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Using data for a positive impact

Natural disasters occur frequently, so it is important that aid workers have fast and accurate data to make effective decisions ...

News item | 17-12-2019 | 13:25

A Dune Disguised as a Parking Lot

When the town of Katwijk wanted to solve its parking problem, but also beef up their coastal protection, they came up with a ...

News item | 08-10-2019 | 16:47

The World’s Largest Bike Shed

With the largest amount of bicycles per capita in the world, you would expect the Netherlands to build accommodations for parking ...

News item | 18-09-2019 | 14:22

Flying-V: different shape, same capacity, more sustainable

Dutch university TU-Delft and Netherlands airline giant KLM partnered up to make the aviation sector more sustainable. Their ...

News item | 19-07-2019 | 11:25

KLM Invests in First European Bio-Kerosine Plant

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is to invest millions of euros in the first European industrial plant to produce sustainable aviation ...

News item | 05-06-2019 | 10:40

Connecting the Netherlands with the World by Rail

The Netherlands remains the primary gateway into and out of Europe and the rest of the world – road, rail, air and sea. Rail has ...

News item | 08-05-2019 | 16:17

The Netherlands Remains World’s Most Logistically Connected Country

For the fourth time in a row the Netherlands has been voted as the number 1 logistically connected country in the world by DHL’s ...

News item | 27-02-2019 | 11:08

Dutch Town Debuts World’s First Plastic Bicycle Path

Dutch town Zwolle has the world's first bicycle path made from recycled plastic. The 30-meter bike road contains an equivalent of ...

News item | 25-09-2018 | 13:56

Rotterdam Installs More Heat Sensitive Traffic Lights

The city of Rotterdam is installing more heat sensor operated traffic lights for cyclists, after a test run proved to be very ...

News item | 22-03-2017 | 15:14

Dutch Technology Firm Plans Self-drive System In Dubai

Dutch technology company 2getthere will supply Dubai with new driverless vehicles.

News item | 21-03-2017 | 16:20