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John’s Challenge: better results thanks to good collaboration

The Amsterdam Houthavens area has become a special, restricted traffic area for high-quality living along the IJ waterfront, thanks to the Spaarndammertunnel. The brand-new, 800-metre long tunnel, of which 470 metres is covered, has ensured that eighty percent of the daily 22,000 vehicle movements passes underground. The tunnel creates space above ground for greenery, bicycle and walking tracks as […]

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GridFlex Heeten investigates feasibility of local energy market

Can all homes in one neighbourhood be transformed into zero-carbon homes, using solar energy and home solar batteries? What does this require in terms of technology and balancing income with expenses? A consortium comprised of public- and private-sector organisations – including ICT Group, Enexis, University of Twente, Enpuls, Endona, Buurkracht, and Dr Ten, a manufacturer […]

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Noord/Zuidlijn: from the north to the south of Amsterdam in a mere 16 minutes by underground railway

The Amsterdam Noord/Zuidlijn is a 9.7 kilometre underground railway connection that cuts the travel time from the north to the south of Amsterdam in half. The prestigious and ambitious project involved drilling and construction beneath the busy city, in which people live and work. A widely discussed project, which received a huge amount of publicity, […]

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Victor’s Challenge: managing projects in which things are put in motion

The Amsterdam Noord/Zuidlijn is a 9.7 kilometre underground railway connection that cuts the travel time from the north to the south of Amsterdam in half. The extremely prestigious and ambitious project involved drilling and construction beneath the busy city, in which people live and work. A widely discussed project, which received a huge amount of publicity, […]

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Scrum in your organisation: A guided transitioning to the Agile way of work

Being Agile brings a lot of positive aspects in managing (complex) projects: involvement, clear communications, focus, regular deliveries, interaction with your contractor and even feedback from your (end) users. Applying Scrum in your research and development departments will have its ups and downs; initially learning the basic ceremonies and consecutive it will have impact on […]

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Annie’s Challenge: designing software for Air Traffic Control using Festa’s Model Driven Engineering tool

To shift from traditional software development to a Model Driven Engineering approach means stepping out of your comfort zone. ICT Group’s software designer Annie Jovitha Arulanandam took up the challenge by trying out the Festa Engine tool to design software for an Air Traffic Control system. When Annie Jovitha Arulanandam started working for ICT Group […]

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AI in video recognition: Assessing video footage with a machine learning algorithm

Many companies create video footage for applications like inspection, quality control, surveillance or process management. A shared feature of all situations where video monitoring is applied is that it involves a lot of manpower to assess the footage. This is where artificial intelligence (AI) can help. It’s almost impossible to do without AI anymore, and […]