Collaborations

At Royal Schiphol Group, collaboration is key. Together, we explore our current reality, the near future, and distant futures we cannot even fully envision yet. We believe we can only accelerate innovation together.

  • Schiphol supports soundproofing start-up DeNoize

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    DeNoize is researching and developing soundproofing technology for windows in houses. We see great potential in these innovations and supports their efforts.

  • BrainCreators wins Pointcloud Innovation Challenge

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    Schiphol and its main contractors invited six companies to develop smart solutions for existing and new use cases relating to Schiphol's asset portfolio.

  • Hyperloop to the future

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    Schiphol will further expand its involvement in the hyperloop by continuing to cooperate with the Dutch company Hardt Hyperloop.

  • Looking to the future of Dutch infrastructure

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    NGinfra stands for ‘Next Generation Infrastructures’. Influential Dutch infrastructure managers can share, develop and apply their knowledge and experience.

  • Exploring the future of Urban Air Mobility

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    Dutch Drone Delta founded at the beginning of 2020, with a primary focus on Urban Air Mobility. And will develop smart, sustainable solutions.

  • Alliance with TU Delft

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    faster innovations for passengers and airport

  • TU Delft Master Identity Day at Schiphol

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    faster innovations for passengers and airport

Read the previous blogs:

  • Smart security for odd-size baggage

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    In order to ensure that the security process is 100%-compliant and more efficient, we’ve implemented an IOT (Internet of Things) solution.

  • Pioneering autonomous passenger bridges

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    The first step towards an interconnected fleet of self-driving (autonomous), emission-free vehicles on airside

  • Notifly: the air traffic forecast for your area

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    A study with local residents found that there is significant demand for air traffic forecasts. That's why Schiphol is currently developing the Notifly app.