This week, we visited IFA 2016. One of the main themes this year at the large electronic fair was the smart home. Great solutions in smart lighting, energy control and security were amongst the highlights of the fair in Berlin.
It seems like every brand is searching for the right way to connect its product to the internet and make it smart. One of our largest customers Philips is making great steps in getting their hardware products integrated in the right on-line ecosystems and we have seen many great other examples of smart products. A security system with facial recognition from Dutch scale up Amaryllo and a smart device to correct your posture from Upright were amongst our favorites.
We are proud to have contributed to a number of connected products, like Braster, Clay, and Dacom. Often, we see companies struggling to make a consistent line up of connected products that really make sense. Our Design and Innovation team in Amsterdam has broad experience in helping customers define the right product and innovation roadmaps and help them visualize their strategy.
Arno Wolters and his team are ready to support you in this challenge.
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