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September 25th, the Ambassadors of Innovation network convened at the Philips Museum in Eindhoven. Philips Innovation Services, Industry Consulting, hosted the meeting with 45 participants from inside and outside Philips.
Topic of this network event was Product and Business Architectures.
- Paul Hissel, Senior Consultant at Industry Consulting kicked off, moving into the reasons why architectures for products and businesses are becoming more important. Speed, complexity and variety drive the business and product architectures can accommodate that.
- Menno de Jonge, Innovation Manager at Ballast Nedam continued with his presentation on modular structures Ballast Nedam is using, e.g. to build housing modules in factory settings, to build, disassemble and reassemble parking garages and even football stadiums for the 2022 World Cup.
- Leon van de Pas, General Manager Connected Lamps at Philips Lighting then presented how the hue lighting system is built up and how it has become such as success, e.g. by using the Apple store to launch and an open API which engaged more than 10,000 developers world wide.
Participants had the opportunity to write down questions for each of the presenters, and after some clustering these were discussed in a forum setting to close off the formal part. Then the networking continued in the Philips Museum café.
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