Keynote: How Technology Radically Transforms and Innovates Mobility

Technological changes are a crucial part of the transition to sustainable mobility. Carlo van de Weijer shares his vision on how technology is radically transforming mobility. He discussed the rise of autonomous driving, sustainable flying, and the unique opportunities these innovations offer for Northern Netherlands.

Alleviating Grid Congestion: The Contribution of Electric Buses

Grid congestion is hindering the transition to zero-emission public transport in the Netherlands. Michel van de Mark and Herman Pieter Ubbens explain how governments, Qbuzz, and Enexis are working together on innovative solutions in the Northern Netherlands.

Student Meeting Mobisitie: Collaboration and Inspiration

On Tuesday, April 23, Hanze organized a meeting for all students involved in assignments within the Mobisitie project this semester. During the meeting, five student groups presented the assignments they are working on and their preliminary results.

Busstop(t): Students Address the Issue of Transport Poverty in Small Municipalities

Transport poverty is a significant and unfortunately still growing problem in the municipality of Ooststellingwerf. A group of second-year students from the Communication and Multimedia Design program has been actively working over the past few months on developing a solution: an interactive map of Ooststellingwerf that shows the impact of user actions on their choices.

Student Team SMiLES Presents Findings of Interfaculty Group Assignment to Province of Groningen

In the context of SMiLES, a diverse group of University of Groningen (RUG) students has delved into the question of how shared mobility can meet the transport needs of residents in the rural areas of the province of Groningen over the past few months. This project, which explores sustainable transport solutions in the region, successfully completed the interfaculty group assignment "Shared Mobility in Rural Groningen."

The municipality of Ooststellingwerf is mapping the car usage of its residents as part of the Mobisitie project.

The Mobisitie project will be carried out from 2023 to 2025 under the leadership of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen. As part of this, the municipality has conducted a panel survey to determine how important the car is to its residents and what cleaner, more attractive alternatives could be.

Delivering more sustainably to the catering industry together

Can food suppliers join forces and deliver orders to the catering industry in a more efficient and sustainable way? And how should they deal with the zero-emission zones? Ilke Bakir and Marjolein Aerts from the University of Groningen are conducting research into this.

Car sharing: what convinces you?

For what reasons would people want to share a car with their neighbors instead of driving their own car? PhD candidate Michelle Lohmeyer from the University of Groningen investigates what people think about car sharing and what their experiences are. And is it actually more sustainable?

New Hive Magazine published

Hive.Mobility has published a new edition of the Hive Magazine. This time the theme is 'Talent for the future'. New innovations in the field of smart and sustainable mobility require people with up-to-date knowledge and the right competencies.