During the Dutch Technology Week, many of the speakers unveiled surprising, innovative technologies that are being worked on in the Netherlands. An overview of the top 3.
Dutch Technology Week 2021
Dutch Technology Week Talk: Start-ups share their story about starting and growing in Food-, Med- and High Tech
Starting and growing in tech is the focus all week long during the Dutch Technology Week. Start-ups in Med Tech, Food Tech and High Tech share their success stories.
Autonomous driving on a serious scale is within reach. It is one of four trends in electric mobility within heavy road transport.
Fully electric, hybrid or powered by hydrogen. The truck of the future is already here. The challenge currently lies in making sure it becomes compatible with the grid.
The Netherlands has an extremely strong position in the semiconductor industry. But it can do even better. TNO wants to expand its role as a catalyst for innovation and connector of the ecosystem.
The Rabobank is serious about Brainport. This area in the southeast province of Brabant in The Netherlands is perhaps the most important region in Europe when it comes to innovative high-tech.
There is a lot going on in the field of mobility. New developments and innovations ought to shake up the market and accelerate the energy transition.
This year's DTW Talks revolve around four key themes, including starting and growing in tech and the collaboration between education and business.
AI is undeniably having a huge impact on our lives. In the Eindhoven region in the Netherlands, a multitude of new initiatives are being set up to further shape this.
Music and sound play a major role in several emerging innovative health technologies deployed for people suffering from stress or dementia.
Is the history of technology boring? ‘No. It took a while, but even the Dutch see it as part of their culture now’
The Philips Museum is premiering a series of mini lectures on the history of technology during the Dutch Technology Week 2021.