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Dutch collaborators bring high-performance motion systems to a whole new stage

In the field of chip-making equipment development, the Netherlands is planted firmly on the cutting edge. To stay ahead of the ever-evolving demands and consumer expectations, key players in Dutch high tech are teaming up as part of the Imsys-3D public-private partnership to create next-generation high-performance motion systems.


Kendrion locks up 3T acquisition
Quantum computing unicorn considers European HQ near Imec
Semiconductor boom might turn to glut in 2023, says IDC
The Netherlands joins European chip collaboration
$12M seed round brings Dutch stealth startup Axelera AI to light
Loop Robots cleans up with a $2M seed investment
TU Delft and NFI investigate next-gen forensic photography
Pharrowtech field-tests mm-wave-based fixed wireless access

Understanding how to generate value – within time and budget

As a project manager, system architect and crisis manager in the high-tech industry, Luud Engels has a reputation for not mincing words. In addition to his consultancy work, he recently started as a system architecture trainer at High Tech Institute. “Clear communication is key in complex development environments.”

In other news

Chip market: +4% this year, +12% next year (Electronics Weekly)
Facebook wants to put smart glasses on your face next year (CNET)
AI-driven robot Mayflower recreates historic voyage (BBC)

Nvidia-Arm deal will never happen

Arm being owned by Nvidia is like TSMC designing its own smartphone chips. It will never happen.

Innovation and character light the path to IMS success

In high tech, companies of all sizes are looking to stay at the cutting edge of innovation. According to Martin Langkamp and Martijn Bouwhuis of Almelo-based IMS, it comes down to a few key factors: keeping the employees interested, keeping the workplace light and focusing on personal development through training.