13 oct. 2017

Open doors at Living Tomorrow: explore the world of robots, drones and smart cities


Located in Brussels, Living Tomorrow is a unique place where innovative companies showcase products and services designed to improve the quality of our future lives, homes and workplaces. The venue can only be visited on reservation, yet twice a year it opens its door to the public. This Sunday 15 October, everyone is welcome to shake hands with robot Pepper, discover virtual reality and artificial intelligence and … meet up with Barco, in the ‘smart cities’ demo room.

Ensuring safety
How can authorities and organizers ensure everyone’s safety during major events? And what technologies are currently available or being developed to help them achieve this objective? That’s the key question that we’ll be answering during our ‘smart cities’ demonstration at ‘Living Tomorrow’ this Sunday.

Demos and drones
Our experts are currently putting the last hand to their control room set-up. Through the ‘a day in the life’-demo, which follows a fictional mayor during a big cycling event, attendees will see our technology in action: from drones, over video wall to digital signage and networking applications. By bringing all the solutions together, we help authorities and emergency services to collaborate better – to ensure the safety that our future ‘smart cities’ will need.

Curious? Drop by at Living Tomorrow this Sunday, 15 October (10:00h-16:00h). We hope to see you there!