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Find out about all the news and developments that take place at the Fontys ICT InnovationLab.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) gets boost from Growth Fund
15 April 2021 Artificial Intelligence (AI) gets boost from Growth Fund

The National Growth Fund announced last week that it will make a quarter of its €4 billion budget available to strengthen research and innovation in the Netherlands. Part of that money will be spent on the key technology Artificial Intelligence (AI).

New Partners of Innovation welcomed to Fontys ICT InnovationLab
16 March 2021 New Partners of Innovation welcomed to Fontys ICT InnovationLab

Fontys School of ICT welcomed no less than three Partners in Innovation and new SPARC members on March 12, 2021. During a festive online toast the Municipality of Eindhoven, the Bierens Group and the Ministry of Defense signed up for membership of our partner network.

What if you could reproduce a business park digitally?
26 February 2021 What if you could reproduce a business park digitally?

Imagine that you can digitally recreate your business park to test the best solutions for making it more sustainable. No speculation and costly calculations, but a direct exploration of the effects. Is this possible? Fontys students investigated whether a simulation game could make the process easier for policymakers, planners and administrators. They rebuilt Venlo and its surroundings in the game Cities:Skylines to test the impact of sustainable energy transition initiatives on and around Spikweien business park in Lomm.

I-Partnership for ICT innovations in government institutions
4 February 2021 I-Partnership for ICT innovations in government institutions

On the 9th of February 2021, the yearly conference Nederland Digitaal takes place, where businesses, governments, knowledge institutions and social organizations pay attention to digitalization. Fontys School of ICT (FSICT) and the Sociale Verzekeringsbank (SVB) have a very unique form of collaboration, which the government institution dubs i-Partnership.