Data Science

In a world where people and devices are increasingly connected, both complex and big data are becoming increasingly important. Our main task is to provide insight and meaning to this data in an interpretable and responsible manner.

The increasing number of sensors, smartphones, smart meters and wearable devices (known as the Internet of Things (IoT)) means more data sources. Our data scientists process large amounts of data (or “big data”) from various sources on a daily basis and convert it into information. They combine program skills, statistical knowledge, industry and organizational knowledge to build connections and derive valuable insights from them.


360° Customer view

The consumption patterns are analysed
The chat conversations are analysed

Smart Networks

Insight into the use of smart meters
Understanding the use of water quality sensors as a tracer for models

Condition Based Maintenance

Analysing residual life

Water quality

Broad screening and development of water quality in the network


Data Scientist Mario Maessen is available via