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The Netherlands as a digital frontrunner in Europe. That is what TNO wants to contribute to. Because digital technology supports, and accelerates all major innovation challenges. In addition, digitisation has a far-reaching effect on society as a whole.

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TNO and TECNALIA collaborate on Digital Twins for Smart & Sustainable Cities

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20 January 2023

TNO and TECNALIA Research & Innovation from Spain have announced a new cooperation agreement to establish a strategic partnership in applied research for smart and sustainable cities, mobility and enabling technologies, in particular Local Digital Twins. Representatives of both organisations signed a Memorandum of Understanding to this effect in Bilbao on 11th January 2023.

Peter Werkhoven steps down as member of the Executive Board

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19 December 2022

Prof. Peter Werkhoven will step down as member of the Executive Board on 1 January 2023. He is making this move of his own volition and for personal reasons. Peter will stay on as Scientific Advisor to the Board for a few days per week. In addition, Peter has worked and will continue to work as a professor at Utrecht University one day a week.

TNO receives Research Grant from Meta for Social eXtended Reality (XR) study

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7 December 2022

TNO received a Research Grant from Meta for a study of the effects of using Social XR (eXtended Reality) in the workplace.

TNO and Torc Robotics collaborate to use real-world data for autonomous truck validation

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10 November 2022

TNO announced a strategic collaboration with Torc Robotics, an independent subsidiary of Daimler Trucks. They are working together to substantiate the safety of self-driving trucks using scenario-based safety validation. TNO’s StreetWise, a safety validation methodology based on a real-world scenario database, provides a large collection of “driving events.” The methodology is designed to test and validate autonomous driving systems’ performance according to the latest safety requirements.

LUMI-Q quantum computer will contribute to a pan-European network

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21 October 2022

A consortium by the name of LUMI-Q has been selected to host new European quantum computers. SURF and QuTech—a collaboration between the TU Delft and TNO—contribute to the project to build a hybrid high-performance computing and quantum computing (HPC+QC) platform.

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