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Social & societal implications of #IoT #InternetofPeople2017
The Internet of People Event is a half-day conference (13.00 to 18.00) about the social and societal implications of the Internet of Things, a human-centred approach of the digital world.
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Selecting Tomorrow’s Winners – Presented by Gilles Meijer, Golden Egg Check,
at the High Tech Scale-Up Conference, on September 14, 2017, in Hengelo, The Netherlands.
Investors search for innovative startups with high potential and scalable business models. The way investors search for startups is still traditional though. An average process to get an investment cost a startup 6-9 months, and business plans and pitch sessions are still required. Our ambition is to screen and scout startups in an early phase, before they are a scale-up. The presentation will outline our in-house methods, existing theories and practical examples of data-driven selection processes.
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Inspirational approach of #IoT topics from social perspective #InternetOfPeople2017 #InternetofThings
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How do you #scaleup by #design? Pieter van Osch, ScaleUp Company talks ab this on Sep14 in #Hengelo
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#3Dprinting makes it possible to revolutionise the manufacturing industry – Interview with Stefan Rink, #Shapeways
“3D printing makes it possible to revolutionise the manufacturing industry. In about 20 years you will not buy a new mobile phone, but you will have one 3D printed exactly to your personal requirements. You can personalise how they are made and by whom they are made, so you will have an unique product,” says Rink about the the future of manufacturing. The mobile phone is a product composed of many parts and different materials, something which can now be printed and produced at a low rate. But some ten years ago it was only possible to 3D print in one material, and the possibilities continue to grow. Also in ten years time, scale various developments took place as the dimensions of the products grew a billionfold, from one cubic mm to a cubic meter. But also the public can buy themselves desktop 3D printers, but they are very limited in possibilities. “Our added value over the home 3D printing is that we are cheaper and faster, offer lots of details, not limited to small dimensions and we can print in many materials, which is very difficult for a home printer,” tells Rink. Shapeways has many different printers in their factories from various manufacturers like HP and EOSso as to be able to serve the customers. The 3D printing industry is continuously improving and expanding the technology to enable the creation of new materials.
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