Technology indispensable for keeping memories according to Nedap

Research commissioned by Nedap shows that technology is indispensable for the preservation of our memories. That's why Nedap at Lowlands 2014 helps festival visitors with smart technology to register experiences, under the guise of "whatever you lose, do not lose your memories". Nedap knows like no other how important technological progress is; devices, gadgets and systems, it all rolls off the band

Research commissioned by Nedap shows that technology is indispensable for the preservation of our memories. That's why Nedap at Lowlands 2014 helps festival visitors with smart technology to register experiences, under the guise of "whatever you lose, do not lose your memories".
Nedap knows like no other how important technological progress is; devices, gadgets and systems, it all rolls off the band. With smart technology to register our experiences at Lowlands, thanks to Nedap we can celebrate for three days without having to record everything physically. And according to research, we are in a good position.
Shoot and share
We are going with our time, and that we use electronic support, is shown by the fact that we often use our devices to remember people and events. As many as 71.5% make photos and videos for that reason, and even more people (74.5%) do it to share things with others. Yes, there are still Dutch people who stick photos in a real photo album (27.6%), but most of them store everything on a computer (91.3%) or a telephone (71.1%).
In order to share memories with others via our social network, we are eagerly launching, and we also like to use those same social accounts as a repository and reference book. Music is archived on the basis of playlists on Spotify (19%) or we download the entire trade (47%) and expand our musical library. Meltdown? No panic for 66% of the respondents, who are baked with neat back-ups, although not everyone has time to organize all those memories properly. In short ... we are only busy with it digitally.
Festivals & memories
And that is exactly what we do not feel like during a festival. Save, remember, social check in, can another do it? Yes, says no less than 40% of the Dutch. Let Nedap have invented relevant technology for that, especially for Lowlands. Festival lover Netherlands finds the atmosphere (62%) the most important thing, the music (50%) and the people (49%); Nedap records it, stores it and makes a personal festival report.
How? With a (free) RFID wristband, visitors can check in at the checkpoints across the entire site. This keeps track of where you are, with whom and to what performances you are going. Just a few hours of rest? Tick ​​Nedaps all-that-you-always-wanted-do-on-a-festival bucketlist! By checking in at the artists, Spotify playlists are automatically created, so that you can do the festival at home again. Special photo teams capture you and your measurements, after which everything - and everything else - is poured into your personal festival report. This report will be sent to your own email address. What you have to do? Register via nedapatlowlands.nl for a free RFID wristband, activate your band at Lowlands and Nedap will do the rest.