Truck platooning improves traffic flow and safety on the highways. Dutch TNO is working within a European context to make the technology compatible with all truck manufacturers and countries.
More efficiency and flexibility in the manufacturing industry thanks to 5G combined with sensor technology
Evert van den Akker (TNO) and Jan Post (RUG and Philips) are working together on a series of pilot projects that will test the possibilities of 5G in practice.
Just like road traffic, shipping needs to become more sustainable. Research organization TNO is helping to find solutions
In-Vitro Diagnostics gains ground; Holland Innovative helps med tech companies comply with new legislation
IVD testing, unlike regular screening tests, no longer needs to be performed in a medical setting, such as a hospital.
Paul de Krom, CEO and chair of the board at TNO, believes that in addition to a European joining of forces, cooperation between neighboring countries is also very important.
The spin off from TNO, LionVolt BV, has promised a 3D solid-state thin film battery that is lighter, safer and more efficient than current lithium batteries.
Greening the process industry: How will the Dutch ‘Green Chemistry, New Economy’ action agenda help?
Three people from the field talk about the electrification of the production process and the transition to renewable & recyclable raw materials that put different demands on the way we work together.
Seventeen parties from the chemical sector in The Netherlands have drawn up an agenda for this under the name 'Green Chemistry, New Economy' with 22 action points.
At the ''Green Chemistry, New Economy'' online summit on February 24, policymakers, financiers and industry reps will discuss the economic opportunities that this sustainable transition presents.
Social integration is a prerequisite for the success of international workers and their families. At the event Including You various organizations shared their experiences in the Brainport region.
If the partner of a highly skilled foreign employee is unhappy, the foreign adventure is often short-lived. So Brainport is organizing the "Including you" theme day.
Sennay Ghebreab, a neuroinformatician at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands and founder of the Civic AI Lab, firmly believes in the positive power of algorithms.
The Dutch Start-up Association wants to help starting companies on their way to diversity.
How will Dutch business become future-proof? According to Prince Constantijn, the special envoy for Techleap, a better position for women also counts here.
Prince Constantijn: “If the Netherlands wants to remain relevant, we have to want to be frontrunners”
How will the Dutch economy become future-proof? We asked Prince Constantijn, special envoy of Techleap, about his thoughts on the start-up climate during and after the corona pandemic.
TestGorilla is an online tool that allows remote, efficient and bias-free assessment of applicants by means of a pre-selection screening process.
Sahar Yadegari, managing director of the VHTO Expertise Center, wants to make girls aware of their own capabilities and the career prospects of a technical study at an early age.
The cultural-ethnic diversity in the business world is still dire, as was recently shown by a tour of Dutch companies.
Alice Odé (project leader Diversity at Work at the SER) is the driving force behind the Diversity Charter, which has so far been signed by 230 organizations.
Helen Kardan, the new columnist at Innovation Origins, is a veritable globetrotter. After her childhood in Iran, she hopped via Japan and the USA across to Eindhoven, "the Next Silicon Valley"