Helping a smarter world make better decisions
Dinosco invests in and develops key technologies that enable the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Our technologies link the digital and physical worlds. Our technologies are found across industry, transportation, healthcare and the environment.
Supply the facts for machine learning
Create the data for Big Data
Provide critical information relied on by healthcare professionals
Enable the autonomy in autonomous vehicles
Collect the key decision making knowledge for A.I.
Dinosco was founded in 2018 to combine a number of technologies underpinning the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR or Industry 4.0). We now have a presence in Europe and China with an impressive team of experts combining international experience in strategy, management, technology, project execution and corporate finance.
Our technologies are found everywhere that data is gathered and processed, with key markets in Industrial production, transportation, healthcare and the environment.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution
The Fourth Industrial Revolution represents a fundamental change in the way we live, work, and relate to one another. It is a new chapter in human development, enabled by technology advances that are commensurate with those of the first, second and third industrial revolutions, and which are merging the physical, digital, and biological worlds in new ways that are transforming our world.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is different from prior industrial revolutions, in the way that it builds from a fusion of technologies, and from a growing harmonization and integration of research disciplines.
Nearly every new development in any field now leverages digital capability.
Precision genome editing, for example, could not have happened without relentless improvement in computing power and data analytics. Similarly, advanced robots would not exist without new approaches made to artificial intelligence dependent on digital systems and processing power.
The digital and physical worlds also collide in fields such as autonomous vehicles and 3D printing. Advances in sensors are enabling robots and autonomous systems to understand and respond better to their environments, and to engage in a broader variety of tasks beyond the factory floors where they have been most prevalent historically.
These systems can now access information remotely via the cloud, and connect with one another to exchange information and learn collectively. As the next generation of robots emerges as an element of the Internet of Things, there will be an increasing emphasis on human-machine collaboration.
Source: World Economic Forum
Our Management Team
Dirk van Daele
Dirk is an experienced financial services professional with in depth capital markets knowledge, both debt and equity, including on the ground experience in Asia and China. He has spent the last ten years in the technology sector as an advisor and board member of privately held and listed technology companies in Europe and North America. He has a wide network of senior bankers across the globe. He is experienced in negotiating senior debt and international corporate finance. Dirk’s combined expertise in financial structuring and corporate governance make him the ideal chair for Dinosco.
Tim is an experienced technology focused CEO with a strong track record of international achievement. Tim is an excellent leader with a talent for integrating and growing tech businesses in sensors, aerospace, microelectronics, nanotechnology and graphene. Tim has close links with leading academic institutions around the globe and a proven ability to turn technological advances into high growth businesses. He is an internationally recognized expert on the commercialization of technologies. The combination of a technical and business background coupled with vision and communication skills make him the ideal CEO to take Dinosco forward.