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  1. Designing a Safe Bicycle Experience with LIDAR Innovation
    Auteur
    Cristina Galles Creus
    Datum

    People riding bikes in the Netherlands are very likely to be involved in accidents. They are vulnerable, easily overlooked and sometimes very distracted. In a world with A.I. based vehicles and sensor based road assistance in cars we should be able to help bike riders as wel. That's why I designed…

  2. A smart meeting room dashboard in airport style Innovation
    Auteur
    Hayo Rubingh
    Datum

    If you are working in an office, big chance you are familiar with the frustrating process of booking a meeting room. No single room seems to be available according to Outlook, however you experience that some rooms are not being used or colleagues use a room without being officially booked.…

  3. Smart Building Data visualization with a 3D printed controller Innovation
    Auteur
    Hayo Rubingh
    Datum

    Sometimes data cannot be easily read through graphs, lists or maps. Sometimes we need 3D. That’s why we mapped our climate sensor data onto a realtime 3D model. To control this ‘digital twin’ we also created a physical controller, shaped after our office building (KBF). This is the KBF-controller.

    One of…

  4. Enriching a digital assistant conversation via your TV Innovation
    Auteur
    Martijn van der Pol
    Datum

    A great challenge when building voicebot solutions using popular devices like the Amazon Echo or the Google Home is to visualize content. When having a conversation with your favourite voice assistant there are plenty of reasons why you want to present and visualize content, very obvious for online shopping and…

  5. Color your office by using face recognition and IoT Innovation
    Auteur
    Hasan Bilen
    Datum

    Internet-connected devices like the Hue products from Philips are great fun to play with. The light bulbs offer a developer friendly Software Developer Kit (SDK) that you can use to control from your own software. It just takes a few lines of code to turn lights on or off, or…