Welcome at DevLab
DevLab is initiated by 12 technological SMEs. (Small and Medium Enterprises). The objective is to stimulate the flow of knowledge between universities, technical colleges and the SME members in order to create mid and long term business opportunities. The DevLab initiative originates from the DevClub (Development Club), one of the clusters of the Industrial Electronics branch association of the Federation of Technology Branches FHI.
AgendaMonthly DevLab Cafés
Presentations and demonstrations from 15:00 untill 17:00, followed by an informal gathering with drinks and bytes. Here you will meet a variety of people who are more or less related to, or interested in DevLab. Admission is free of charge.
Next DevLab Café, Friday April 26, 2013 at DevLab, TU/e campus, Multi Media Paviljoen, Eindhoven
See the detailed agenda for an overview of the dates and the program.
DevLab companies at TNO-ESI symposiumOn April 10, the yearly ESI (now TNO-ESI) symposium took place. On the information market, two DevLab companies presented their products, based on DevLab technologie. Salland Electronics showed the very successful Axia Smart Chair, and Van Mierlo Ingenieursbureau showed their multicolor light bars which are controlled by MyriaNed.
DevLab has moves to another buildingOn April 2, 2013 DevLab has moved from the Laplace building to the so-called Multi Media Paviljoen (MMP), also on the TU/e campus. The new location is better suited with respect to office size, has much better facilities for the monthly DevLab Café and looks much more representative. So it is a big improvement for DevLab. The green arrow on the map shows the move to the new location.
Click here for a larger view of the map.
The new address:
Horsten 1, MMP 0.10
5612 AX Eindhoven
DevLab founding member of UBICITECOn November 20 the founding of UBICITEC was formalized.DevLab as founding member was present to sign the necessary paperwork. UBICITEC is a research center (center of excellence / technology transfer platform) in the field of smart cities and ubiquitos technologies. Almost 20 outstanding institutes join this initiative, and the goal is to bring 'smart' to the cities by collaborative projects and the sharing of knowledge. DevLab forsees the application of the MyriaNed technology in the smart city context. For more information see the UBICITEC website.
Related to our projects, we have defined a large number of graduation assignements on different levels, university and/or colleges/universities of applied sciences (Dutch=HBO). Are you a student looking for a challenging assignement in the field of electronics, informatics, embedded systems or electromechanical engineering? Take a look at our state-of-the-art assignments and get in contact with DevLab.