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DIF on AIR Anything Connected: Smarter Maintenance, Less Waste

  • Speakers:
  • Frederik Westerouen van Meeteren

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This session is part of DIF x CE100 Startup Day. A day devoted to showcasing startups and their role in disrupting the market and enabling a shift towards a circular economy.

Anything Connected has made an internet connected sensor sticker that allows any product to tell you when it will break down, by simply sticking it on the side. The sticker measures several different variables, most unique being electricity consumption, which we can measure wirelessly.

This tech enables predictive maintenance in 24 hours and creates the possibility to monitor a range of products including production lines, solar panels and bridges, potentially averting disasters, and preventing the huge costs associated with times of factory downtime. It can also help companies to enhance the lifetime of complex machinery, maximising utility and reducing waste.

By building the sticker, Anything Connected is trying to lower the barrier for companies to explore smarter ways of maintaining their products, in a modular, decentralised way, while delivering huge costs savings to a company as well!


Speakers

Frederik Westerouen van Meeteren

Frederik Westerouen van Meeteren

CEO and Founder

Frederik is the Founder of Anything Connected. He earned his BSc. and MSc. degree at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering at Delft University of Technology. In his career he has always focused on supporting entrepreneurs, designers and startups in getting their ideas to market. After almost 5 years of helping others in realizing their ideas, with Anything Connected he is finally turning his own passion for the Internet of Things into a company.

Host

Emma Fromberg

Emma Fromberg

Informal Learning and Smart Material Choices Manager

Emma is a designer by background and is part of the Learning Team of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. She is interested in exploring how design can support the transition to a circular economy. At the Foundation she leads informal learning, in which the annual Disruptive Innovation Festival plays a significant role. Besides informal learning, she works within the Circular Design Team on smart material choices and material health.

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