Cooperation between Rijkswaterstaat en Breda University confirmedOktober 01, 2018
Maarten van Rijn nominated as Logsitcs Guru 2018September 27, 2018
BUas launches Cycle Highway Life Cycle videoSeptember 05, 2018
Manual Bike Guerilla availableJuni 19, 2018
NHTV cycling signboard new national standard?April 10, 2018
NHTV signs cooperation agreement with Vereniniging DeltametropoolMaart 15, 2018
Logistics Management in OmanMaart 06, 2018
NHTV signs cooperation agreement with VialisFebruari 09, 2018
15-03-2018 - Masterclass Electric TransportationJanuari 08, 2018
Community event logistic talent programmeNovember 30, 2017
Professorship Urban Intelligence finalist in World Smart City Award 2017November 17, 2017
Cycle simulator at the Day of SustainabilityOktober 10, 2017
NHTV talent development programme in mobilityOktober 03, 2017
CycleSpex at CIVITAS conference 2017Oktober 02, 2017
Cycle innovations in Noord-BrabantSeptember 22, 2017
Logistic knowledge institute connects education and businessSeptember 20, 2017
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
Breda University of applied sciences - Domain for Built Environment & Logistics focuses on 8 areas of expertise regarding its research & business innovation program. Explore our expertise areas in the domain of Built Environment and Logistics on this page. Find out more about projects, deliverables and their connections to our educational program by clicking on an expertise area.
Capacity Management: balancing the resources and – often fluctuating – demand. Ranges from long-term strategic (e.g. investment in resources) to short-term operational (e.g. the number of staff in tomorrow’s shift).
Control Towers & Synchromodality provides insights that combine new technology, changing the way we are currently working in logistics and taking a hard look at the people and their functions.
The ‘last mile’ implies the last mile a shipment travels before it is delivered to the customer. Because of the increasing number of online orders, customers are becoming consumers to an increasing extent, they live in urban areas more often, with it’s challenging logistic issues like congestion, livability and attractiveness.
The increasing consumer demand for more green products and services also indicates the need for more sustainable supply chain solutions, such as closed loop supply chain (from the demand side).
Transition to Smart Mobility brings knowledge and innovation together to develop a mobility system which allows people to travel in the most comfortable and sustainable manner.
Mobility Management focuses on three fields of content: 1. Multimodality 2. Influencing (unconscious) behavior 3. Entrepreneurs in mobility
Urban Intelligence connects research innovations with policy-making for land use and transportation and contributes to the accessibility and liveability of urban regions.
Sustainable development of participation, spatial - and social processes. Dynamic Urbanism aims to achieve communication among stakeholders, knowledge and especially reuse of existing knowledge.