News & Events
Inertia Technology will participate at High-Tech Systems 2013, the International Conference and Exhibition on Mechatronics and Precision Technology, on 24 and 25 April 2013 at Klokgebouw in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.
You are welcome to visit our stand and get hands-on experience with the new V-Mon 4000 vibration monitoring platform. To get more insight in our technology, we invite you to attend one of the four pitches that will be presented during the 2-days conference event.
High-Tech Systems focuses on the high-tech systems industry in all European areas with significant high tech roadmaps. It entails sectors and topics like advanced system engineering and architecture, precision engineering, mechatronics, high-tech components system design as well as advanced original equipment manufacturing (OEM).
Inertia will present the new wireless industrial platform V-Mon 4000 at the IDTechEx exhibition, in the period 17-18 April 2013, at the International Congress Centrum ICC Berlin.
IDTechEx is the International conference and exhibition covering Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS) and other forms of Active RFID.
You are cordially welcome to visit us at booth R5, near the Networking Area.
Inertia will launch its latest industrial vibration platform V-Mon 4000 during the Hannover Messe world fair, between 8 and 12 April 2013.
This V-Mon 4000 platform represents the result of the research performed in the European projects WiBRATE and PoPJIM, where Inertia Technology, together with major industrial partners, delivers an integrated solution for wireless, self-powered vibration monitoring and control in several key industrial domains, such as automotive manufacturing, oil & gas industry, aerospace and railways industry.
February 7th, 2013 – Inertia moved to the Business and Science Park in Enschede, nearby University of Twente.
Our new address: Hengelosestraat 583, 7521 AG Enschede, The Netherlands
Our new phone: +31 53 711 3408
January 24th, 2013 – Inertia Technology becomes a partner of ICT for Brain, Body & Behavior (i3B) initiative.
i3B proposes a new Living Lab where innovative high-tech companies can consolidate their strengths for research and development of measurement and analysis systems in the areas of brain, cognition, physiology and behavior. The i3B Living Lab will create a network of physical locations from which services can be offered to participants, partners and clients. Various activities and services can be distinguished within i3B such as research and development, facilities and services, communication, events and education. The research and development activities will be clustered according to thematic labs. These labs will develop from a growth model based on the principle of market demand legitimizing a new activity.