This session is one of the steps in the building of a Living Lab Monitoring & Sensoring which will be aiming at testing, assessing and whenever possible upscaling of new innovative techniques. The meeting on October 14th will enable us together to deepen our insights on this subject and to speed up the program.

What can you expect on October 14th?

  1. Interactive sessions in which the City of Amsterdam, knowledge institutes and businesses make an inventory of relevant research questions and define the success criteria. Besides, it will be discussed how the living lab will be set up.
  2. Interactive presentations by scientists in various fields of research aiming at sharing the most recent developments in monitoring and sensoring techniques and their applicability in practice.
  3. A market in which every organization will be given the opportunity to demonstrate its solutions for monitoring and sensing. This likely will show us a wide range of possible solutions and will allow us to define our scope. Demonstrations can be done inside as well as outside along the quay walls of the Marineterrein.

Are you interested?

Please send an e-mail for more information or to register for the event to Casper van der Peet and indicate the number of persons you will be attending the meeting with. Please also indicate if you want to participate in the market to demonstrate your monitoring or sensoring technology.


The meeting will be held on Monday October 14th, 13:00 to 17:00 h at the AMS Institute (Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions), located in building 027W, Kattenburgerstraat 5, Amsterdam. This is the former Marineterrein which is being re-developed into an innovation district.

More detailed information on agenda and preliminary research questions and success criteria will be sent to the participants on Monday, October 7th.