URBAN RESILIENCE

Urban resilience is the capacity of individuals, communities, institutions, businesses, and systems within a city to survive, adapt, and grow no matter what kinds of chronic stresses and acute shocks they experience. Check how the cities in the Netherlands become more resilient to the physical, social, and economic challenges that are a growing part of the 21st century.

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Image: Bio-Asphalt – Replacing Fossil Adhesives in Asphalt

Bio-Asphalt – Replacing Fossil Adhesives in Asphalt

Asphalt is held together by bitumen from crude oil. This fossil adhesive is replaceable by green materials, in order to reduce CO2 production. Joined by... read more »

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Smart City Tour in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a global leader in sustainable urban living.  Our walking, biking, and boating tours are the perfect way to explore Amsterdam’s approach... read more »

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Games for Cities International Conference

The Games for Cities Conference, held on 20-21 April 2017 in Rotterdam, is an International Conference that brings leading game-design experts from around... read more »

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Smart Cities Program from TU/e

The focus of the TU/e Smart Cities Program (SCP/e) is in line with the definition of Smart Cities used by the European Union: “how to best design and... read more »

Image: Cloudia: insight into your energy data at your fingertips

Cloudia: insight into your energy data at your fingertips

Cloudia is a data service that gives consumers easy, accurate and up-to-date (real-time) insight into their energy consumption. Consumers simply have to... read more »

Image: Rain(a)Way – An Urban Rainwater Solution

Rain(a)Way – An Urban Rainwater Solution

Rain(a)Way is an innovative urban rainwater solution focussing on problems with rainwater, both flooding, and drought, caused by climate change on the one... read more »

Image: Play Oosterworld: A Behaviour Simulation Game

Play Oosterworld: A Behaviour Simulation Game

Play Oosterwold is a behaviour simulation game built to test design and finance rules of a Do-It-Yourself MasterPlan in Almere, the Netherlands. Designed... read more »

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Smart Car Rental Company – ParkFlyRent

ParkFlyRent is a smart car rental company and provides an airport car sharing platform. Here where travelers park for free during their trip. While they’re... read more »

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Smart Lighting on Texel

The Dutch island of Texel,  the largest and most populated island in the Netherlands, aims to become fully energy neutral by 2020. TVILIGHT and DYNNIQ... read more »

Image: Pilot Smart Cycle Lane Havenspoorpad

Pilot Smart Cycle Lane Havenspoorpad

The Havenspoorpad is a smart bicycle road of six kilometers which experiments with dynamic lighting. At night and during the day, 185 light posts, burning... read more »

Image: 3D Print Canal House

3D Print Canal House

The 3D Print Canal House is a unique project where an international team of partners collaborates in ‘research & doing’ linking science, design,... read more »

Image: Energy Atlas – Visual Energy Tool

Energy Atlas – Visual Energy Tool

How can we turn our cities into low carbon cities? Amsterdam developed an instrument to help local governments and their partners to prepare, develop and... read more »

Image: WOODYSHOUSING: Sustainable housing solutions

WOODYSHOUSING: Sustainable housing solutions

WOODYSHOUSING is the perfect solution for high quality single person housing in urban environments. We provide sustainable housing solutions and make quality... read more »

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Choose your Energy Moment

Due to the rise of sustainable energy, the energy market is rapidly changing. Supply and demand are moving further and further apart. Consumers can help... read more »

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Smart Urban Retrofitting

Smart Urban Retrofitting refers to the restructuring of existing housing stock to increase buildings’ resource efficiency and generation capacity. Not... read more »

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