In traffic, horses were the a 'level-4 autonomous system' avant-la-lettre, Carlo van de Weijer writes. They may now teach their successors how to drive into the future.
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The automobile is becoming a smartphone on wheels. Bernd Maier-Leppla is convinced that former IT companies have recognized this and are increasingly venturing into the field of electric vehicles.
It will probably become more and more efficient to keep recharging your own car battery, than to swap it for another one, Maarten Steinbuch writes. Smaller cars may be the exception though.
Carlo van de Weijer is looking forward to the dozens of new mandatory driver assistance systems that will make future traffic significantly safer.
It is about time that more attention is paid to handicraft in our digital society, Willemijn Brouwer believes: 'After all, you experience things with your hands.'
Studies that have a zany twist, Eveline van Zeeland believes, strengthens the power of scientific research.
Maarten Steinbuch reflects upon the important developments in mobility over the past year.
What will Germany get in 2022? Ideological constraints and a dysfunctional bureaucracy will not bring about a quick turnaround for the better, says Bernd Maier-Leppla
Cycling is safer, more inclusive, more space-efficient, cleaner, healthier,quieter, more flexible, interference-free, friendlier, and future-proof, says Carlo van de Weijer. "And reduces car traffic."
Green construction can make money, as the landscape architects at DELVA are proving, and according to Eugène Franken, deservedly named Architect of the Year 2021.
The greenhouse of the future is about to look different. No longer set up with a focus on people but on robots. But what does that mean for how growers look at their crops? Colinda de Beer explains.
Protecting vulnerable road users such as pedestrians and cyclists is one of the most difficult problems to solve, Maarten Steinbuch writes. Can Technology help?
An inclusive energy transition is not a sprint or a practice run. It is not even a marathon, but an ultra-run, says Rik Thijs in his column.
Due to a preference for massive SUVs, the traffic transition, despite the transformation to electric mobility, is failing, says Bernd Maier-Leppla.
The energy transition in mobility is a mega-project, but it is possible. And it will soon be economically viable, Carlo van de Weijer says.
What is written about brainstorming is often incorrect, writes Willemijn Brouwer. The creativity expert at TU Delft explains how it should be done.
There isn't a management book that doesn't have a trendy canvas model or other type of model in it. Drop that and trust the creativity of our brain, Eveline van Zeeland writes.
The reports about the Apple, Rivian, and Sono Motors car fit the picture that the automotive sector is going through a major transition, Maarten Steinbuch writes.