Most Innovative Top 100 Dutch SMEs Announced by Chamber of Commerce
The Dutch Chamber of Commerce announced on September 29 the top 100 of the most innovative Dutch SMEs. Five HSD partners were nominated. Robin Radar Systems is ranked number 2 in the list. Robin Radar Systems specialises in radar systems which are able to detect small objects and named the robot: the Drone Detection Radar. This radar is able to differentiate drones from birds and has been developed in cooperation with the Ministry of Security and Justice.
Digital Intelligence Group (Digint) was placed at number 45. Digital Intelligence Group BV develops products and courses in the area of digital intelligence and specialilses in cybersecurity and digital forensic research.
Radically Open Security (ROS) is a non-profit organisation in computer consultancy and can be found right in the middle of the list: number 50. ROS developed an open source product title NetAidKit. NetAidKit aims to protect users who are vulnerable for cybercrime. Safe internetconnections are highly important in this matter. Not every environment offers safe internetconnections The small, usb charged router is an open source device is the solution for this problem.
HSD partner Compumatica Secure Networks is ranked number 53 in the list. Compumatica develops, produces and implements solutions with a high security grade without backdoors. During the development process of the solutions, security is the main focus besides simple implementation and integration, easy management and usability for the end user.
The Chamber of Commerce, organiser of the ranking, also cooperates with HSD in advising SMEs and entrepreneurs from the security sector. Together they have set up HSD SME Connect, which provides the following services to strengthen the innovation force of SMEs:
• Acces to Market: Networking and matchmaking ánd information about doing business (internationally)
• Acces to Innovation: Guidance and advice on innovation
• Acces to Capital: Information about financing and insurance
• Acces to Knowledge: Technological and process-oriented knowledge ánd information about programmes, rules and regulations.