Artificial intelligence will make mobility better, safer, and more comfortable. But these systems need ethical and moral frameworks, Carlo van de Weijer writes.
Avular is starting online sales of its modular building blocks for mobile robots. Companies can order these in the newly launched webshop. And it does not stop there.
Start-up Aziobot is busy with developing a self-driving cleaning robot that winks. The first specimens are driving around the Netherlands, England, Poland and Norway.
A study by CE Delft and TNO shows that if we all kept our tires properly inflated and checked them regularly, we would emit 1% less nitrogen oxide (NOx) in the Netherlands.
The still-young electric aviation sector is looking for more collaboration among all stakeholders and for more investors willing to accept a 20-year horizon.
The growing market for fast charging is not only being picked up by gas stations, Carlo van de Weijer writes. There's a bunch of other places that benefit from the rise in e-driving.
For the first time ever, a boat using autonomous technology has completed a multi-day voyage. The boat docked in Hamburg last week.
A Chinese electric car manufacturer is going to set up battery swap stations in Europe. But does the swappable battery really have a future?
In the European capital with possibly the worst public transport on the roads and railroads, air transport is about to break through. The first 'taxidrone' was presented today in Rome.
Groningen drives e-mobility forward with a collaborative project with Dutch and German entities. Charging self-propelled shuttles and e-bikes plays a central role.
It is great to see that thanks to a very active stimulation policy, the Netherlands has become one of the frontrunners in Europe, Maarten Steinbuch writes in his column.
Manufacturer ELEO is now going to mass produce its battery systems. Together with the Budel-based company Conmeq, the company is seriously scaling up, says Bas Verkaik, co-founder of ELEO.
Fleet operators were supposedly reluctant to switch to electric vehicles. But it turns out that there are no real objections. Consequently, the number of electric leased cars is rapidly increasing.
In the Pioneers in Mobility month, we feature stories from companies that work on the mobility of the future. This time: TomTom.
Increased efficiency and the rapid rise of electric vehicles and cargo bikes make delivery not only more sustainable but also faster and cheaper, Carlo van de Weijer says.
In the Pioneers in Mobility month, we feature stories from companies that work on the mobility of the future. This time: Heliox.
In the Pioneers in Mobility month, we feature stories from companies that work on the mobility of the future. This time: NXP.
Even with energy prices soaring, there's every reason to keep driving electric, Maarten Steinbuch writes.
In the Pioneers in Mobility month, we feature stories from companies that work on the mobility of the future. This time: Smesh.
Following in Tesla's footsteps are countless other companies working on everything around battery production. Guben and Bitterfeld have a premiere with Europe's first lithium factories.