Tag Archives: innovation

3D Printing and its Impact on Real Estate

Here are the slides from my talk for the Center for Real Estate at the Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, April 22, 2015. 3D Printing and its Impact on Real Estate from Rudy De Waele The slides are currently featured on the Slideshare homepage. +1.000.000 people have viewed my presentations online. You can view various Slideshare presentations on different topics here

The Evolution of Mobile (towards the IoT)

Here are the slides of my presentation on The Evolution of Mobile (towards the Internet of Things) at Sanoma Mobile Inspiration Conference in Amsterdam on March 24, 2015. The Evolution of Mobile from Rudy De Waele You can view a short video resume of the conference here.

Kwamecorp Session on Operating Systems for IoT

Recently, I helped organising  an invite-only lunch event for Kwamecorp. Kwamecorp is a service and product innovation agency based in London you may know from work such as the Fairphone, LokLok, bond or other exciting projects they designed.  We invited some interesting folks from diverse areas in the IoT ecosystem including Anastassia Emmanuel from Indiegogo UK, Marcus Sandberg from Wearable World and Raph Crouan from Startupbootcamp IoT. We also invited some startups and interested folks from the industry interested to learn [...] Read More

How Brands Will Interact with Wearable Devices

Beyond Apps… How Brands Will Interact with Wearable Devices. (This article was originally posted on Mobile Day on November 6, 2014 and published on Medium on November 10, 2014)   “The AppStore is the new Rock ’n Roll”, I mentioned in an interview at Mobile Monday Amsterdam in 2008 when hardly anyone understood the implications the app economy would have on many business. With that quote I explained that the [...] Read More

How 3D Printing Will Impact Our Future (article)

(this article was originally published on The Next Web on September 20, 2014) The first time I saw a 3D-printer in action was when I participated to the Singularity University Executive Program in the spring of 2011. It was a place that offered corporate executives and entrepreneurs the tools to predict and evaluate how emerging technologies will disrupt and transform their industries, companies, careers and lives. Since then, I have been following [...] Read More