Anna Hristoskova
Nicolás González-Deleito

The InsightProducts project supports companies to improve their product and service offering through qualitative product data acquisition and use, in view of digital servitisation.

Nick Boucart

Anyone wanting to start a disruptive business by offering products such as (scalable) services, must first consider certain things and adapt their approach. A good guide is the way in which start-ups work.

Mathias Verbeke

The revenue model of digital servitisation, in which physical products are enriched with digital services, offers product builders a range of new possibilities, but also presents new challenges. On 12 December Sirris organises an inspiration workshop to provide companies that build physical products and want to explore the possibilities to take the step to smart, connected products with an overview of the inns and outs of digital servitisation and to give them the tools to get started.

Peter Paulissen

In order to cope with the challenges of high work pressure and remain competitive, operator support during the production process is crucial. New technologies may help you out. Businesses can call on Sirris to get to know and test new developments.

Pieter Beyl

There is no longer any doubt about the rise of internet-of-things applications and smart connected products. But how can companies use this evolution to create value? Sirris and Agoria set up an initiative to help out. A first interactive event will take place on 16 November.

Anna Hristoskova

For the digital business industry to be able to achieve qualitative data acquisition sensor deployment needs to be optimised. To help SMEs in this process Sirris, Hahn-Schickard and the FZI Research Center for Computer Science are preparing a project proposal 'InsightProducts - Actionable Insights into Product Service Delivery'. The focus will be on supporting companies in the optimal use of sensing & communication to capture qualitative product information, resulting in more actionable insights at the remote customers’ premises.

Peter Verhasselt
Nick Boucart

Sirris has a long track record in industry and has for many years been coaching start-ups and existing companies with their move towards new digital activities. This intense contact has given us hundreds of stories about growing companies that have provided us with a greater understanding of recurring patterns.

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.

Steven Van den Berghe

In previous posts, we looked at how digitally optimising support functions can significantly reduce the total cost of existing services. But they can also be used to develop new value creators.

Steven Van den Berghe

Optimising the service chain with digital technologies can significantly reduce the total cost of services. Example service flows that can be made more efficient include pre-sales/sales, marketing, commissioning, after-sales support, repair, …. The cost reduction can come from direct efficiency improvements. But also indirect, and previously unharvested synergies, between units can yield significant results.