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Medtronic plc, a global leader in healthcare technology, and OLV Hospital Aalst announced that the first clinical procedure in Europe was performed with the Hugo™ robotic-assisted surgery (RAS) system. The robotic prostatectomy was performed by Prof. Alexandre Mottrie, M.D., head of urology at OLV Hospital in Aalst, Belgium, and chief executive officer and founder of the Belgium-based ORSI Academy, a multidisciplinary center for training, research and development, and data analysis to improve minimally invasive surgery best practices.
Flemish Minister of Mobility Lydia Peeters opens first ultra-fast IONITY charging points on the Brussels Ring
Flemish Minister of Mobility and Public Works Lydia Peeters, together with Mayor of Vilvoorde Hans Bonte, inaugurated the first four 350 kW ultra-fast charging points of Europe’s largest high-power charging network IONITY on the Brussels Ring on the innovation campus of Living Tomorrow.
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Our CEO, Joachim De Vos invited Fadel El Faraj, former Managing Director Q8 NorthWest Europe and current Managing Director of Q8 Italy, to talk about innovation, its challenges and lessons learned during the pandemic.
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.
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.
With advancements in generative design, software algorithms, and robotic construction, the current construction processes are going to change quite a bit over the next three to ten years.
Covid-19 has most of us confined to our homes, with a significant impact on our economy. Like in any other crisis, this has an immediate impact on our electricity consumption. E-mobility is strongly related to the availability and pricing of our energy. So let’s start there.
Over the past few months, Living Tomorrow, which has already been one of Europe’s major innovation players for over 25 years, has brought together as many as 30 innovative companies and organisations to realise an innovative vision based around 5 themes: smart homes & consumer services, smart mobility, smart health & care, smart buildings and smart cities & industry.
After three months of closure due to Covid-19, we are thrilled to announce that the Living Tomorrow Meeting Center opens its doors again!
As Living Tomorrow, we believe in continuous improvement and learning, also for ourselves. That's why we selected a brand new advisory board.
Lots has been undertaken, done and written about Smart City projects. What is common ground, is that there are lots of challenges to tackle when starting a Smart City project. We have listed the 8 most heard challenges.
IoT, cobots, epigenomics, extended reality,… The future is changing while we are in the thick of it. New technologies are entering our living rooms. What impact do they have? And what kind of benefits do they offer us? When data enter our living environment, flexibility, comfort and convenience are key.
Mercedes-Benz VISION AVTR, is inspired by AVATAR. The name of the groundbreaking concept vehicle stands not only for the close collaboration in developing the showcar together with the AVATAR team but also for ADVANCED VEHICLE TRANSFORMATION.
Urban air mobility must be one of the most exiting transportation evolutions to come. Read all about the future possibilities of getting around by air.
The mobility & transportation sector has undergone several evolutions which had a significant impact on the organisations and companies operating in it. The speed of these changes increases dramatically.
Do you find it hard to get your innovation projects off the ground? You’re not alone. According to Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen, about 95 percent of newly introduced products fail every year. So, how do you make innovation work? TomorrowLab reveals some of the secret ingredients.