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De Hallen

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A tour through De Hallen Amsterdam is a nice way to get to know more about the past and the present of the former tram depot.

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Dakdokters

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Since 2010 De Dakdokters (The Roofdoctors) transform the roofs of Amsterdam. Let us show you some of our most interesting solutions and be inspired by our vision.

An excursion takes between 1,5 and 5 hours, depending on the number of roofs.

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The 3D Makers Zone

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The 3D Makers Zone is a site where we make smart products via smarter production.

We offer demonstrations, presentations, exhibition on request.

The Dutch manufacturing industry needs to catch on with the latest developments in digital fabrication. In order for this to happen, the government has started the Smart Industry program and the Smart Industry Action Agenda. The 3D Makers Zone is a site where the items on this agenda are actually applied by making smarter products via smarter production.

By combining several disruptive technologies like Internet of Things, robotics and 3D printing, the 3D Makers Zone produces new prototypes, parts and end products. Companies get the opportunity to learn to innovate as well as get fast results while requiring only modest investments rather than investing in all the hardware in house innovation in these technologies would require. Smart, fast, affordable and efficient!

New and smarter products have been created as well as produced for several critical infrastructure companies. Technical students as well as suppliers of said companies contribute to solving problems and improving the processes via hackathons, all within just days! PWN used the hackathon-method to gain several new smart products that help it in maintaining its water supply network.

Next steps are upscaling with more disruptive technologies and the combination of these. Letting more companies and their suppliers (and students) cooperate in open innovation, that way making it possible to research and innovate. Branching out to other regions and countries.

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Walk the Knowledge mile

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We offer a variety of custom made programs, including presentations and personal tours.

The Knowledge Mile is a living lab in Amsterdam that runs from the Amstelplein to the city hall of the municipality of Amsterdam. The Wibautstraat and Weesperstraat are the two main streets at the centre of this area. Both are well known for the urban challenges they face, such as high traffic volumes, flooding and air pollution. The area is also known as a world-class knowledge cluster with the campusses of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, the University of Amsterdam and Amsterdam University of Arts.

The Knowledge Mile is a place to establish crucial connections and to achieve productive partnerships, fruitful networks and creative interaction. With a community of 30.000 residents, 60.000 students and almost 200 organisations, hotels, museums, social and municipal institutions together we aim to improve the quality of life in the area, by improving and sharing knowledge and facilitating new connections at our Meetup’s. This is a space to interact and share ideas.

The Knowledge Mile is also a business investment area where all organisations join forces to improve the work/life climate in the field of joint investments in communication/marketing, security, viability and physical movement.

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The Ceuvel

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During a tour on this extraordinary space in the north of Amsterdam you’ll learn about bottom-up community development, architecture & spatial planning , phytoremediation of polluted soils and closed-loop cleantech integration. After your tour you can book lunch at the ceuvel café!

During a tour on this extraordinary space in the north of Amsterdam you’ll learn about bottom-up community development, architecture & spatial planning , phytoremediation of polluted soils and closed-loop cleantech integration. After your tour you can book lunch at the ceuvel café!

Address:

Korte Papaverweg 4
1032 KB Amsterdam

For more information about the tours and prices visit our website

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Visit Amsterdam Smart City

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Connect with, learn from, and exchange experiences with Amsterdam Smart City representatives.

Do you want to connect with, learn from, and exchange experiences with Amsterdam Smart City representatives? We offer standard and made programs for local, national and international delegations. Based on the size, needs and budget of your delegation, you can choose from the following programs:

1. Amsterdam Smart City Introduction

2. Mini Consultation

3. Smart City Deep-Dives

4. Amsterdam Smart City Experience

5. Smart City Exchange

6. Amsterdam Innovation Tour (self-guided using the app)

If you have any questions, send an email to cornelia@amsterdamsmartcity.nl.

Where do Smart City Visits take place?

Most Smart City Visits take place on the Marineterrein Innovation District (Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 JA Amsterdam). You will receive all relevant details including meeting location by email within 3 days of booking a program.

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