If you are a company developing an innovative solution that can (help) mimic the real meat experience, then this call is just for you. Join the DSM Meat Replacement Innovation Challenge, in collaboration with YES!Delft, and prove why you should be the company’s newest partner in this endeavour.
The municipalities of Wassenaar and Ridderkerk are committed to tackle the quality of the air in their regions. Not just to battle the effects of pollution, but to understand the root cause of it and work together with their residents for improving the air quality in the region.
Pro Rail is planning to equip all trains and tracks with the European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS), the new standard for train safety by 2022. This system is an important step towards the digitisation of rails and offers potential benefits in terms of reliability, speed, increasing capacity and facilitating cross-border train traffic. That is why they are looking for new solutions to roll out the system faster, which will result in less inconvenience, and lower costs.
Ahold Delhaize’s AI for Retail (AIR) Lab is currently looking for innovative companies that are able to build an autonomous store cleaning solution. The urgency is there, what’s missing is the right innovation.
Shell, Rockstart, YES!Delft and Get in the Ring are looking for innovative hardware, production processes, and underlying digital solutions in hydrogen, future fuels and sustainable chemicals.
Rijkswaterstaat is looking for innovations to optimize their current coastal maintenance process. This will be necessary as it is expected that the routine will become more extensive and complex in the future due to the rising sea-level.
Together with RET and HTM, MRDH is searching for innovations that contribute to finding a solution for the current growth restriction, and that solves the bottlenecks in the public transport network during peak hours.
Sportbedrijf Rotterdam is challenging startups to use innovative solutions and make the sports fields more interactive! Innovate the sports fields in Rotterdam and win a pilot with Sportbedrijf Rotterdam.
The municipalities of The Hague and Leidschendam-Voorburg challenge start-ups to find innovative solutions to map parking pressure for problem areas within the municipalities. Parking pressure here consists of two components: parking capacity and insight into current occupancy.
Together with Aramco Europe, YES!Delft organized Aramco Tech Quest. For this one-day challenge, the teams are set a challenge to bring innovative ideas to the field of subsurface surveying, by combining data automation, drones and robotics, data and analytics along with earth science, geosciences, and imaging physics to develop new ideas.