20 February 2024
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Three large consortia of more than 60 Dutch companies in the mobility sector, together with the government, are investing over 120 million euros to realise innovative technological breakthroughs in electrification, hydrogen applications and future-oriented digital infrastructure in mobility. The three consortia form the basis of the multi-year programmatic implementation of the HTSM Automotive roadmap.
RAI Automotive Industry NL and Brainport Development jointly provide the multi-year programme management for the implementation of the innovation programmes Electrification, Hydrogen and Digital Infrastructure for Future Mobility. Within each programme, work is carried out cross-sectorally in a national innovative ecosystem. In the consortia, dozens of public and private parties work together intensively in the automotive, maritime and aviation sectors. Within the consortia, large companies, SMEs and start-ups work together with knowledge partners. The aim of the programme office is to further stimulate this innovation and cooperation in the coming years in order to strengthen the Automotive and Mobility ecosystem in the Netherlands.
The cooperation fits in the long-term Automotive Roadmap of the Top Sector HTSM. In addition to concrete results, the programmes pursue a joint long-term objective. Cooperation between industrial partners, but also between business, government and knowledge institutions is crucial for the Netherlands to be able to take up a competitive position on a global scale. Electrification, hydrogen and digital infrastructure are essential technology areas for this. With these projects, the necessary transition to a more sustainable sector is given a substantial financial boost. This concept of open innovation is the typical strength of the Dutch way of working together.
This project aims to develop a strong battery ecosystem in the Netherlands and thus accelerate the transition to climate-neutral mobility.To the project
The main objective of the Green Transport Delta - Hydrogen project is to develop three hydrogen technologies: hydrogen combustion engines, hydrogen fuel cells and a next-generation hydrogen refuelling infrastructure technology.To the project
Within the project, the partners are developing a system architecture for digital infrastructure, including the critical core technologies associated with localization, traffic services, digital maps, and charging infrastructure.To the project
The Battery Competence Centre is the programme where companies, knowledge institutions and organisations join forces to build up knowledge and competences in the field of battery technology.To the programme
Optimise traffic flow and accessibility of the Brainport region by combining smart travel solutions.To the programme
The mobility programme SmartwayZ.NL deals with the issues of urbanisation and accessibility in various infrastructural challenges in North Brabant and Limburg.to the programme