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Gemeente Rotterdam (EN)

Shared scooter company Felyx will soon also offer its shared service in Rotterdam. Thanks to an investment of 2 million euros, 324 e-scooters will be put into circulation there, in addition to the 108 that are already driving around in Amsterdam.

KPN (EN)

As of today, a KPN water taxi is sailing on the Rotterdam Maas. Currently with a captain, but with the ambition to allow the boat to sail autonomously in the long term, on the KPN network.

Irado (EN)

ByeWaste recently started a pilot in Vlaardingen where they introduced a collection system that makes it easier for residents to recycle electronic waste. They can indicate what they want to deposit via an app, an algorithm then calculates the most efficient route and times for collecting the waste by the processor (Irado).

Gemeente Den Haag (EN)

Electric neighborhood cargo bikes are appearing on the streets in nine neighborhoods in The Hague as a handy alternative to the car.

Fontys (EN)

Last Friday the pilot started with Amber’s electric shared cars. The BMW i3s are offered on the Rachelsmolen campus (Eindhoven) and the Stappegoor campus (Tilburg) for employees who need a car to go to work appointments.

RET (EN)

Envinity built an air purification unit that can filter harmful particulate matter from the air. They do this by shooting a measured amount of ions into the air. This startup will soon start working with the RET in Rotterdam and Ringelberg, a coach company. They are also going to sign an agreement with RWS’ InnovA58 project.

Gemeente ‘s-Hertogenbosch (EN)

The municipality of ‘s-Hertogenbosch tested the smart road surface sensors of Mobility Sensing for a year.

Gemeente Zoetermeer (EN)

The Hague University of Applied Sciences, MRDH and the municipality of Zoetermeer are conducting a pilot with Figo to give students of the university of applied sciences access via the platform to more mobility services in the neighbourhood, such as shared bicycles and shared scooters, in addition to public transport.

Provincie Noord-Brabant (EN)

Studio RAP is developing an algorithm based on which a public transport location can be converted into a hub (a central location from which different modes of transport can be used).