Posted on Friday, December 1st, 2017 in Company news
On the 16th of November, SIM-CI co-hosted an event at the WTC, to strengthen the relations between The Hague and Eindhoven. During the Captain’s Dinner, SIM-CI took the guests into the virtual world of Smart Cities. Our VR-simulation platform, which was showcased at the event, is used to identify risks in networks and to take timely measures to prevent failure or damage. This makes it possible to identify vulnerabilities and predict impact on assets.
SIM-CI and WTC Eindhoven co-hosted and co-organized the Captain’s Dinner that took place in Eindhoven. The dinner and event titled ‘Op weg naar leven en werken de Smart City’ (translated: On route to living and working in the Smart City) saw various actors and individuals come together to talk about Smart Cities. Decision-makers and small and large companies got united by the WTC Eindhoven in an atmosphere of united concern about the future and discussed how to safeguard ourselves, and how SIM-CI could contribute to a safer future and to the growth of Eindhoven as the future Silicon Valley. SIM-CI led an interactive VR presentation on Resilience (Resilient by Design, in de Stad van de Toekomst), which guests of the dinner were able to participate in.The evening also included another talk hosted by John Sandiford on the island of St. Maarten before and after Hurricane Irma, once again within the topic of smart cities.
“Decision-makers, small and large companies, united by the WTC gave an atmosphere of united concern about the future, how to safeguard ourselves, and how SIM-CI could contribute to a safer future and to the growth of Eindhoven as the future Silicon Valley.”
Boy Frank, SIM-CI
The Captain’s Dinner was a huge success for both WTC Eindhoven and SIM-CI. There will be a follow-up of this event next year in Spring 2018 in Venlo. Further information regarding this event will be announced in due time.