Earlier in March, RB group.aero CEO Richard Versluis was invited to speak with members of the Platform EOC about our involvement with the Dutch Innovation factory and ICT education.
RosterBuster HQ will be moving to a larger office space per April 1st next year! But we won’t go far. We will stay in the Dutch Innovation Factory in Zoetermeer. This means that we remain part of the innovative ecosystem that we have come to value so much.
Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence based on the idea that systems can learn from data, identify patterns and make decisions with minimal human intervention. RosterBuster is now building on this technology to process airline rosters faster and more accurately.
Finding and hiring IT talent is really hard in today’s economy. At RosterBuster we no issues with this; we have been able to recruit and retain some of the best talents of The Hague University. How we’ve done this is no rocket science; and we don’t mind sharing.
The Dutch chamber of commerce has announced their top-100 ‘most innovative companies’ of The Netherlands, and RosterBuster is on the list! The grand final of the ‘MKB Innovatie Top-100’ on September 29th will decide the exact order. We are honored to have been selected into this elite group of companies!
One of the most important things we need to do as app developers, is to stay in touch with our users in aviation. We do this with user sessions that we sometimes organize on location (for example in London) or at RosterBuster HQ. This week, we had a very fruitful session with Transavia Cabin Crew.