HANNOVER MESSE 2018,
23 - 27 April
Climate change and an ever-growing population are putting worldwide food production under great strain. Better information about weather, soil condition and crops can help make food production more efficient. The Netherlands is a pioneer in new farming methods that use satellite applications.For a given plot of land, Dutch companies can identify the agricultural needs for an optimum harvest. By employing GPS-controlled equipment, farming becomes a precision science. These methods can be applied anywhere in the world.
Worldwide demand for energy is increasing, while fossil fuels are becoming increasingly depleted. Accurate information is of vital importance for a sustainable energy ...
A Dutch company developed the first commercial application for GPS satellites: TomTom navigation. Today many people find their way home under the guidance of space ...
Sometimes you can see more clearly if you distance yourself. Space instruments developed and built in the Netherlands are providing us with unique insights into ...
Inhabitants of the Netherlands live in a river delta. A source of both wealth and disaster. Centuries of having to deal with water has made us specialists in its ...