ArcelorMittal is launching a pilot scheme at their Ghent plant, which will convert the damaging byproducts — CO and CO2 — into ethanol.
In rooms at Antwerp hotel, Mini Fashion Bar stocks items from Pimkie’s latest collection, which visitors can pay for upon check-out.
Wolk adapt airbag technology to create a reusable wearable airbag especially for elderly citizens.
Smappee from Belgium can itemize electricity usage and control a household full of devices by retrofitting them with Internet of Things capabilities.
Belgium’s Of Instruments and Archetypes has developed a wooden caliper, measuring tape and protractor that wirelessly send measurements to a digital device.
Belgium-based sportswear company Lazer has developed the Cappuccino Lock, a helmet strap add-on that enables bike owners to use their helmet to quickly lock both.
Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport has installed desks that enable passengers to charge their devices through pedal power while they wait for their plane.
The ikflitsmee campaign in Belgium has encouraged citizens to send in locations where they believe speeding is a problem in order for the police to invest in safety measures.
The Open Source Beehives project, currently seeking funding on Indiegogo, has developed a downloadable and printable beehive that can be equipped with smart tech to help crowdsource data about the insects living inside.
Belgium’s Responsible Young Drivers initiative has developed a car park barrier that only opens if drivers pass a breathalyzer test.
ShareBox is a new platform HR departments can use to foster connections and a sense of community among employees based on their personal hobbies and passions.
Belgium-based TagTagCity hopes to help people find out more about the venues and sites of interest in their vicinity through real-world scanning.
CareSquare is a ‘digital companion’ computer that is designed with the older generation in mind, offering communication, entertainment and even help with medical issues.
Sleeping Around has turned four shipping containers into a temporary hotel that pops up at a different location for each guest.
circuits.io enables consumers to create and print their own circuit designs, as well as share ideas with the community.
The NotFound scheme is hoping to turn the web’s 404 pages into a platform for alerting internet users to the continent’s missing kids.
Cardrops is a system whereby car owners’ trunks act as a safe locker for the delivery of packages ordered online.
Ogilvy Brussels has targeted designers trying to get the latest version of Adobe Creative Suite through less-than-legal means in their new recruitment drive.
WeWatt’s modular WeBike table uses the power of its users to generate electricity for devices such as laptops and cell phones during meetings, as well as providing gentle exercise.
Belgian band Absynthe Minded have promoted new single Space through their minisite mostexclusivevideoever.com, which broadcasted the video for the track only at the times it was being played on select radio stations.
Yoopia is a new photography studio that will shoot a client’s products for free, before selling those products on at discounted prices through its online store.
Husband and wife Joris Bryon and Hannelore Dewaele are the founders of Timbooktwo, a promotional video company that produces one video for a charity for every one they create for a business.