Amsterdam is a small metropolis with great ambitions. The city is a 'living lab', in which metropolitan tasks are both a challenge and an opportunity to develop and apply new insights, technologies and practices. Knowledge and innovation go hand in hand: gathering, reflecting and researching knowledge form the context within which new applications can be developed. The City of Amsterdam believes that a responsible capital invests in knowledge and innovation and continues to develop in this area. The partnership with AMS Institute helps us achieve this goal.

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Collect Your Retrofits

Urban Energy

To foster the energy transition in the build environment “Collect Your Retrofits” intends to design a replicable and collective retrofit approach in the context of monumental areas while reframing the cultural notion of energy.

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Roboat

Smart Urban Mobility

Amsterdam gets world’s first fleet of autonomous boats.

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Future-proof historic quay walls

Climate Resilient Cities

Investigating the state of Amsterdam's historic quays and bridges to keep the city safe, accessible and ‘future-proof’.

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Future-proof historic quay walls

Climate Resilient Cities

Investigating the state of Amsterdam's historic quays and bridges to keep the city safe, accessible and ‘future-proof’.

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Circular Paving in Amsterdam

Circularity in Urban Regions

The environmental impact of road constructions is large. For Amsterdam to reach the city’s policy goals in circularity and climate change, re-using concrete pavers is crucial. This project investigates the impact for different circular scenarios.

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Circular Resource Planning for IT

Circularity in Urban Regions

We only use IT hardware, like laptops or data servers, for an average of 3 to 4 years. With increasing digitization and

Project

Code the Streets

Smart Urban Mobility

Code the Street is working on smart solutions for sustainable, inclusive and safe mobility management.

Project

Code the Streets

Smart Urban Mobility

Code the Street is working on smart solutions for sustainable, inclusive and safe mobility management.

Project

Ideal(s) Monitor: how to measure impact?

Circularity in Urban Regions

Many urban challenges faced by the city of Amsterdam are intertwined. To tackle these, there is a need to work based on a (more) integrated approach. Therefore, we develop the 'Ideal(s) Monitor with the City of Amsterdam.

Project

Collect Your Retrofits

Urban Energy

To foster the energy transition in the build environment “Collect Your Retrofits” intends to design a replicable and collective retrofit approach in the context of monumental areas while reframing the cultural notion of energy.

Project

Collect Your Retrofits

Urban Energy

To foster the energy transition in the build environment “Collect Your Retrofits” intends to design a replicable and collective retrofit approach in the context of monumental areas while reframing the cultural notion of energy.

Project

Roboat

Smart Urban Mobility

Amsterdam gets world’s first fleet of autonomous boats.

Project

Roboat

Smart Urban Mobility

Amsterdam gets world’s first fleet of autonomous boats.

Project

Roboat

Smart Urban Mobility

Amsterdam gets world’s first fleet of autonomous boats.

Project

Roboat

Smart Urban Mobility

Amsterdam gets world’s first fleet of autonomous boats.

Project

Future-proof historic quay walls

Climate Resilient Cities

Investigating the state of Amsterdam's historic quays and bridges to keep the city safe, accessible and ‘future-proof’.

Project

Circular Paving in Amsterdam

Circularity in Urban Regions

The environmental impact of road constructions is large. For Amsterdam to reach the city’s policy goals in circularity and climate change, re-using concrete pavers is crucial. This project investigates the impact for different circular scenarios.

Project

Future-proof historic quay walls

Climate Resilient Cities

Investigating the state of Amsterdam's historic quays and bridges to keep the city safe, accessible and ‘future-proof’.

Project

Circular Paving in Amsterdam

Circularity in Urban Regions

The environmental impact of road constructions is large. For Amsterdam to reach the city’s policy goals in circularity and climate change, re-using concrete pavers is crucial. This project investigates the impact for different circular scenarios.

Project

Circular Resource Planning for IT

Circularity in Urban Regions

We only use IT hardware, like laptops or data servers, for an average of 3 to 4 years. With increasing digitization and

Project

Circular Resource Planning for IT

Circularity in Urban Regions

We only use IT hardware, like laptops or data servers, for an average of 3 to 4 years. With increasing digitization and

Project

Circular Resource Planning for IT

Circularity in Urban Regions

We only use IT hardware, like laptops or data servers, for an average of 3 to 4 years. With increasing digitization and

Project

Circular Resource Planning for IT

Circularity in Urban Regions

We only use IT hardware, like laptops or data servers, for an average of 3 to 4 years. With increasing digitization and

Project

Code the Streets

Smart Urban Mobility

Code the Street is working on smart solutions for sustainable, inclusive and safe mobility management.

Project

Code the Streets

Smart Urban Mobility

Code the Street is working on smart solutions for sustainable, inclusive and safe mobility management.

Project

Ideal(s) Monitor: how to measure impact?

Circularity in Urban Regions

Many urban challenges faced by the city of Amsterdam are intertwined. To tackle these, there is a need to work based on a (more) integrated approach. Therefore, we develop the 'Ideal(s) Monitor with the City of Amsterdam.

Project

Ideal(s) Monitor: how to measure impact?

Circularity in Urban Regions

Many urban challenges faced by the city of Amsterdam are intertwined. To tackle these, there is a need to work based on a (more) integrated approach. Therefore, we develop the 'Ideal(s) Monitor with the City of Amsterdam.