The Faculty of Rehabilitation Sciences at UHasselt can now use the high-tech movement lab GRAIL. The lab consists of an advanced treadmill with a platform that measures step strength, among other things, a screen on which a virtual environment is projected, and numerous cameras that meticulously record and analyze the subject's balance and every movement.
Smart Home automation is the future
The houses of tomorrow will not look the same as the ones we live in today. Both in materials as in design. But they will also work differently. New innovations, new services and new technologies will shape how we live.
The future is on the move
Our roads are ever-evolving. New technologies such as self-driving or electric cars offer exciting opportunities for public transport and logistics. Mobility is no longer a means, it’s a service. As we see personal technologies advancing, the way we define mobile will also change.
Healthcare as a science
As we learn more about our bodies, we will know how to take better care of ourselves. How will we produce healthier food, find new ways of exercise and create less harmful tech, like zero-emission solutions? Or what's the role AI will play in healthcare?
Hyperconnected places on the outlook
Innovative materials offer new opportunities for structures. And technology does the same for buildings, indoors and outdoors. The internet of things connects everything and offers exciting possibilities in home automation, communication and lighting. What does the office, house, shop, restaurant or hotel of the future look like?
How smart can a city get?
What is the city of the future? Will smart cities mold how we live, work and play together? And how will we communicate with our government or educate ourselves?
Insights & stories
The helicopter Ingenuity has made its first flight on Mars, the first powered flight above the surface of a planet other than Earth. This was announced by the US space agency NASA.
Innovation platform for logistics VIL is working with imec and VUB Mobi on a pilot project to test the Physical Internet (PI) concept for transport in the ports of Antwerp and Zeebrugge.
A major challenge for our future buildings is to reduce the environmental impact, as our current method of construction leads to too great an environmental impact to stay within the carrying capacity of the earth with our building needs.
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Sessions and workshops of the future
Living Tomorrow offers a wide range of on site innovative workshops which can operate as stand-alone events or be integrated into a larger innovation program. Have a look at the various options and decide which option suits your needs best.
"The workshop was a genuine eye-opener for what lies ahead of us. Suddenly I don't even mind getting older, I look forward to it!"Jan Van Renaert - participant Workshop