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Enter the Green Innovation Hub contest!

Almere and the province of Flevoland are hosting the largest area developments in the Netherlands such as Hortus, Pampus, Zuidoever. In order to really build for the future and serve as an example for the rest of the Netherlands, they are organizing the Green Innovation Hub contest '24. In this competition, organizations are challenged to come up with digital

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DMI Centre for smart, sustainable cities festively opened

The DMI Centre, located at Barchman Wuytierslaan 10 in Amersfoort, opened its doors on Wednesday, Feb. 7. The Centre offers the DMI network a physical place, centrally located in the country, where public and private partners can meet. It is a place for knowledge exchange, training and education, consultation,

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Vianova joins Dutch consortium to help build smart cities for the future

European collaborative mobility data platform Vianova has announced that it's joined a new consortium in the Netherlands to test mobility data solutions and help build smart, sustainable cities for the future. The consortium - Digital Orchestration of Public Spaces (DRO) - was launched as part of the Dutch Metropolitan Innovations

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Dutch innovation consortium for better governance of public space use

Dutch cities and regions are striving for cleaner, safer and more inclusive mobility, but are experiencing increasing pressure on available space. The municipalities of Amsterdam and Almere, and Groningen Bereikbaar are therefore joining forces with private parties to form the consortium 'DRO: Digital Governance of Public Space. The consortium is part of

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Public Transport Groningen Drenthe winner of Dutch Privacy Awards

During a conference on privacy, the Dutch Privacy Awards were presented this Wednesday. Publiek Vervoer Groningen Drenthe was named Winner in the Application category. Publiek Vervoer Groningen Drenthe is committed to cooperation between government and transport providers in order to guarantee a socially possible transport supply in the region.

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Research on the 'moral smart city' launched

A consortium led by Fontys University of Applied Sciences has obtained RAAK-PRO funding for research on the "moral smart city," or Moral Smart Cities project. The goal of the research is to develop methods by which cities can engage citizens in ethical debates about smart city developments. This new

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