Véronique Dossogne
IIot, Industrieel Internet of Things, connectivity

It took years of work involving many key contributors and full participation from champions of the various standards to release in February 2017 the first connectivity framework for the Industrial Internet. The resulting clarity empowers system integrators and developers to evaluate IIoT protocols and communication patterns, and select the best-fit technology for their application.

Pieter Jan Jordaens
offshore windenergie, IoT, Big Data, Industrie 4.0, digitalisering, ICT

This session, which takes place on 20 April at Greenbridge Oostende, about digitalisation in the offshore wind energy sector will join players from the ICT industry - more specifically internet-of-things, IoT - and offshore energy players to reveal their mutual synergies. OWI-Lab and some project partners will also be present to contribute in function of the VIS-OWOME project.

Bojan Spasic

Discover more about Sirris’ 3 key takeaways from SecureCloud 2016, Europe’s foremost cloud security conference.

Pieter Beyl

New energy-autonomous detectors make cost-effective production machine monitoring a real possibility.

Rik Belien

After the Industrial Revolution and the Internet Revolution, today’s industry is on the verge of a new wave of innovation: the Industrial Internet of Things or IIoT. Pushing the boundaries of machines, this shift promises to increase productivity, efficiency and flexibility. But it also poses challenges. The 3IF & Agoria conference, a joint initiative of Sirris, LSEC & Agoria explains how to tackle them.