Extremely fast travel through a pipe network may be the future of transport. In the Netherlands, the company Hardt Hyperloop is working on the first European hyperloop test center in Groningen. Hardt is looking for enthusiastic stakeholders in the north who find it interesting to work on a joint ambition.
Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen will investigate how future drivers can be trained more safely with the help of Virtual Reality. Young, novice drivers are disproportionately often involved in road accidents. Virtual Reality (VR) has recently been introduced to experience relevant, complex traffic situations more quickly. How can these existing products, which are still in their infancy, be further improved?
Last year, startups could register for Startup in Residence Noord-Nederland. This is a program with which the government gives startups the opportunity to come up with innovative ideas and solutions for societal challenges. Campus Groningen submitted a challenge together with Hive.Mobility under the heading Campus Mobility. What is the status of this challenge? We talked to Irene Amsing, community coordinator of Campus Groningen.
On 20 January, the Association of Universities (VSNU) and the Dutch Federation of University Medical Centers (NFU), together with the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy and the VU Amsterdam, organized the online event Impact 2021.
Every month we ask one of our partners 5 questions. Read bellow what they do, how important mobility and innovation is to them and how they see the future of mobility. This month Dick van der Plas (director technical education Groningen and Delfzijl) and Roeland Hogt (innovation manager automotive education) Noorderpoort
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.
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.
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.
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.