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June 22, 2016

Article Unmanned Valley Valkenburg

The realisation of ‘Unmanned Valley’ Valkenburg is crucial for the valorisation of new technologies.

That is the message delivered by professor Hester Bijl from Delft University of Technology at the InnovationQuarter year event, which found place at the former airport in Katwijk. Together with Prince Pieter-Christiaan van Oranje, Bijl presented a bidbook to transform Valkenburg into a testing ground for drones and unmanned vehicles. Pieter-Christiaan is the initiator of Unmanned Valley.

The proposal is supported by the consortium Unmanned Valley Valkenburg, which consists of RoboValley, Delft University of Technology, ATMOS UAV, Aerialtronics, Ampyx Power, The Hague Security Delta, Leiden Centre of Data Science and other partners.

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