The battery farm at the Port of Ostend is said to be the first of many similar investments in Flanders.
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The Flanders-based space company was called in to work on the recently launched Juice satellite’s communication system.
Fujifilm’s EUR 30 million investment will significantly ramp up semiconductor material production in Flanders.
Flanders Semiconductors unites, boosts and showcases Flanders’ unparalleled micro- and nanotech expertise.
Will you compete for the title of Foreign Investor of the Year at the Flanders International Business Awards?
Stanford University is going to use the platform of Robovision, an AI specialist from Ghent (Flanders).
Luminus, Nippon Gases and Terranova will produce carbon-neutral, green hydrogen at North Sea Port Ghent.
The site in Genk will mainly be used to manufacture John Deere tractors, ride-on mowers and off-road vehicles.
After years of investing in R&D, things are suddenly moving fast for robotics and IoT specialist Zorabots.
A study by EWI shows that Flanders’ institutions provide a valuable foundation for bioeconomy innovations.