Wow Shaping Society is all about knowledge sharing. Working together with partners in the fields of built environment and logistics along 8 areas of expertise.
Innovate to keep cities and places accessible for everybody. Designing attractive, safe and liveable places. Tackling logistic challenges caused by modern trends and developments.
Together we work on the exchange of knowledge and skills between industry, government, society and education. By doing so, we aim for state of the art education in order to deliver top students to our industry.
Browse through the areas of expertise and projects or visit the NHTV or Shaping Society websites, linked below:
Jan Willem Proper: Logistics needs to connect West-BrabantSeptember 14, 2017
Blokko, Serious Gaming in logisticsSeptember 13, 2017
Cycle Spex and Cycle Print in Brabant MagazineSeptember 04, 2017
Samsung and NHTV start Minor Supply ChainSeptember 04, 2017
A ‘sneak preview’ on cycle projectsAugustus 24, 2017
Smart & Healthy City specialJuni 13, 2017
Developing a disruption tool and approach connected to SCOR model and Global Supply Chain Forum.
The design and implementation of the course Control Towers for the fourth year logistic students. Next to this a e-learning environment is set up for students, as well as logistic professionals. Additionally, two educational games are delivered.
LeMoMA portal: gateway to mobility management! Keywords: Mobility management, knowledge, sharing, portal
Aiming to enhance policy making in the areas of multimodal transportation and built environment by developing research innovations. Providing knowledge which is directly applicable in practice. Paul van de Coevering - associate professor
The project "Residents make their neighbourhoods livable", will be conducted in three Dutch neighbourhoods.
Improving mobility management knowledge: for, by and with the public / private organisations and students Ineke Spapé - associate professor
Cycle Policy Renewal and INnovation by means of tracking Technology enables more customer friendly cycle policy
How to inspire students for their domain of study and how to introduce them to the contemporary challenges cities face worldwide regarding Built Environment or Logistics? Togerther with our partners abroad each educational program of our academy organizes an excursion to a city in the second year. London calling for Spatial Development students!
Minor Entrepreneurship: challenging business cases & your own business In September, over 60 students have started in the Minor Resilient Entrepreneurship at the NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences. In this minor it's about real life business cases, what it means to be an entrepreneur and turning a concept into business.
How to promote a cycling culture into a starting cycling city in Germany? That was the question the German Ministry of Transport asked to NHTV's professorship Mobility Management. Fresh First Years Brains went to Germany, together with professor Ineke Spapé, to advice the German City of Kassel on how to improve their city for cyclists!
Gaining experience in a professional context is important during education as well as fun! This GIS-map provides an overview of all intern and graduation positions in the domains of Built Environment and Logistics for the last 5 years.
Our academy operates in a broad network of partners to create an inspiring learning environment for our students. Want to meet them? Head over to our "partners section"