Jakob Kesteloot

The Internet of Things (IoT) can help SMEs to increase efficiency and reach agile production. Recently, as an IoT expert I was given the opportunity to share my vision on the matter with the DIH² Network, a network that wants to accelerate factories through robotics.

Tania Drissen
Denis Vandormael

Products are expected to be smaller and smarter today, while the development and production should be faster and costs must be kept low. Not even the sector of medical diagnostics can escape this trend and is required to offer fast, inexpensive diagnostic tests performed at the patient’s bedside. If you want to start this kind of development, you can count on the support of Sirris and Medvia.

Pieter Beyl

Do you want to implement an IoT solution for your product or simply get a better idea of what it would require in terms of technology? Sirris will gladly help you on your way.

Pieter Beyl

Definitely not by abandoning your idea or starting to build right away. The masterclass 'Finding a working business model for your smart product' will provide you with a proven approach and tips to increase the chances of success of your business idea.

Pieter Beyl

Everyone sees the evolution towards more digital technology in products to make them 'smarter'. But how do you successfully engage with this as a company? Let us inspire you with the Shayp story!

Pieter Beyl

More and more product builders are focusing on smart products and IoT. However, many companies still get stuck with their ideas in the many possibilities and uncertainties. To help companies do this, we are building support tools and guidance to get to a stronger, smart product idea faster. Find out more during a webinar on 7 February.

Anna Hristoskova
Nicolás González-Deleito
Annanda Rath

Smart connected products enable us to optimise operations & maintenance, ensure safety, reduce cost, make a more sustainable use of natural resources, etc. By design, smart connected products evolve more rapidly than their traditional counterparts. Your company too can benefit from the smartification of your product offer, with a little help from Sirris.

Pieter Beyl
Thierry Coutelier

Companies that want to develop a smart product should have a realistic idea of the development and production cost when they draw up their business case and decide whether to move forward. 

Pieter Beyl
Thierry Coutelier

Many companies struggle with drawing up a solid business case for their smart product. Developing a solution that responds to customers’ genuine need and that delivers sufficient value is far from easy. Especially if you want to keep the costs of developing and marketing your solution under control.

Pieter Beyl
Thierry Coutelier

Technological product innovation can be a way of staying one step ahead of the competition. But only if it is based on a clear and well-considered vision. That vision does not necessarily have to lead to the development of smart products. But companies should not hesitate to ask themselves how smart products might transform their business and benefit their customers.