The Dutch Delft University of Technology can help with smart computational methods to calculate the energy yield of a lot of buildings in urban environments.
An education-oriented start-up aims to help universities set up programs and incubators for entrepreneurial students.
Koen Hindriks is a Full Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam and head of the social artificial intelligence group. Within this […]
The Province of North Holland commissioned a study into the construction of a pipeline network that will enable the ultra-fast Hyperloop to glide from Amsterdam […]
The Coronavirus – still something that was far from our daily lives a month and a half ago, is now furiously sweeping through The Netherlands. […]
”Your sneak preview of the future” is the slogan of Innovation Origins, and that’s just what we will highlight with our Start-up of the Week […]
MX3D uses a modified welding robot to print large metal objects, such as a pedestrian bridge which is to span one of the canals in […]
The Netherlands is known as the number one cyclist nation in Europe, and Amsterdam is also famous for its bicycles. Of course, not all residents […]
“What kind of city do we want to be?” urban developer Eva de Klerk opens her keynote speech on Thursday evening during the Munich evening […]
Startupbootcamp Amsterdam is scouting startups around the globe for their next Smart City & Living program. On Januari 6 they will host a session in Eindhoven to […]