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Half-day tour: Inspection and Maintenance
Europoort is an area of the Port of Rotterdam and the adjoining industrial area in the Netherlands. Being situated at Southside of the mouth of the rivers Rhine and Meuse with the hinterland consisting of the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and partly France, Europoort is by certain measurements the world’s busiest port and considered a major entry to Europe. This very heavily industrialised area with petrochemical refineries and storage tanks, bulk iron ore and coal handling as well as container and new   motor vehicle terminals plays an important role in research on smart solution for Inspection and maintenance. During this half day business excursion, you will get an overview of typical Dutch solutions within this sector. (min. number of 10 participants).

Tour includes a return bus ride from World Forum, The Hague to destination, drinks and lunch. Departure on Wednesday 19 April at 13.00 hours at the World Forum, The Hague and return at 17.00 hours.

Cost: €32.50

Day tour: Automated farming; ‘Autonomous solutions for Agriculture and Horticulture’
Westland, the area between The Hague, Rotterdam and Hook of Holland, is famous for its greenhouse horticulture and is known as Horti Valley and the Glass City as a result. It is the largest continuous area of greenhouse horticulture in the world and plays a pioneering role in this sector. This extremely inspiring hotspot in the west of the Netherlands is our destination for a full day business excursion on Robotics in Agri- and Horticulture. Next to inspiring company visits we will also visit the Delft University of Technology. (min. number of 10 participants).

Tour includes a return bus ride from World Forum, The Hague to destination, drinks and lunch. Departure on Thursday 20 April at 09.00 hours at the World Forum, The Hague and return at 17.00 hours

Cost: €57.50

Day tour: Smart Connected mobility and automated vehicles / cooperative mobility
Our world faces numerous technological and social challenges presented by the everlasting demand for (smart) mobility and the impact this has on space and environment. The brainport Region, with Eindhoven at its very heart, is a world-class top technology region and an important growth accelerator of the Dutch economy. Most of the Dutch automotive industry is concentrated in Brainport; the place of business for world leaders such as DAF trucks, VDL Groep, TomTom, University of Eindhoven and Tesla. During this full day business excursion on Smart Mobility and Intelligent Vehicles we will provide and interesting programme to companies and Knowledge institutes working on these technological and social challenges captured within the Dutch smart mobility research. (min. number of 10 participants).

Tour includes a return bus ride from World Forum, The Hague to destination, drinks and lunch. Departure on Thursday 20 April at 08.30 hours at the World Forum, The Hague and return at 17.30 hours

Cost: €57.50

Day tour: Mobile Robots and Intralogistics; ‘The Always-On Supply Chain’
Today, robots cost less and are easier to use. The rate of robotics and automation is expected to rise to 74% within 6 to 10 year. For many DCs and manufacturers, just finding enough workers is a major challenge and one of the main drivers of rising robot deployment. Incorporating (mobile) robots within the always-on supply chain might be the solution for this challenge within today’s manufacturing. During this full-day excursion on Mobile Robots and Logistics the Dutch landscape on research and robotics will be sketch through company visits. (min. number of 10 participants)

Tour includes a return bus ride from World Forum, The Hague to destination, drinks and lunch. Departure on Friday 21 April at 08.30 hours at the World Forum, The Hague and return at 17.30 hours

Cost: €57.50

Half-day tour: Health
In the near future, we will inevitably work closely with medical robots. They augment the surgeon’s potential with superhuman precision and repeatability. They help hospitals save costs, reduce waste, and improve patient care. They offer levels of measurability and traceability that only automated machines can achieve. The Netherlands has a fast-growing Life Sciences & Health network connecting industry, healthcare, knowledge institutes and government to achievement of the necessary technological innovations that are needed for this near future. During this half-day excursion, different parties from this Dutch Life Sciences & Health will present themselves and their innovations to you. (min. number of 10 participants).

Tour includes a return bus ride from World Forum, The Hague to destination, drinks and lunch. Departure on Friday 21 April at 13.00 hours at the World Forum, The Hague and return at 17.00 hours.

Cost: €32.50

Above prices are excluding VAT.

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