Michiel Dhont
Elena Tsiporkova
Tom Tourwé

This is the fifth article in a series of blogs on the traffic situation in Brussels in times of COVID-19 restrictions. It is inspired by a recent quote by virologist Steven Van Gucht on people getting around more often again, and the effect this would have on the number of COVID-19 infections.

Mathias Verbeke
Tom Tourwé

The Sirris Data and AI Competence Lab (EluciDATA Lab) is relaunching its mastercourse on 'Data Innovation'. In a series of pragmatic and industry-specific sessions and webinars, different aspects which enable data-driven innovation will be explored. We will kick things off with the webinar 'The importance of data exploration and hypothesis building' on 9 and 12 February.

Anna Hristoskova
Nicolás González-Deleito

The InsightProducts project focused on supporting companies to improve their product and service offering through a cost-effective approach to relevant and qualitative product data acquisition and use, in view of digital servitisation. In what follows, a short overview of the main project results is provided.

Mathias Verbeke
Tom Jacobs

Despite the highly competitive call, all three proposals Sirris submitted, following VLAIO's ICON call on AI, were selected for funding. This will allow Sirris to further support the industry in tackling its real-world challenges related to AI.

Mathias Verbeke

For more than thirty years EuroSign, manufacturer of traffic signs from Fernelmont, has been offering standard and customised products with extremely short delivery times. The company is currently developing a project on intelligent traffic signalling that could revolutionise the market.

Nick Boucart
Tatiana Galibus

'Shift security left' is a popular IT industry paradigm which is very easy to understand but not so obvious to implement. Adopting this statement requires more than just use of technology: it is a shift in culture, integrated approach to application security and continuous learning process. Most start-ups are eager to adopt it in theory, but discover obstacles when applying it in practice.

Nick Boucart

You and your team are improving your SaaS every day, but how smooth is that process? And what do you know about other SaaS companies' devops and operations structure? Let us know: fill in our survey and discover your position and future opportunities for your SaaS devops!

Mathias Verbeke

LifeLine is preparing for the commercial release of the first wearable bracelet with satellite transmitter capable of transmitting an SOS message in areas not covered by a mobile phone network. Designed for athletes and adventurers who exercise their passion in remote areas, it is a tool for a range of different security services.

Michiel Dhont
Elena Tsiporkova

In this fourth article in a series of blog posts in the context of the MISTic project concerning the traffic situation in Brussels in times of Covid-19 restrictions we bring an update of the development of the traffic by comparing it with pre-Covid-19 outbreak times.

Mathias Verbeke
Caroline Mair

Digital servitisation is a specific type of servitisation. Within this new revenue model, value is created thanks to the digital services that complement a physical product. Smart objects, the use of which is facilitated by associated services, are the most obvious examples. The concept can nevertheless be extended to a complete product proposed in the form of a service. Let’s take a look at the stakes involved in this new way of innovating.