Our Vision

Extending the human body

In Arthur C. Clarke’s 2001 a Space Odyssey the advent of applied tools is symbolised by a hominid extending his body with a bone to gain power over his surroundings/ nature. We can imagine how the bone transformed into a hammer, giving man the tools to defend himself against the natural elements by creating a house and thus a civilization. In the book the Monolith is a metaphor for this essential step in the evolution of man.

Extending the human senses

In our history the monolith would have appeared again as civilization progressed and man ventured into his next fundamental discovery; the use of lenses. The lens gave man the possibility to see the invisible. Looking through a telescope he discovered his place in the universe, while looking through the lens of a microscope he discovered its building blocks. Discovering the world of the very small enabled him to fight diseases and extend his lifespan.

towards a s.m.a.r.t. ecology

Now in our technological age we face a new Monolith. It first appeared in the year 1642 when Blaise Pascal created the first computer. Since then automated counting evolved into the modern computer which made the Internet possible. From the integration of the internet and sensor technology arises the possibilty of the intelligent environment, an environment which gives feedback by monitoring itself through sensors. A real S.M.A.R.T. Ecology for a safer and more efficient society. By being a leader in the field of counting technology IMMOTION is creating a solid basis for the Internet of Things.

S.M.A.R.T. – Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology

Ecology is the scientific analysis and study of interactions among organisms and their environment. S.M.A.R.T. Ecology

Sensor Technology and the Future of the Internet of Things

The rapid digitization of our environment offers many new opportunities for making processes and products smarter. However, it’s always been a challenge to keep up with the latest trends and developments and how to translate these into concrete opportunities for your own business. How do you make the right choices at the right time?
One of the most promising developments is the Internet of Things: a network of intelligent and communicating objects…it’s about the gaining and exchanging of data and valuable information in the physical world using digital technology.
The Internet of Things wouldn’t be possible without sensor technology. Sensors can detect and capture motion, light, temperature, etc.
They are necessary to turn objects into data-generating “things” that can receive and send information. Because sensor endpoints fundamentally enable the Internet of Things, sensor investments are an early indicator of the IoT’s progress.

S.M.A.R.T. Ecology

Ecology is the scientific analysis and study of interactions among organisms and their environment. As our urban environments become more complex, our interactions with it require a new approach: A new map to guide us towards a more efficient way of life.
Our innovative sensor technology takes mapping to the next level. We at IMMOTION have understood that the art of accurate counting is the essence of mapping. By counting people, objects or even the smallest particles or frequencies in a determined space over time, our technology provides a clear insight into the movement in any given space or environment. Through pattern recognition and the digitization of movement, we map motion. People counting technology has been succesfully implemented in retail environments, creating intelligent spaces to maximize profits and efficiency. We envision a society which could benefit if this technology were to be applied throughout our ecology. As the Internet of Things is rapidly becoming a reality, IMMOTION is developing the basis for a self-monitoring system for real-time feedback: SMART ECOLOGY…