Hive.Mobility publishes new Hive Magazine

Hive.Mobility has published the second digital Hive Magazine. The theme of this magazine is 'Connect the Future'. Rico Bakker, Jan Harmen Akkerman (TanQyou), Wander Jager (University of Groningen) and Edwin Bussem (KPN), among others, offer readers inspiration in the field of innovation, collaboration and the future of mobility.

HIVE LIVE 2022 all about innovation and connecting

The second edition of the HIVE LIVE event was successful on Thursday 17 November. HIVE LIVE is an inspiring, annual networking event around smart and sustainable mobility. This year the event was all about sharing knowledge about inspiring projects and making new connections.

Training future drone experts together with the professional field

In September, Noorderpoort, in collaboration with OmniDrones Academy, started preparing a group of students from MBO (post-secondary vocational education) Technician Engineering to become drone experts.

Five questions for… Owen Callahan, researcher user perceptions of the hyperloop

Owen Callahan, master's student environmental psychology at the University of Groningen, researched the user perceptions of the hyperloop for the European Hyperloop Center. We asked him five questions about his research and findings.

National Traffic Management Congress successful

This year, the Province of Groningen hosted the Nationaal Verkeerskundecongres (National Traffic Management Congress), with the theme 'The future of mobility'. During the pre-congress, we welcomed more than 50 enthusiastic visitors to Hive.Mobility.

Groningen wants to collaborate with Norway on emission-free ferry

Groningen, together with the Norwegian Kristiansand, will explore the possibilities for an emission-free ferry connection. It would be the world's first commercial zero-emission transport route for goods and passengers.

Sustainable city logistics in the future not a given

More and more stakeholders see the need to make logistics more sustainable. However, the stakeholders have different interests, wishes and requirements. The six scenarios produced by the ULaaDS study help to better substantiate choices that determine the sustainability of logistics.

German and Dutch institutions formalize intent to promote hyperloop research and development in first cross-border collaboration

On Friday, 16 September, a landmark moment on the road to hyperloop development took place in Emden, Germany, as the Ministry of Science and Culture of Lower Saxony and the Province of Groningen signed a Letter of Intent, along with public-private organization Hyperloop Development Program (HDP).

Talent for the workplace of the future

If one thing became clear during the New Energy Forum, it is that the energy transition and everything around it is becoming mainstream. So much so that it is difficult for companies in this field to find sufficient staff. It's no news that the installation industry can barely handle the work. What about companies in the mobility transition?