February 4, 2023

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Holst Center Innovation Day looks at a wide range of future technologies

Holst Center Innovation Day looks at a wide range of future technologies

Rising above the commotion of many visitors, scientists can be heard explaining how their technology works and what they have been working on lately. The bell rang occasionally, as a sign that a new event was about to begin. Innovation Day Holst Center At the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, there was one full of knowledge, encounters and business contacts.

The future is always the common denominator in all stories in these kinds of events. This was also the case this time. But what is in store for us? Artificial intelligence? Robot? sensors? Or maybe everything? At the Holst Center Innovation Day, scientists showed what the future might look like for us and our loved ones.

“It’s great to be back here, especially for our teams, because they have done so much great work and can now show their results,” said Kathleen Phillips, general manager of imec in Eindhoven and general manager of the Holst Centre. “If you are not able to stand up to your important clients and give them a chance to challenge you, you will miss out on some rewards. Because you want them to ask the right questions and give you feedback.”

The purpose of the event was not only to showcase research and scientific work, but also to network and make connections. “We also want to inspire people to come up with new solutions to all the challenges we face,” said Ton van Mull, TNO Director and Managing Director at Holst Center.

technology to see

Various booths at the event were located to enable visitors to see and experience the technologies developed in recent times for themselves. The suites ranged from printing electronics on glass to a sensor for predictive, real-time analysis of concrete quality. “Our biggest problem today is health and you’re going to see a lot of Medtech, like sensor patches and chips that can be used in medicine,” Phillips said.

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Sebastian van Dijk was one of the people with a booth. He is a project manager at Arranged BV in Belgium. The technology they are developing is a dice that has a scanning surface built into it. It can be used for board games or table top RPG games. “We have the patent and are developing this in collaboration with the Holst Center because they are very good at this imaging technology,” Van Dyck said.

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The Sebastian Van Dyck Pavilion on Innovation Day at the Holst Center
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inspirational speeches

The Innovation Day program included speakers who discussed their work and the purpose of their companies. The topics they covered ranged from wearable medical devices to photonics, spin-offs and start-ups.

Marco de Jaeger is a lead scientist in wearable medical devices for mobile monitoring at Philips Research. He discussed the importance of remote patient monitoring and healthcare solutions. “For example, a diabetic may need a glucose monitor, but they may also want to be prescribed an activity tracker as part of a care program to improve their lifestyle and help them adjust to their disease,” de Jager said during his lecture. These technologies and developments offer the opportunity to create a new future for hospitals, where care is provided for urgent cases, while other types of care are provided remotely.

Also on stage were PhotonDelta President René Penning de Vries and Dr Nico van Meeteren, Director and Secretary General of Health-Holland. Penning de Vries talked about photonics and why this is a great opportunity. Nico van Meeteren discussed the need to change the flag and how to combine different platforms into one package.

Rene Benning de Vries of Foton Delta (left) and Marco de Geiger of Philips, wearable medical devices (right)

This year’s event brought together many people to seek partnerships and showcase their technologies. But it also had another purpose: to allow visitors to enjoy being together again. “It’s great for the teams because they feel valued and appreciated,” Phillips concluded.

Innovation Origins will discuss a number of concrete examples from Innovation Day at Holst Center in the coming days.