Mobility in transition
Shaping the new mobility system
Mobility is undergoing a seismic shift. An exponential growth in population and goods consumption is placing new and increasing demands on mobility networks across the globe. Our cities and its surrounding areas must remain accessible without compromising residents’ quality of life, all while striving for environmental sustainability. The transition of our transport networks to a sustainable, safe, reliable and inclusive mobility system requires us to anticipate change and make choices today, which could have a huge impact on our cities of tomorrow. By bringing together cutting-edge technology with tailored strategy and expert implementation, Royal HaskoningDHV is enabling cities to optimise their mobility networks today and shape the mobility system of tomorrow. From long term transport policies and strategies to actionable programmes and roadmaps today, we work in close collaboration with our clients to revolutionise their transport investments – all with the aim of creating the next generation cities of the future.
Water for Industry
Water affects industries’ bottom lines. Water shortages, extreme weather events and climate change mean that industries must choose how rather than if they improve their resilience and the sustainability of their water use. Managing water better is an opportunity for industry to strengthen competitiveness and attract investments. At the same time this secures their license to operate, reduces financial losses and altogether ensures business continuity while delivering social value.
Building a universal digital twin
In our Bits and Pieces white paper, we look at how the latest digital technologies can be used to create more sustainable, efficient and healthy global environments. And how sharing data and creating a universal approach to digitisation can help us achieve these goals. Discover our roadmap for a brighter future.
RESILIENCE IN CITIES
According to the World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2019, four environmental risks dominate the top 5 global risks in terms of likelihood and impact – failure of climate-change mitigation and adaptation; extreme weather events; water crises and natural disasters.
The city of the future will rely on climate resilient strategies, master planning and infrastructure to support the growing demands of urbanisation. Predictive risk and impact modelling and analytics, forecasting and automated alerting, as well as global industry-related expertise are central to this reality.
THE WATER CIRCUIT OF THE FUTURE
We are talking to leaders, innovators and operators in the Water Industry to explore how we are all contributing to creating a Virtuous Water Cycle for Smart Places.
We believe that Smart Places are the future of the built environment. As the water industry we play a crucial role in creating these Smart Places by creating the Water Circuit of the Future – a seamless virtual and physical circuit that optimises the use of resources and provides transparent and safe access to water for all users.
As part of this conversation, we have invited thought leaders to share their perspectives, ideas, experiences and future forward methodologies around the current challenges facing the water sector and their vision of the Water Circuit of the Future. Curious to hear what they have to say? You’re invited!
With over 140 years of engineering experience and a deep knowledge of physical environments, we create digital twins with an unparalleled level of accuracy and detail. Our data modelling, predictive simulation and IoT technologies can help you transform the way you think and operate, delivering the insights needed to improve decision-making and optimise processes.
High Performing Production Sites
We transform industrial production sites by increasing the efficiency, reliability and integrity of your enabling assets. By combining a clear investment and asset management strategy with the power of Industry 4.0, we extend asset life, deliver performance-based lifecycle management and build a solid foundation for ongoing business development.
ACCELERATING THE ENERGY TRANSITION
Energy transition is a journey that is inevitable.
With the onslaught of climate change, the urgent need to reshape our energy landscape is transforming governments, businesses and citizens alike.
What does this transition mean for our cities? What are the possibilities, risks and opportunities ahead? How should your business adapt to this changing world?
From strategy and implementation to the use of innovative technology and techniques, find out how we are collaborating with clients and partners to navigate towards a sustainable energy future and seize the right opportunities.
Fastlane: Accelerating the energy transition of buildings
In the Netherlands, we are faced with the task of making more than 8 million buildings more sustainable over the next thirty years in line with UN targets and The Paris Agreement. The energy transition requires thoughtful planning to accelerate the right decisions and effective implementation.
FastLane is an approach which speeds up the decision-making process, ensuring your buildings meet the Paris Agreement and local climate policy faster, without unnecessary investments. With the FastLane approach you gain insight into the short and long-term effects of sustainability measures per building and for your entire building portfolio. This enables you to take action more quickly, because it becomes clear to you and other decision-makers within your organisation which measures are realistic, cost-effective and future-proof.
THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL PROJECT REPORTING
Accessible digital, interactive text and visualisations reduce project complexity and lead to highly informed decision-making.
The iReport is an easily accessible online digital platform where information is visual and dynamic, enabling it to be rapidly shared and understood at the touch of button. Royal HaskoningDHV has developed this innovative next generation digital tool which minimises complexity and benefits a wide range of project reports, from corridor and feasibility studies to masterplans and forecasting capacity studies. Currently used in various projects around the world, the iReport is pushing the frontier of project reports and will unleash new opportunities for all parties who are directly or indirectly involved in the project.
Smart & Healthy Work Environments
Smart by design through our experience-tech approach
Our definition of smart is more a design approach than a technology. We start with the user experience to define human and organisational value.
To deliver this value and to make that the business case for our customers, we learned how to link and integrate organisational budgets and how to break down the traditional real estate- and business silos.
Based on the customer situation, we don’t just work with data from smart technologies but also, we combine and integrate this with workplace solutions to deliver performance and to apply continuous improvement to your work environment.
- 14 Sep 2020buildingSMART Appoints Bart Brink to Lead the Digital Twins Working Group
- 16 Jul 2020Launch Dutch Corporate PPA Collective
- 15 Jul 2020Water professionals see perspective in sharing data and models in the Watercloud
- 03 Jul 2020World’s first 3D printed FRP footbridge paves way for circular composites
- 10 Jun 2020Royal HaskoningDHV and Arup advise Dutch Rijkswaterstaat on upgrade of busiest Van Brienenoord Bridge
- 29 Oct 2019New way to fight plastic pollution revealed
- 04 Jul 2019A sustainable future for Oman’s southern region
- 17 Jun 2019Royal HaskoningDHV and Autodesk expand partnership to create perfect mix of human intelligence and data
- 12 Apr 2019Royal HaskoningDHV acquires Ambiental to accelerate growth of flood-related digital services
- 04 Apr 2019TEC to support future-proofing of tunnels in Amsterdam