M4H harbour area transformation in Rotterdam

The municipality of Rotterdam and the Rotterdam Port Authority want to develop M4H (Merwe-Vierhavens, a 100 years old harbour area in the City of Rotterdam, a brownfield area with heavily polluted soil) into an innovative living-work environment, optimally equipped for innovative manufacturing industry and with a mix of working, residential, culture, catering, sports and education. An energetic district with an impact on both the city and the port.

In 2017, the municipality and the Port Authority formulated five objectives for M4H:

Kán - the revival of an abandoned village

Kán is a settlement formed at the junction of the Mecsek and the Zselic, in a valley running north-south. The village is surrounded on all sides by woods, and is a one-street village, making it geographically isolated from traffic. The Swabian village dates back to the 12th century, but has been depopulated several times in its history. 
After the Second World War, following the German expulsions, the inhabitants left the village and in 1978 Kán ceased to exist as an independent municipality, and a year later it was annexed to the village of Hetvehely.

Vacant NL - Dutch Atlas of Vacancy

Vacant NL was a Dutch project for the 2010 Venice Biennale, showcasing the potential of 10,000 publicly owned empty buildings.

The RAAAF was asked by the Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI) to present the potential of landscape architecture in the form of an installation that reflected the social problems. The Rietveld pavilion, which had been vacant for years, was the perfect choice of location, with a blue cityscape of styrofoam buildings inside.

Altes Schule - living together for generations

The Alte Schule Karlshorst was purchased by the trias Foundation with the help of an endowment from SelbstBau e.G. and is leased to the cooperative for 99 years by means of a hereditary lease. The building is owned by the tenants' cooperative SelbsBau e.G. Living together and supporting each other is a basic principle for the housing project in the listed former community school Karlshorst.

ROBOT-X INDUSTRIAL ROBOT TECHNOLOGY

Since its establishment Robot-X has been operating with industrial automation and industrial robot technology. Instead of ready-made solutions, Robot-X has relied heavily on its own research and development from the beginning, and that’s what sets it apart from a traditional automation business. Innovation has become our primary goal, and we are proud that the most advanced technology solutions of today have appeared in our production lines and machines.

Continest - office containers

Continest units have been manufactured and developed in Hungary since 2017. This innovation consists of easy-to-fold and open containers allow five Continest units to be transported in place of a standard rigid-frame office container. The economically transportable system is competitive in all respects with traditional rigid frame solutions, but the logistical cost and environmental burden of building mobile infrastructure are reduced by 80% due to the innovation. Continest Technologies Ltd.

GLI Solutions map-based development of innovative ICT technologies

The company’s scope of activity covers the development of map-based and innovative ICT technologies. Indoor & outdoor positioning, sensor technology, traffic and process optimization systems and AI-supported predictive functions are dominant parts of the projects. The company has developed its own map of Hungary maintained and made available to the public continuously on the terkepem. hu portal. It is also part of the company’s B2B platform service.

Nexogen logistics decision support software

Nexogen Ltd. focuses on the development and introduction optimization software catering to the needs of external logistics companies, adapting the software to real operating processes. The implementation tasks are supported by dedicated digital consultants. Among the developed functions the most important ones are route and itinerary planning with special rules, as well as fleet management and assignment of transport tasks. The entire operation of large companies can be optimized with the help of special, holistic decision support software.

WohnderJet Agro H20 spraying system

Wohnderjet Agro H20 is a new generation spraying system, which provides agricultural stakeholders with unbelievable efficiency in plant protection. Thanks to the innovative design of the sprayer nozzle, the company has taken spraying with drones to a new level. Wohnderjet technology is built on the CDA principle (Controlled Droplet Application), it controls every element of the drop forming process. Drone networkbased precision meteorological support is offered by the company.