Our most spacious facility, with extensive options for a flexible set-up.
Living Tomorrow, keeping track of the future
Building a new innovation campus
Living Tomorrow is the most beloved innovation platform where you connect with millions of customers, partners, markets and government contacts of today and tomorrow. With them, we build a dialogue to promote, design and test your services and your products for tomorrow.
Leading the future starts here and now, in the center of Europe, at the new Living Tomorrow innovation campus.Joachim De Vos
We’re building one of the biggest, well equipped innovation campuses of Europe
Interested in following the construction of the Living Tomorrow campus step by step? Watch our livestream in order not to miss a single second of the future!
Experience the future
At our Living Tomorrow HQ, you can experience what the future holds in store for us.
An interactive tour through our buildings, where innovative solutions are brought into practice. Hear, see, taste and feel the future. And, as you can expect from an innovative organisation such as ours, our guided tours are fully adapted to today's guidelines. There's no need to wait to dive into the future!
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Living Tomorrow is situated amid lush green scenery and still close to the Brussels ring road. Many of our meeting rooms have their own porch. Apple TV, Barco Clickshare, digital flipcharts… are at your disposal. For larger scale events we provide the auditorium and the event hall. The vast grounds of Living Tomorrow also offer a wealth of opportunities for outdoor events. And there is plenty of parking space available.
Innovation in a broader perspective, tailored to the level of participants.
Top-notch innovation, presented in an educative and interactive manner.
Experience an integral innovative workshop at a location of your choice.
Experience the world in which your company or organisation will be operating in the future.
- Smart Home & Out-of-home
- Smart Mobility & Logistics
- Smart Health & Care
- Smart Buildings & Infrastructure
- Smart City & Industry
Smart Home automation is the future
The houses of tomorrow will not look the same as the ones we live in today. Both in materials as in design. But they will also work differently. New innovations, new services and new technologies will shape how we live.
The future is on the move
Our roads are ever-evolving. New technologies such as self-driving or electric cars offer exciting opportunities for public transport and logistics. Mobility is no longer a means, it’s a service. As we see personal technologies advancing, the way we define mobile will also change.
Healthcare as a science
As we learn more about our bodies, we will know how to take better care of ourselves. How will we produce healthier food, find new ways of exercise and create less harmful tech, like zero-emission solutions? Or what's the role AI will play in healthcare?
Hyperconnected places on the outlook
Innovative materials offer new opportunities for structures. And technology does the same for buildings, indoors and outdoors. The internet of things connects everything and offers exciting possibilities in home automation, communication and lighting. What does the office, house, shop, restaurant or hotel of the future look like?
How smart can a city get?
What is the city of the future? Will smart cities mold how we live, work and play together? And how will we communicate with our government or educate ourselves?
Insights & stories
We read or hear it every day: the old political recipes no longer work for today's divided society. So how do we deliver a message of connection? How do we develop a long-term vision that reaches beyond the next elections? In the second part of ‘Smart Society’, we try to identify some relevant trends and technologies, so that 'connection' does not become a hollow concept.
AZ Diest first Belgian hospital to use Qwiek.up in pediatrics department - an audiovisual experience during care moments
The Dutch company Qwiek develops care support products that make care moments an experience for patients. In Belgium, the Qwiek.up is already being used in residential care centers as a welfare activity. But now it will also be used for the first time in a Belgian pediatrics department to provide appropriate distraction during examinations.
Who will oppose an ever increasing life expectancy? A rhetorical question, but nevertheless there is a flip side to unrelenting medical progress. The outlines of which are already clear, especially in the ethical realm. Given the technology for monitoring your body, exercise and food intake, to what extent is health an individual responsibility, thus redefining medical solidarity?
Smart mobility requires – amongst many other factors – a dense network of ‘mobility hubs’, where people can easily switch between transportation modes. But to make these hubs attractive enough to generate a real impact on the current mobility, environmental and spatial challenges, they will have to be much more than that.
We are part of a network that breathes innovation
Living Tomorrow and Tomorrowlab can guide you on the continuous journey towards innovation, every step of the way.
Tomorrowlab takes the inspiration gained at Living Tomorrow one step further. They help businesses, cities and governments to build a vision on innovation. Tomorrowlab develops solid strategies and practical roadmaps for the innovation of products, services and business models.