Pieter Beyl
Thierry Coutelier

Many companies struggle with drawing up a solid business case for their smart product. Developing a solution that responds to customers’ genuine need and that delivers sufficient value is far from easy. Especially if you want to keep the costs of developing and marketing your solution under control.

Olivier Gramaccia

In the medical technology industry, time has become more than ever a crucial success factor. The time between the first idea and the final go-to-market is getting shorter, while healthcare is also becoming more technical. To provide an answer to these trends, Sirris is making its technological expertise available, adapted to the medical sector.

Marie-France Rousseau

ACUMEN, Agoria's largest knowledge, inspiration and networking event has a new look after a fully digital edition in 2020: four days, more than 100 sessions, in a combination of digital and corona-safe 'live' sessions. People are more than ever longing to meet face-to-face again. Sirris is also contributing to this edition.

Tatiana Galibus
Christophe Michiels
Annanda Rath

On 7 October, the sixth edition of ABISS will take place in Kortrijk. In view of the growing range of technologies and players, this edition of the summit and networking fair for digital, smart & connected industry is divided into three main themes: Industry of Things, Intelligence of Things and Security of Things. Sirris and Agoria will also be present with a stand.

Marie-France Rousseau

2020 was a year full of challenges. Many Belgian companies have made major investments in innovation despite the crisis, as shown by the figures in our annual report, presented on 22 June 2021.

Gunthram Cornelis

“Due to the corona crisis, we had been postponing our strategic projects. With the help of POM West-Flanders and Sirris, we are now innovating again. Now that the feasibility of our idea is definitively proven, we want to build a proof of concept as soon as possible.” This is Stefaan Dewulf, CEO of Ethilog, about his experience with the Crisis Code Cracker, Sirris’ three-part action plan aimed at helping technology companies emerge stronger from the crisis.

Walter Auwers

Have you, as a manufacturing company, delivered an exceptional performance in recent years in terms of lead time reduction, new technologies, automation, product and service development, quality improvement, labour organisation, sustainability, turnover growth, staff growth, etc.? Then your company may be eligible for a Factory of the Future Award. Take a chance and register now!

Bas Rottier
Gunthram Cornelis

In order to strengthen its ambitions for a Factory of the Future, injection moulding company Anziplast recently started organising a monthly online R&D talk. Under the motto Stay Connected, 15 employees and an external guest exchange new solutions, knowledge and ideas. Sirris joined the discussion during the first session and seamlessly integrated the R&D talk with the Crisis Code Cracker intake interview. We do not want to withhold this inspiring story about innovation from the bottom up!

Walter Auwers

At Thor Park in Genk, where business, science and technology are joined on one campus, a brand new building for smart manufacturing companies will be built. It is the first concrete step in the realisation of a smart manufacturing campus on the site. By the end of 2022, 8,000 m² of production halls, labs and office space will be available. Sirris is among the first applicants to settle on the new site and thus contribute to the manufacturing industry of tomorrow.

Gunthram Cornelis

In recent months, many entrepreneurs have asked us how they can make their businesses more crisis-proof. That is why Sirris has developed the Crisis Code Cracker: a 3-step action plan that helps businesses in the technology sector to future-proof their businesses.