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HANNOVER MESSE 2018, 23 - 27 April

4TU

Combining strengths in teaching, research and knowledge valorisation

Logo 4TU
Exhibition stand
Hall 2, Stand C12
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Topic: Dutch Pavillion
Co-exhibitor with
FME-CWM

Company Data

4TU-Federatie

Den Dolech 2
5612 AZ Eindhoven
Netherlands
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Fax: +31 40 2444602

Contact(s)

Mr. Dr. Ir. Jouke Verlinden
principal investigator
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Mr. Dr.ing. Marco Rozendaal
Assistant Professor Interaction Design
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Mr. Timothy Teoh
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Mr. Prof. dr. Eldert van Henten
Professor Farm Technology Group
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Phone: +31 317483328
Mr. Prof. dr. Urs Staufer
Professor
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Mr. Juan Mussini
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Mr. Daniel Booms
Head of Operations Zebro Team
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Mr. Dr. Ir. Edwin Hakkennes
Technical project manager Zebro team
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Ms. Tina de Rooij
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Ms. Inge Rehorst
PCO 4TU Federation
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Facts

Type of company
University/Institute of higher education

Year founded
2007

Company profile

4TU contributes to the well-being of the Netherlands by strengthening and pooling knowledge and creativity in the technology sector, and by exploiting it to maximum effect. This is why the four universities of technology (TU Delft, Eindhoven University of Technology, University of Twente and University of Wageningen) are jointly committed to strengthening and pooling their technical knowledge with the aim of producing sufficient numbers of highly qualified engineers and technical designers, of conducting outstanding and socially relevant research of an international standard, and of promoting cooperation between research institutes and businesses.

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Products

MX3D 3D prints stainless steel bicycle

At the MX3D facility in Amsterdam a student team from TU Delft has developed a fully functional 3D printed stainless steel bicycle. The students designed the frame of the bicycle to demonstrate the potential of the MX3D method for 3D printing metal. The students achieved the goal of their three-month ...read more

Mobile robotics

for smart factories of tomorrowread more

PoultryBot

The EU-wide ban on battery cages for laying hens in 1999 induced the large scale adoption and further development of loose housing systems for laying hens in Europe. It is expected that single- and multi-tier loose housing systems will become the worldwide standard in commercial egg production the coming ...read more

Automated in-line metrology

Production technology is on the verge of a profound change by entering the nanometre domain. In-line metrology at this scale is a pre-requisite for reliability, high yield, and process control. To address this challenge, we developed an instrument and operation method for traceable nanomechanical metrology, ...read more

DARE - Cryogenic Propulsion Project

The Cryogenic Propulsion Project at Delft Aerospace Rocket engineering (DARE) aims to develop a cryogenic rocket motor for use in DARE's Stratos line of rockets. DARE is a student team consisting of over 100 members based in Delft (The Netherlands), and we aim to be the first student team to reach space ...read more

PicoZebro Swarm demonstration

Zebro is a hexapod robot developed at the Delft University of Technology. The most distinquishing feature of Zebro is that it does not have wheels or human like limbs. Instead, it has six rotating legs. These legs allow Zebro to move over a wide variety of terrains, many of which conventional, wheeled, ...read more

4TU.School for Technological Design, SAI

4TU.School for Technological Design, Stan Ackermans Institute Are you a graduate young professional or currently completing you Master of Science programme at a (technological) university? Are you looking for an even faster successful career in industry or business? Then you should consider applying ...read more

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