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Signify and ESI connect on cleverly connecting smart lighting

Smart lighting systems bring the potential for big cost and energy savings. The public-private Prisma project has produced tooling to streamline their development and deployment. Partners Signify and ESI (TNO) are now building on their successful collaboration to put the results to broad practical use.

Headlines

Frits van Hout to leave ASML
BOM boosts Eindhoven’s Antenna Company with a big line of credit
Philips captures Capsule
Eindhoven tech leaders open the gate to startup success
Etulipa flashes first full-color electrowetting display
ASML and ASMI stand to gain from huge TSMC capex boost
Victor van der Chijs steps down from UT executive board
Grai Matter Labs launches low-latency vision inferencer
Braincreators to launch surveillance anonymizer at Schiphol
Demcon delves into sports performance data with Johan Sports acquisition
Photonics-based spectrometry startup Mantispectra finds seed capital
Eindhoven looks to bolster AI and data science prowess for the future
Technobis carves out its photonics activities as Photonfirst
UT’s AI enhances Danish epilepsy implant
Kees Koolen gets his cleantech campus after all
Groningen office gives TMC national coverage
Smartqare’s 24/7 IoT health monitor gets Demcon backing
TBP joins VDL family
Most-read in 2020: ASML and China, fever scanners and Intel stumbling

Pink RF and America’s Odyssey link to bring RF repair to Nijmegen

Dutch radio frequency specialist Pink RF is expanding operations. In collaboration with the American RF repair company Odyssey, European RF and semiconductor customers will have a new option located in Nijmegen.

In other news

Segway to heaven (The Register)
BMW and Mercedes halt automated driving collab (Evertiq)
Honeywell claims it built the most powerful quantum computer ever (New Scientist)

Exploiting your data well

Data is the new oil, but if you’re not able to generate business value from your data, it doesn’t do you much good.