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    EGI is a federated e-Infrastructure set up to provide advanced computing services for research and innovation. The EGI e-infrastructure is publicly-funded and comprises over 300 data centres and cloud providers spread across Europe and worldwide. Its vision is that researchers from all disciplines have easy, integrated and open access to the advanced scientific computing capabilities, resources and expertise needed to collaborate and to carry out data/compute intensive science and innovation.

    Amsterdam, Netherlands
    • Engineering, Technology and Research

    EGI is a federated e-Infrastructure set up to provide advanced computing services for research and innovation. EGI delivers advanced computing services to support scientists, multinational projects and research infrastructures. The EGI Services are provided by EGI’s federated cloud providers and...

    Science Park 140, Amsterdam, 1098 XG, NL
    • Engineering, Technology and Research

    GÉANT is a fundamental element of Europe’s e-infrastructure, delivering the pan-European GÉANT network for scientific excellence, research, education and innovation. Through its integrated catalogue of connectivity, collaboration and identity services, GÉANT provides users with highly reliable,...

    Singel 468 D, Amsterdam, 1017 AW​​, NL
    • Engineering, Technology and Research

    On January 19th, 2011 representatives from organisations in Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Romania and Spain signed a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate for an early start of the LifeWatch infrastructure for biodiversity and ecosystem research. Spain took up the challenge to became the...

    1012 WX Amsterdam, Netherlands, Amsterdam, 1012, NL
    • Engineering, Technology and Research

    In modern greenhouses there is a high demand to automate labour. The availability of a skilled workforce that accepts repetitive tasks in harsh greenhouse climate conditions is decreasing rapidly. The resulting increase in labour costs and reduced capacity puts major pressure on the competitiveness of the European greenhouse sector. Present robotization of this labour has entered an high level of technological readiness. However, a gap remains which halts the transition from science to economic and societal impact; the so called ‘Technological Innovation Gap’.

    Netherlands
    • Engineering, Technology and Research

    In modern greenhouses there is a high demand to automate labour. The availability of a skilled workforce that accepts repetitive tasks in harsh greenhouse climate conditions is decreasing rapidly. The resulting increase in labour costs and reduced capacity puts major pressure on the competitiveness of the European greenhouse sector. Present robotization of this labour has entered an high level of technological readiness. However, a gap remains which halts the transition from science to economic and societal impact; the so called ‘Technological Innovation Gap’.

    Netherlands
    • Engineering, Technology and Research

    ETP4HPC is the European Technology Platform (ETP) in the area of High-Performance Computing (HPC). It is an industry-led think tank comprising of European HPC technology stakeholders: technology vendors, research centres and end users. The main task of ETP4HPC is to define research priorities...

    Science Park 140, Amsterdam, 1098 XG, NL
    • Engineering, Technology and Research

    eLEAF works on projects that matter. Our data and applications support clients worldwide to use water sustainably, increase food production and protect environmental systems. We pioneer in operational satellite based solutions, and continuously improve our algorithms to make sure we keep offering cutting-edge and relevant products. We partner with organisations at the forefront of innovation in food security and water productivity. This keeps us sharp and allows us to develop structural solutions for challenges as they arise.

    Wageningen, Netherlands
    • Engineering, Technology and Research

    The Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre – as an NGI Technology Centre – is in a transition phase. The research, support and education activities in the NBIC programmes BioRange, BioAssist and BioWise end or move at the end of this year (2013).

    The bioinformatics research projects funded by NGI will end this year, which will lead to the finalisation of the BioRange programme December 31st, 2013. The programme has led to an impressive list of scientific publications, theses, tools and most of all: a new generation of well-trained bioinformaticians.

    Nijmegen, Netherlands
    • Engineering, Technology and Research