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Start to innovate: 7 keys to make your business future proof

Start to innovate: 7 keys to make your business future proof

With the launch of "Why Innovation Fails - 7 keys to success" Living Tomorrow CEO Joachim De Vos is handing a guide to the future for business leaders and policy makers. He provides insights into the technological revoluition and how they can be turned into a concrete approach for successful innovation.

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The applications of 6G: what will it change?

The applications of 6G: what will it change?

Looking ahead to 2030 and beyond, the improvement of the network and capabilities of XR terminals will push XR technology into an era of full immersion. XR or ‘extended reality’ is an umbrella term for virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR). What real life applications can we expect, roughly in a decade from now?

Welcome to the world… in 6G

Welcome to the world… in 6G

Imagine a teleconference, with holograms instead of a checkerboard of faces. Or digital communication including smell, hearing and touch, in addition to sight and sound. Pure science fiction? Not really. It is what researchers think possible by 2030, through 6G. Today, we are surrounded by digital technologies that make our lives easier. Tomorrow, the immersive experience of 6G will blur the boundaries between the digital and physical world.

To help the construction industry grow we must take a step back

To help the construction industry grow we must take a step back

Building the home of the future also means looking into the future of the construction industry. Frederik Vaes (UAU Collectiv) and Bart Thijs, two architects behind our new ‘Living Tomorrow’ campus, see several important developments. “The soaring prices of energy and building materials and the importance of sustainability are forcing us to look beyond the latest gadgets and attractive design”, they say.

Energy Efficiency Movement

Energy Efficiency Movement

It is estimated that by 2050 the global population will have risen to 9.7 billion, up from 7.7 billion in 2019. The global economy is expected to more than double over the same period. Urbanization, automation, and the rise of living standards will significantly increase the demand for energy globally. At the same time, we urgently need to reduce our CO2 emissions to counter climate change.

Start to innovate: 7 keys to make your business future proof

Start to innovate: 7 keys to make your business future proof

With the launch of "Why Innovation Fails - 7 keys to success" Living Tomorrow CEO Joachim De Vos is handing a guide to the future for business leaders and policy makers. He provides insights into the technological revoluition and how they can be turned into a concrete approach for successful innovation.

By 2030 only digital meters in Flanders

By 2030 only digital meters in Flanders

On 18 February 2022, a young family in Ninove in one go received three new utility meters in their home, all three replacing their existing analogue meters for gas, electricity and ... drinking water. Hence they kicked-off of a pilot project in which three Flemish drinking water companies jointly work together with network company Fluvius to install the new energy and water meters simultaneously for their customers. In this way, any inconvenience for customers is kept to a minimum, while beneficial effects are also achieved in other areas.

Sustainable insulation at Recticel

Sustainable insulation at Recticel

From now on, many of Recticel's insulation products will have PEFC certification. This means that the paper in the multi-layer facer of the insulation panels comes from forests that are managed in a sustainable way. Recticel is therefore the first of all pir/pur manufacturers to be allowed to carry the PEFC quality mark for its insulation solutions.

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