• Voice technology in the workplace is still far away

    Voice technology in the workplace is still far away

    delft November 5, 2018 20:16 Hot Recent News

    The Dutch are very moderate about the introduction of smart speech technology in the workplace and even expect a breakthrough to be far away. This is evidenced by a study carried out by Delft technology company TJIP. Only 21% of respondents are positive about the technology.

  • Germans too fast for TU Delft

    Germans too fast for TU Delft

    hawtorne August 4, 2018 21:33 Hot Recent News

    Students at TU Delft have failed to win the Hyperloop Pod Competition from Elon Musk for the second time. The German WARR Hyperloop of the technical university of Munich set a new speed record with 457 km / h and went more than three times as fast as Delft.

  • Two terror suspects Rotterdam free again

    rotterdam December 27, 2017 15:54 Hot Recent News

    Of the four men who were arrested on Sunday in Rotterdam on suspicion of involvement in terrorism, two Wednesday were released. It is a 21-year-old man from Vlaardingen and a 29-year-old Swede.

  • Orange defends gold in sunrise

    Orange defends gold in sunrise

    darwin October 10, 2017 23:24 Hot Recent News

    Take on the Dutch (take it against the Dutch). That's the motto of the World Solar Challenge, a race with cars driving on solar panels through Australia. The student contest begins Sunday. The Netherlands dominates the race for years. And this year gold is also in front of orange. 'Dutch dominance', according to the Australian contest.

  • 'Do not Hyper Run One Out Of The Course'

    'Do not Hyper Run One Out Of The Course'

    los angeles September 18, 2017 07:36 Hot Recent News

    The Netherlands still has the opportunity to develop the super-fast 'vacuum train' that Hyperloop One wants to develop. That lets the company know. The company will fully support ten other candidates, with money and knowledge, to make their plans reality. In addition, there are eleven projects, including those of the Netherlands, who are given the opportunity to further develop their proposals.

  • Super fast train not for the time being by the Netherlands

    Super fast train not for the time being by the Netherlands

    los angeles September 18, 2017 07:33 Hot Recent News

    The Netherlands still has the chance to develop the super-fast 'vacuum train' that Hyperloop One wants to develop. That lets the company know. The company will fully support ten other candidates, with money and knowledge, to make their plans reality. In addition, there are eleven projects, including those of the Netherlands, who are given the opportunity to further develop their proposals.

  • Participation Delft students sundownera insecure

    Participation Delft students sundownera insecure

    delft September 7, 2017 12:00 Hot Recent News

    The Delft student team Nuon Solar Team gets a serious backstroke for the pick. Airline companies do not dare to bring their handmade battery to Australia for the race with solar cars next month. This is due to recent accidents with batteries of aircraft on board aircraft.

  • Gaming company demands attention for dementia

    Gaming company demands attention for dementia

    September 1, 2017 09:03 Hot Recent News

    In the run-up to World Alzheimer's Day (September 21), the Utrechtse gaming company Active Cues launches a special action on September 1 to ask for dementia attention. Healthcare professionals and relatives are encouraged to dance with people with dementia.

  • Students design 'robot suit' for paralyzed

    Students design 'robot suit' for paralyzed

    delft August 30, 2017 13:39 Hot Recent News

    Let people with a transverse lesion run as smoothly as possible using a robotic suit. That is what students of TU Delft want. They have developed such a suit, the already existing so-called exoskeleton, further developed. Thursday they show their copy for the first time.

  • 'More Dutch companies hit by cyber attack'

    'More Dutch companies hit by cyber attack'

    delft June 27, 2017 15:30 Hot Recent News

    The cyber attack that crosses Maersk and APM Terminals has also affected other parties in the Netherlands. This is ransomware, says renowned security research company Fox-IT. That is software that blocks the data on a computer and asks for a payment to clear that blockade.

  • Flash Train floating on rails

    Flash Train floating on rails

    utrecht March 29, 2017 05:06 Hot Recent News

    A 'train air cushion' that floats above the existing rails, may be an excellent alternative to the existing high-speed trains. Even future maglev trains can remain on the drawing board, because before that should be adjusted throughout the infrastructure.

  • Dutch 'eyes' for NASA mission

    Dutch 'eyes' for NASA mission

    utrecht March 27, 2017 21:09 Hot Recent News

    Dutch scientists are developing the technology for a NASA mission in 2021. The Netherlands Institute for Space Research (SRON) and TU Delft will get started with the detector technology for the balloon telescope GUSTO which will bring the entire life cycle of stars in the picture.

  • search computers for vulnerabilities track

    search computers for vulnerabilities track

    utrecht February 22, 2017 09:30 Hot Recent News

    ProRail will use computers to get a better picture of swap disturbances, suicides, people on the track, subsidence and defects. The railway manager has a huge mountain of data and sometimes it is' too complex or unexpected '' for people to discover relationships in which big data.

  • Connected cars are poorly protected '

    Connected cars are poorly protected '

    delft January 31, 2017 08:48 Hot Recent News

    Cars are becoming more sophisticated and technologically, but they are not designed to keep hackers out. Cyber ​​security is therefore better, says Cyber ​​Security Academy in The Hague. The setting is a collaboration between the universities of Delft and Leiden, The Hague University and The Hague.

  • East Antarctica ice sheets are melting rapidly

    East Antarctica ice sheets are melting rapidly

    utrecht December 12, 2016 16:15 Hot Recent News

    The ice sheets of East Antarctica melting much faster than expected. This is because a continuous strong wind warm, dry air raises and blows away the snow. As a result, the surface becomes darker, resulting in a greater absorption of heat. That concludes a team of climate researchers led by Jan Lenaerts (Utrecht University) and Stef Lhermitte TU Delft.

  • Microsoft to open lab TU Delft

    November 21, 2016 10:06 Hot Recent News

    US technology giant Microsoft is going to open his own lab on the campus of TU Delft. The new department, headed by Professor Leo Kouwenhoven, focuses on the development of quantum computers, TU Delft announced on Monday.

  • German money for smart Dutch lanterns

    German money for smart Dutch lanterns

    November 7, 2016 08:51 Hot Recent News

    The German company Osram, one of the largest lamp manufacturers in the world, has taken an interest in the Dutch Tvilight. That makes smart streetlights. Thanks to sensors that dim for example, when there is no traffic here, so they have to use less energy.

  • Warning: fake emails Ziggo

    Warning: fake emails Ziggo

    delft October 24, 2016 08:42 Hot Recent News

    Criminals send the last few weeks a lot of fake emails that are supposedly from Ziggo. is in the mail that people have to pay a bill. But if they manage stairs and click on the link, the computer is locked. Only after payment of ransom the computer is released. The amount of fake emails Ziggo is increasing rapidly, warns protector Fox-IT from Delft.

  • Horror Clown Delft will clap Luc (14)
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    Horror Clown Delft will clap Luc (14)

    delft October 13, 2016 15:36 Hot Recent News

    A horror clown who had provided it in Delft on a boy of fourteen was attacked Wednesday night itself. The teen was with his younger brother in the Theresiastraat dogs on a walk when they were harassed by someone with a clown mask and a red wig. The 14-year-old Luc, who practices self-defense sport for almost ten years, the clown gave then some punch.

  • 'Delft attacker would need years in jail'

    'Delft attacker would need years in jail'

    rotterdam October 13, 2016 08:57 Hot Recent News

    A 28-year-old man from Delft would be three years and six months must be in the cell, says the prosecution. He is believed to have sent suspected malware to businesses. So he managed to penetrate the computers inside. Then he would have ensured that banks made money on his accounts. According to the prosecutor, he had forged digital transfer forms.

  • Huygens Prize for Research Supercomputer

    Huygens Prize for Research Supercomputer

    October 4, 2016 08:27 Hot Recent News

    Bernard Heck won the Christiaan Huygens Science. The award was presented Monday by Minister Jet Bussemaker (Education, Culture and Science). Van Heck's research makes an important contribution to the development of a quantum computer.

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