Olivier Malek

The arrival of the femotsecond laser at Sirris opens doors towards adding functionalities to materials which used to be difficult or impossible to manipulate. Tests have already confirmed this.

Marie-France Rousseau

Ever since its creation, our organisation has never stopped innovating and modernising, in terms of both the technological areas where we provide support for companies and our range of services. For the past 10 years it has been doing this under the name 'Sirris'. This 10th anniversary was celebrated with a party and the publication of the Sirris Annual Report 2016.

Elena Tsiporkova

Despite what you might think, there are no quick, simple, off-the-shelf data solutions. Data science is a creative process involving a lot of trial and error tasks. Data Analytics goes beyond technical skills, human, business and research aspects must also be taken into account.

Olivier Malek
Peter ten Haaf

Sirris’ Precision Manufacturing department recently presented its newest addition to the industry: the femtosecond laser machine is now ready for use by companies in our machine hall in Diepenbeek. It can be used to add functionalities to surfaces.

Pascal Pollet

M-Design Production has for some time been making the best high quality sheet metal products, but delivery scheduling and production planning was often something of a challenge. Therefore the company decided to take a different approach to the production department and by extension, the entire company. The recent staged implementation of the new strategy, known as QRM, has certainly had a positive effect!

Bart Teerlinck

How can a new sector take advantage of the knowledge and experience of traditional sectors? This is the starting point for a new project that wants to create investment opportunities in offshore, renewable energy by tackling the costs linked to corrosion.

Pascal Pollet

During the Masterclass on 10 October Rajan Suri, the world’s most visionary thinker about lead time reduction will explain how you can reduce your lead times, and increase customer satisfaction, while lowering costs and improving quality.

Thomas Vandenhaute

A lot has been said and written about the circular economy although in practice it still tends to be neglected. As a technology company, what could it do for you? Sirris and Agoria have taken up the challenge to demonstrate to you the practicalities involved, as well as offering support for the initial steps.

Pascal Pollet

When the production department at Elaut found it more and more difficult to keep up with increasing numbers of orders, it decided to change strategy. QRM offered new insights for greater transparency, shorter lead times and better predictability, while reducing levels of stress and the need for overtime and creating time to make continuous improvements.

Thomas Vandenhaute

Philips Lighting’s innovative, circular business model is based on service. This has been done in order to participate in various social trends, such as urbanisation and the energy-saving reflexes of their customers. This way the company wants to offer more quality at a better price and specifically to guarantee that their customers can continue enjoying optimal functionality in the years to come. It represents one of the driving forces for innovation at Philips.