bring innovation to life through the use of technology and robots
Innovation is mentioned in many strategy papers and policy plans. New technologies offer new opportunities and change our jobs. What are we going to use robots for, and what are we doing ourselves? How are we going to shape our organisation of the future? Do we dare to travel as a person and organisation?
Working on a culture of innovation
People are fascinated by new possibilities, but perhaps there is also fear. For their job, for the unknown or that they don’t know and understand the technology. People need to learn to understand new technology, to experience it and to think about it in order to come up with new ideas. Everyone who experiences, sees, touches or talks to new technology becomes fascinated.
But companies and employees also have many questions. What is relevant to us? Which technology offers the most opportunities and risks for us? What should I choose? When will it really be useful? We help companies engaged in the world today and yesterday to make a step into the world of tomorrow and the day after tomorrow; innovation through imagination.
Workshop and robot experience
The best way to alert your employees or associates to relevant developments is through an interactive workshop and master classes followed by a demonstration of robots and technology. The smaller size of the group means there is more time for interaction, people can ask their questions and there is room for discussion. Our starting point is to integrate technology into the workshops.
Keynotes for understanding technology
To understand the impact of relevant trends and technology development, we have expert speakers who can provide a keynote on the following subjects: Trends, exponential technology and robots, Robots in health and welfare, Robots and ethics, Cobots in the workplace, design thinking for robots, Robot readiness: how to adopt disruptive technologies.
Thinking about the future
Experience shows that people start to fantasize when they discover and experience the potential of technology. We increasingly see technology as a complement to our human skills and senses. In addition, organizations increasingly want to integrate technology into their services. We can organise an innovation day or innovation pop-up to stimulate this.
Create to stay relevant
Rapid developments are so constant that is a challenge to remain relevant. Organizations and people must continue create new ways of working. This creative process requires inspiration and guidance. Knowledge about trends with impact, needs of the target group, sector developments and the organisational vision determine the choices that are made. We help with concept creation according to the design thinking principle.