Cybersecurity in San Antonio, TX 

'I’m confident we can unleash the full potential of American innovation, and ensure our prosperity and security online for the generations to come.' President Obama Cybersecurity in the United States From the beginning of his administration, President Obama has made it clear that cybersecurity is one of the most important challenges the US faces as a nation, and for good reason. Criminals, terrorists, and countries Lees meer
 
Posted by Saskia Pardaans July 21, 2016 Categories: Innovation San Antonio

Kingdom of The Netherlands innovation mission in Austin, TX 

Global Smart City and Communities
NBSO- Texas was happy and honored to welcome the Innovation Mission from the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Austin, TX. On June 13-15, the city of Austin was the global center of the Smart City movement when it hosted three of the largest global smart city IoT (Internet of things) events at the Convention Center. The co-location of The Smart Cities Innovation Summit, the Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) and the US Ignite Application Summit Lees meer
 
Posted by Saskia Pardaans July 01, 2016 Categories: Austin Handelsmissie Innovation Smart Grid

Dutch delegation headed to Smart Cities Innovation Summit 

NBSO-Texas is busy preparing the last details of this promising week. We are happy to welcome the Dutch delegation in Austin, Texas! A delegation of Dutch innovators and urban planners are headed to Austin, Texas, for the Smart Cities Innovation Summit June 13-15. The summit brings together officials and planners from more than 200 cities around the world to share their state-of-the-art solutions and best practices to Lees meer
 
Posted by Saskia Pardaans June 10, 2016 Categories: Austin Innovation

Dutch West 8 Has a Brilliant Landscape Design for Houston’s Botanic Garden 

The Dutch firm has created a unique pedestrian bridge that features an arch of trees overhead
The Dutch landscape-design group West 8 knows how to incorporate green space nearly anywhere. And with its most recent design of a botanical garden in Houston, the firm might’ve taken its abilities to a whole new level—literally. A footbridge at the Houston Botanic Garden will feature an arch of trees, secured to steel beams, that is rooted over the heads of pedestrians walking below. The garden, which is replacing a suburban golf course, Lees meer
 
Posted by Saskia Pardaans May 25, 2016 Categories: Innovation