Do you like anticipating the latest trends in global digitisation? Are you eager to share your knowledge with companies? Do you want to be on the crossroads where technology, business and engineering meet? If so, this opportunity might be something for you!

Are you a company with an innovative idea that could help improve our quality of life? Are you a technology provider looking for new business opportunities? Are you just looking for new ideas to explore? Then, our half a day networking conference on June 28th is exactly what you are looking for!

On 28 June, a networking conference in Brussels organized by Sirris will explore how new technologies help improve and maintain our quality of life.

Starting a business in an online environment is regarded as low risk and easy scalable. Today, thanks to Additive Manufacturing technology, this goes for manufacturing hardware too. Creating hardware doesn’t need to be "hard".

The Tour de France is in full swing. This year sees the introduction of sensors for all riders, so that their position in the bunch and their individual speeds can be tracked in real time. Dimension Data launched an app on Sunday July 12th that allows end-users/cycling fans to track everything.

ASTUTE, the European research project set up by Sirris received an award at the ITEA-ARTEMIS Co-Summit 2015.

Bloovi, the platform for the players in the digital world, is organising an international top event on March 10, 2015: WebTomorrow. Twenty national and international speakers will go to Ghent to share their vision of pioneering digital trends, new web technologies, (web) entrepreneurship and digital culture. Both start-ups and the old guard are on the agenda. Omar Mohout, Growth Engineer at Sirris, will also be giving a lecture.

The ANSYMO (University of Antwerp) and SOFT (University of Brussels) research groups are investigating ways to reduce the tension between reliability and agility in software. They will organise an open tool demonstration event on 24 February, to demonstrate all change-centric quality assurance tools developed by the Cha-Q consortium.