900 TEU per year and an average of 45 crane movements every hour. The port relies mainly on manual processes, but ICT Group has taken […]

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Working at ICT Group – Energy project GreenFlux

Meet our colleagues Jef and René. They are both working at the Energy unit. In this video they tell more about the unit, their work and specifically about the GreenFlux project. Do you also want to work on challenging projects? We are currently looking for employees for the Nieuwegein and Groningen locations. These are born […]

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Corporate Magazine: Issue 1 – 2019

We have launched a new edition of our Corporate Magazine: Issue 1 – 2019. We are thrilled to share stories that show our dedication to make the world a little smarter every day. Every Corporate Magazine has a theme. Issue 1 – 2019 is all about Developing the Future. That is our ambition and we aim […]

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Elke’s Challenge: Investigate the possibilities of flexible energy consumption

Water Authority Amstel, Gooi en Vecht (AGV) and Waternet wanted to know whether the Horstermeer waste water treatment installation could reduce its energy costs by a different way of dealing with its energy supply and demand. In our case study,  you could read more about AGV’s / Waternet’s challenge. However, our born techie Elke Klaassen […]

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Pascal’s Challenge: remaining the most technically advanced terminal

Pascal Muller, employed by ICT Group and currently working as a Software Engineer at ECT, has been closely involved in these operations for the past several years. “My focus over the past three years has been on optimising maritime planning processes. Whenever a ship arrives, we know how many containers, and what types of containers, […]