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.
A safe, clean and attractive city centre 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 …
Startups can register themselves again this year for Startup in Residence Northern Netherlands. This is a program through which the government gives startups the space to come up with innovative ideas and solutions for social challenges. It’s the first time that public organizations from three provinces work together in Startup in Residence (SIR). More than …
On July 15, 2020, the first demonstration day Autonomous Flying took place, which was jointly organized by hive.mobility, the province of Groningen and DroneHub GAE. DroneHub GAE has started the long-term Autonomous Flying programme on behalf of and in collaboration with the province of Groningen. The first step is to organize test flights and live demonstrations.
The company Holthausen Clean Technology from Hoogezand opens, together with the American company HYZON Motors Inc., a factory for hydrogen trucks. HYZON announces the launch of HYZON Motors Europe B.V its new European headquarters and manufacturing centre based in Groningen.
About 50 train travellers made their first ride in an automatically controlled train. The train ran between Groningen and Zuidhorn. A first on the Dutch railway, happening in Groningen. The test drives provide important information about how travellers experience driving an automatically operated train (ATO).
Groningen, Drenthe and Friesland will become European front runners, because they are the first region to receive a subsidy with a total project size of approximately 90 million euros. This subsidy is intended for the development of a fully functioning green hydrogen chain in the Northern Netherlands.
Together with the Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Noorderpoort and 18 regional partners, the University of Groningen is receiving a large subsidy from the NWO (Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research) and TKI Dinalog (Dutch Institute for Advanced Logistics) for starting a living lab for transport and mobility. This living lab, to be known by its acronym SMiLES (Shared connectivity in Mobility and Logistics Enable Sustainability), will focus on open mobility and logistics networks building on concepts of the sharing economy.
The centre in Groningen where governments, knowledge institutions and the business community work together on the development of smart and green transport, is called hive.mobility. The centre was officially opened on 5 July 2019. In the centre, there is collaboration on a safe and easily accessible environment.