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Marineterrein Amsterdam Community Drinks
The members of the Marineterrein Community are invited to join the first community get-together of the new year on January 17th. The event is hosted by AMS Institute.
We are always happy to provide you with more information about AMS Institute and the projects we are working on. In this section you will find more information about our latest publications, press releases and related info.
The Roboat research project is entering its next phase of development. This five-year project is a collaboration between AMS Institute and MIT and is the world first major research program on autonomous floating vessels in metropolitan areas.
The Data Visualization Lab develops state-of-the-art technology for the visualization and sense-making of social urban data. In turn, data becomes more accessible, understandable and actionable.
Join us for the regional Finals of the Climatelauchpad
The 2020 Regional Final Europe of the ClimateLaunchpad is coming up on September 10 and you’re invited. Make sure to join and support the three teams that just won the National Finals @AMS Institute during the Regional finals.
How Strandeiland IJburg democratically develops in a green, social and sustainable island
The AMS Startup Booster
In October AMS Institute will run its first edition of the AMS Startup Booster. The program focuses on early-stage startups that want to make an impact on city life and solve metropolitan challenges.
AMS Startup Booster Selected Teams
Introducing the selected teams for the first run of the AMS Startup Booster. Read about their startup ideas and meet the team members.
Roboat Y3 results: moving forward towards a full scale prototype
In its third year of research the Roboat team has improved technical and functional capabilities of the fleet of autonomous boats. With focus on latching capabilities and ‘shapeshifting’, where the boats autonomously reassemble into various configurations
100 years of Dutch summers: The clock is ticking on climate change
The ‘meteorological summer’ officially ended this August. However, this week summer returned to the Netherlands. Time for some reflections, our data science team thought. Grab a refreshment, we’ll shine some light on the summers of 1920 to 2020.