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  • ThingsCon Amsterdam logo

    ThingsCon 2017 - Make human IoT

    18 October 2017

    ThingsCon is Europe’s leading conference about the future of hardware, connected devices and Internet of Things (IoT). This year ThingsCon Amsterdam will take place on November 30th and December 1st at Volkshotel. is one of the founding partners of the conference, and we will of course be there to help foster the creation of a human-centric & responsible IoT.

  • VI platform

    New platform VI: media landscape means different technical demands

    27 July 2017

    The new digital environment of Voetbal International makes one thing crystal clear: changes in the media landscape mean that the platform and CMS must comply with new technical demands. It’s about speed and being ready for new revenue models.

  • Remmert Stipdonk

    Digital transformation – hell on Earth with a mission

    16 July 2017

    Digital transformation – what an awful buzzword, too often used without any nuance or understanding for a specific market while the impact of innovation can even affect organizations differently. New technologies and changing consumer behaviour are creating a growing complexity that many companies are finding impossible to pin down. So what technology is important for my organisation?

  • Iskander Smit appointed Visiting Professor at TU Delft

    Iskander Smit appointed Visiting Professor at TU Delft

    19 June 2017

    Iskander Smit, Strategy and Innovation director at, is set to join the TU Delft’s Connected Everyday Lab as a Design United Visiting Professor. Smit will be at the forefront of a new theme, Designing the future of intelligent cities, which taps into the issue of citizen-led smart cities and Internet of Things.

  • IoT

    IoT: design met intentie

    29 May 2017

    This article is only available in Dutch.

    Van een waterkoker die je op afstand aan kunt zetten tot een horloge dat je hartslag meet en daar conclusies aan verbindt – het zijn beide toepassingen van Internet of Things (IoT) maar over het nut valt te discussiëren. Hoe scheiden we het kaf van het koren?

  • part of TechLive part of TechLive conference

    29 May 2017

    TechLive is Emerce's newest event focused on the latest technologies and their successful applications in business, e-commerce and marketing. TechLive consists of six conference tracks under one roof and is a sponsor of the Internet of Things track. We have prepared a number of inspiring sessions! Who's joining us?

  • VI platform

    Voetbal International digital goes top again

    16 May 2017

    With the magazine market under pressure, the digital channel is taking on an increasingly key role for ‘Voetbal International’ (VI). The digital channel has to be the first central point of call for the football aficionado to find the right selection of reliable information. So to score on this digital front, VI is going full out on the attack.

  • Sandra

    My recipe for a well-done Sprint

    16 May 2017

    The stress of a kitchen is comparable with the stress of a Sprint. As Scrum master within and someone who has a love of cooking, I see strong resemblances between a Sprint and preparing a mult-course dinner. Compare each user story with a course, which you discuss with the development team: which ingredients do you use for each course? How are you going to make it?

  • IoT

    Experimenting now to get the measure of the future

    16 May 2017

    People regularly ask me how I can already know what is relevant for the future. Developments concerning the role of technology in our lives and the possible corresponding trends. There’s no easy answer. It’s often all about picking up signals, combining the developments. There’s no hard reality and things don’t always take off so fast as you expect.

  • Design thinking

    Focus on the experience, not the technology

    15 May 2017

    In product development it is the technology that quickly becomes leading, with the user and user experience often coming into the picture later on. This makes the interaction less intuitive and compels users to learn new behaviour, with the upshot of a sub-optimum experience and the risk that the product is not well aligned with the needs and routines of customers.