Residences Twist and De Ark are part of the residential neighbourhood Tweewaters at the Vaartkom in Leuven. Both buildings were designed by top architect Stéphane Beel and includes 39 spacious, pioneering, certified service apartments for people aged 65 and over who are not reliant on care. How can the life of these active seniors be made as easy as possible? A digital concierge offers many possibilities, but is this high technological product not too complex for them?
How can supermarkets attract new customers and connect them to their shop in these times of fierce competition? That’s s a question that was on the mind of AD Delhaize Wezemaal for quite a while. When they discovered the existence of the Bringme Box, they were all ears.
What happens when you install a smart Bringme Box instead of a reception desk? For starters, you'll avoid many repetitive tasks, staff will work more efficiently, and to top it all off, parcels are delivered safely, as Impextraco discovered.
Is there an automatic system to help our students borrow and return equipment? That's what Limel was wondering before it discovered Bringme. By integrating a Bringme Box into its lending service, Limel took its service to students to another level.
Dutch project developer VORM is always looking for new products to increase residents' comfort. In residence De Kroon, an urban project in Amsterdam, they installed a Bringme Box—a smart solution that lets residents receive parcels, even when they're not home.