Bits&Chips Smart Systems 2017

Join us at Bits&Chips Smart Systems 2017
Bits&Chips Smart Systems (2 November, Eindhoven) brings together all parties involved in the development of smart information systems, from intelligent lighting to advanced production machinery. This event is the meeting place for academia, researchers, designers, engineers and technical management. At the event you can share best practices on themes as intelligent vehicles and architecting smart systems by attending the in-depth conference programme. At the buzzing exhibition floor there is plenty of opportunity for networking while checking out the latest novelties in an innovative ambiance. Meet up with established industry leaders, get to know brand-new start-ups and their products and connect with engineers in the making attending the interactive student programme.

Mark your calendar and join us at Bits&Chips Smart Systems

NIDays 2017 (BeNeLux)

NIDays, the annual graphical system design technical conference and exhibition, brings together the brightest minds in engineering and science. Learn about the latest technology to accelerate productivity for software-defined systems in test, measurement and control. ICT Group attends the events with a booth. We look forward to meet you there.

At NIDays you can network with engineers and scientists from a variety of industries in the Northern European Region, share best practices and example code with fellow developers, exchange information with NI technical staff, and learn about the latest innovations that inspire and equip NI customers to solve engineering challenges.

NIDays is designed exclusively for engineers, scientists and researchers interested in exploring the latest software tools, hardware platforms and commercial technologies inpacting system development.


ICT and InMotion will give a keynote presentation at MATLAB Expo 2016 Benelux. Visit the conference and join the presentation of Johan van Uden (ICT Group) and Marco Lenssen (InMotion): “Academia Meets Industry: The Road to Le Mans”.

2016 © Thierry Schut Fotografie

Student Race Team InMotion’s ultimate goal is to design, build, and race their series-hybrid endurance racer, the IM01, during the 24 hours of Le Mans race. On the road to Le Mans, InMotion will first attempt to break several lap-records with the full-electric KP&T IM/e. In order to develop and test both the KP&T IM/e and the IM01, ICT and InMotion have developed the Electronic Control Units (ECU’s) for the complete IM/e race car. ICT provides its Model based development Production Platform: Motar, consisting of the ECU’s hardware and platform software, while InMotion develops the control algorithms (application software) for these ECU’s. The platform offers seamless integration of MATLAB / Simulink control algorithms on production class automotive hardware built up on an AUTOSAR architecture.

For more information read the blog article: ‘Completing the 24h of Le Mans in the innovative Garage 56 class, a world’s first!’

For visiting the conference, please register here (the conference is free, but registration is required). You can also contact us:

NIDays Benelux – Graphical System Design Conference

ICT will participate the NIDays Benelux – Graphical System Design Conference on 10 November 2015 in Eindhoven. The conference brings together leading engineers and scientists from across the country and beyond.

ICT has a long and successful track record in automating and testing discrete production lines and systems, with primarily focus on Vision systems and In-Line-Testing automation. For more information about tools we have developed such as the Vision software and In-Line-Testing software, please visit our website.

Registration for NIDays – Graphical System Design Conference is FREE.

We would like to meet you at the conference!

MATLAB Conference 2015 Benelux

Learn how to get the most out of MATLAB and Simulink

ICT will participating the first MATLAB Conference in the Benelux. This conference provides new, intermediate, and advanced users of MATLAB and Simulink as well as product and line managers with a unique opportunity to learn how to improve the effectiveness of the research and development process.