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Autonomous car reaches 70 kilometers per hour on test track

With a small passenger car that can drive up to 72 kilometers per hour without a driver and is stopped remotely, the province and partners are taking a new step in the development of autonomous transport on the road this autumn.

First results of tests automatically controlled train positive

Automatic Train Operation (ATO) allows more trains to run on the existing track. This is because these automatically controlled trains run more punctually. Research into ATO in Groningen shows this.

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Five questions for… Betty de Boer (Regio Groningen-Assen)

Every month we ask one of our partners 5 questions. Read below what they do, how important mobility and innovation is to them and how they see the future of mobility. This month Betty de Boer, director Regio Groningen-Assen.

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Search for the ideal Smart Mobility Campus 2030 in full swing

What does the ideal Zernike Campus look like in the field of mobility in 2030? This is the central question within the research that the Student Advisory Committee (SAC) is conducting on behalf of hive.mobility, Campus Groningen and Groningen Bereikbaar. Under the title 'Smart Mobility Campus 2030', the search for the ideal Zernike Campus started in the beginning of September.

Ten companies join innovation center hive.mobility

Ten companies have signed an agreement, officially joining the hive.mobility network. Hive.mobility is the innovation center for smart and sustainable mobility. A large network of partners in the Northern Netherlands is working together within hive.mobility on the transition to a more sustainable and smarter mobility of goods and people.

Five questions for… Michel van der Mark (Qbuzz)

Every month we ask one of our partners 5 questions. Read below what they do, how important mobility and innovation is to them and how they see the future of mobility. This month Michel van der Mark, director of market development at Qbuzz.

Partners hive.mobility join forces in new COVID-19 study

How do we best organize our mobility during and after the corona crisis? The University of Groningen and the municipality of Groningen, together with a large number of other universities and institutions, are jointly researching the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on our mobility system.

Hive.mobility partners obtain subsidy for urban logistics innovation project

Hive.mobility partners municipality of Groningen, the University of Groningen and OV-bureau Groningen Drenthe, together with Dropper and numerous international partners, have secured a subsidy from the EU for the ULaaDS (Urban Logistics As An on-Demand Service) project.

The Municipality of Groningen organizes information meetings on the vision of city logistics 2025

A safe, clean and attractive city center with enough space for everyone. That is what the municipality of Groningen wants to achieve. But it is getting busier, fuller and there is more and more traffic. This means that the municipality must handle the available space in a smart way. That is why the municipality is …