Projects

  • This is Drenthe

    This is Drenthe

    DroneHub GAE has started a pilot concerning the recording of images of the megalithic tombs, called hunebedden, by means of drones. On the website ditisdrenthe.nl, the hunebedden in Loon, Drouwen and Borger can be viewed from different angles. It is currently explored whether it is possible to view all hunebedden of Drenthe in virtual reality.

  • Integration of drones at Groningen Airport Eelde

    Integration of drones at Groningen Airport Eelde

    In collaboration with the Dutch Air Traffic Control Agency (LVNL) and Groningen Airport Eelde (GAE), DroneHub GAE explores how drones may be fully integrated with regular air traffic. The aim is to make drones visible on the radar. Groningen Airport Eelde has the perfect airspace to tackle this.

  • Laboratory for precision agriculture in Valthermond

    Laboratory for precision agriculture in Valthermond

    At a test farm in Valthermond, a research project is conducted into the specific drone applications for precision agriculture. In doing so, they want to find out how new technology can help to keep the agricultural sector competitive and make it more sustainable.

  • BVLOS experiment

    BVLOS experiment

    In the airspace of Lauwersoog and Schiermonnikoog, a number of test flights are conducted with unmanned aircraft, with the focus on flying Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS).

  • Bourtange

    Bourtange

    In Bourtange, we are planning to transport visitors, school children, and possibly also packages from the parking lots outside the fortified town to the centre of the fortress, through to the parking lot on the other side. If possible, we will also drive on to the elementary school just outside the fortress.

  • Ommelander Hospital in Scheemda

    Ommelander Hospital in Scheemda

    At the new Ommelander Hospital in Scheemda, a self-driving vehicle is going to drive between the main entrance of the hospital and the nearest bus stop (approx. 1.5 km). The test will continue for at least six months. If the test is successful, the minibus is expected to play a permanent part in making the hospital accessible by public transport.