And so he did! He entered the Top 50 ‘future makers’ in the Netherlands with his company Xeelas and their special transmission device. Dick Klaassen; “the possibilities are endless. We can make it an inconspicuous necklace to track down children taken by human traffickers. It can monitor the temperature of a refrigerator from medicines that people need in refugee camps. The box can transmit locations via satellite determination and it can check other machines. It can work for years with a full battery. "
You can see Dick's full TEDxVenlo talk here.