Strategic change processes

Results survey among the youngster about their vision on mobility and possession

Youngsters would like to get in a self-driving car with Ariana Grande If youngsters in the Netherlands could get in a self-driving car with a foreign celebrity, they would choose Ariana Grande. This was one of the many results of the research Connected Strategic Change Processes has conducted on youth, mobility (self-driving and Connected cars), […]

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For sell: book the mobility in the future 2030

Book published: “the future of mobility 2030” We are proud to present our book: “The Dutch finally have their say on mobility in the future 2030”. The themes self-driving car, the connected cars, and the position of the Dutch with regard to knowledge, attitude, and behavior are central in this book. The first nationwide (opinion) […]

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Men above the age of 55 the first to get into self-driving car

First national convention on the opinion study: “mobility in the future 2030”. Are you a well-to-do man, highly educated, and older than 55? Or have you just purchased a new car with the newest and most innovative gadgets? You probably belong to the early adopters—people who already want to use a certain product or technology […]

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Politicians visit our organization

Various politicians, including Barbara Visser (House of Representatives on behalf of the VVD party), Mr. Boldewijn (counselor for the municipality of Amsterdam), and the board of the Kennis Instituut Mobiliteit (knowledge Institute Mobility), visited our organization on the Automotive Campus in Helmond. Goal of this visit: “meeting our organization and several other companies on the […]

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Flying car upcoming

At the end of last year, Connected SV conducted a study among the Dutch population. The focus of this study? How do the Dutch view future mobility (2030)? Knowledge, attitude and behavior are central in this study. One of the questions posed in this study was: “what does mobility look like in 2030 according to […]

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Follow-up assignment program Optimizing Use

The follow-up program in the field of cooperative public transport priority (public transport in the near future) will start as of April 11, 2016. In close collaboration with the regions, a project plan will be drawn up per region to actually implement cooperative public transport priority in the streetscape. This could be, for example, intelligent […]

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