Inventory Safety

Design Research & Innovation Festival DRIVE.
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Researchers from 4TU Design United have conducted inventory studies on safety, mobility, health, water and circular & biobased construction, the themes of the Design Research & Innovation Festival DRIVE. The studies show which research projects are ongoing and what the knowledge questions are for the future within the various domains.

 Creative approach to tackling subversionAn inventory study into the crossover between the creative industries and the security sector.

Nynke Tromp and Albert Kingma, Delft University of Technology

 Research set-up
The inventory focused on public-private partnership projects of recent years. Examples of subversive crime include renting out barns that are actually used for cannabis plantations or drug labs, using tokens in casinos for money laundering, and enticing young people to lend a hand in criminal organizations. The inventory resulted in insights into which areas opportunities occu for the creative industry and which knowledge is needed to contribute to combating undermining.

Read more about the themes of the research in the CLICKNL newsletter 

A livestream of DRIVE safety can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3M2XBRJnrY

Researchers from 4TU Design United have conducted inventory studies on safety, mobility, health, water and circular & biobased construction, the themes of the Design Research & Innovation Festival DRIVE. The studies show which research projects are ongoing and what the knowledge questions are for the future within the various domains.

 Creative approach to tackling subversionAn inventory study into the crossover between the creative industries and the security sector.

Nynke Tromp and Albert Kingma, Delft University of Technology

 Research set-up
The inventory focused on public-private partnership projects of recent years. Examples of subversive crime include renting out barns that are actually used for cannabis plantations or drug labs, using tokens in casinos for money laundering, and enticing young people to lend a hand in criminal organizations. The inventory resulted in insights into which areas opportunities occu for the creative industry and which knowledge is needed to contribute to combating undermining.

Read more about the themes of the research in the CLICKNL newsletter 

A livestream of DRIVE safety can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3M2XBRJnrY

Inventory Safety

Researchers from 4TU Design United have conducted inventory studies on safety, mobility, health, water and circular & biobased construction, the themes of the Design Research & Innovation Festival DRIVE. The studies show which research projects are ongoing and what the knowledge questions are for the future within the various domains.

 Creative approach to tackling subversionAn inventory study into the crossover between the creative industries and the security sector.

Nynke Tromp and Albert Kingma, Delft University of Technology

 Research set-up
The inventory focused on public-private partnership projects of recent years. Examples of subversive crime include renting out barns that are actually used for cannabis plantations or drug labs, using tokens in casinos for money laundering, and enticing young people to lend a hand in criminal organizations. The inventory resulted in insights into which areas opportunities occu for the creative industry and which knowledge is needed to contribute to combating undermining.

Read more about the themes of the research in the CLICKNL newsletter 

A livestream of DRIVE safety can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3M2XBRJnrY

Researchers from 4TU Design United have conducted inventory studies on safety, mobility, health, water and circular & biobased construction, the themes of the Design Research & Innovation Festival DRIVE. The studies show which research projects are ongoing and what the knowledge questions are for the future within the various domains.

 Creative approach to tackling subversionAn inventory study into the crossover between the creative industries and the security sector.

Nynke Tromp and Albert Kingma, Delft University of Technology

 Research set-up
The inventory focused on public-private partnership projects of recent years. Examples of subversive crime include renting out barns that are actually used for cannabis plantations or drug labs, using tokens in casinos for money laundering, and enticing young people to lend a hand in criminal organizations. The inventory resulted in insights into which areas opportunities occu for the creative industry and which knowledge is needed to contribute to combating undermining.

Read more about the themes of the research in the CLICKNL newsletter 

A livestream of DRIVE safety can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3M2XBRJnrY