RAI Amsterdam | 29 March - 1 April 2022
Smart mobility embassy
The gateway to knowledge and experience in the Netherlands Do you need Dutch expertise and capabilities? Welcome to the Smart Mobility Embassy, a special gateway to knowledge and experience and access to the complete testing chain in the Netherlands. Created by the Dutch, The Smart Mobility Embassy offers expertise with the aims of encouraging international parties to carry out testing in the Netherlands and exporting Dutch knowledge. During Intertraffic Amsterdam you can find the Smart Mobility Embassy in hall 8.
The Netherlands as a test country
The Smart Mobility Embassy was officially launched at the European ITS Congress in Strasbourg on 20 June 2017. The Embassy acts as a gateway to all Dutch knowledge and expertise in the field of Smart Mobility. The Netherlands has the ambition to be and remain a frontrunner in the field of Smart Mobility test facilities worldwide. The Smart Mobility Embassy was set up to join forces. A one-stop shopping counter for international interested people in Smart Mobility in the Netherlands.
Why a special embassy
Many parties are interested in developing activities in the Netherlands. For these international parties, a clear Dutch ambition, a joint story and a contact point to the right parties in the Netherlands and possibly also to other European countries are a reason to start in the Netherlands. By attracting these parties, the Netherlands will have the opportunity to remain a frontrunner in Smart Mobility.
How does it work
The Smart Mobility Embassy functions as an intermediary, bringing parties who need Dutch expertise and capabilities in the area of Smart Mobility together with Dutch parties who can offer these services. The Smart Mobility Embassy is a public-private network within which national and local authorities, knowledge institutions and companies make their knowledge, experience and testing capabilities available. The Smart Mobility Embassy, the gateway to knowledge and experience in the Netherlands; acts as an intermediary between the Netherlands and the rest of the world: government-to-government, business-to-government, government-to-business and business-to-business.