We guide businesses through the process of creating value from IoT
Client: PostNL, a leading Dutch mail, parcel and e-commerce organisation
Problem: Throughout the delivery process, PostNL could not monitor the location and circumstances for loss and food safety
Real time tracking of their assets
Better understanding of their operations processes as well as food safety criteria
Client: Marineterrein & Topsector Logistiek, a campus in Amsterdam and a logistics company operating within it
Problem: Lacks insights between noise and air pollution and the effect of logistics’ truck unloading on the campus
Causes and sources of air & noise pollution
Best times to unload logistic trucks depending on weather, days and time of the day
CITYVERVE / TFGM
Client: Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM)
Problem: Manchester has severe problems with air pollution, breaking the limits by over 50% in 2017.
Best times to dynamically change traffic lights in order to reduce hot spots of air pollution caused by congestion
Sources of air pollution and level of exposure
Client: Marineterrein, a real estate innovation campus in Amsterdam
Problem: Marineterrein wants to promote its space among the citizens and businesses of Amsterdam
How better is the level of air quality, noise and space use in the campus with respect to the centre of Amsterdam
Client: Deloitte & IPP
Introduce to rapid prototyping IoT solutions using LEGO and Design Thinking methods. During the workshop, participants created a complete smart city with sensors, IoT tech and LEGO models.
Understanding the value of connected objects
Ultra rapid prototyping
Network and systems thinking
Client: Rijkswaterstaat, the directorate general for public works & water management in the Netherlands
Using Design Thinking methodologies, IoT sensors and LEGO smart city models to educate and ideate new solutions to solve current transport problems, such as congestion, air pollution and bike lanes infrastructure.