Aftermovie : the MAGPIE project has simulated its own Dragon’s Den and the demonstration “GHG Tooling” developed by TNO has won the game

On the 15th February in Rotterdam, our consortium has had the pleasure to meet up and to play an innovative game: the “Dragon’s Den”. Inspired by the popular TV show, our 10 demonstrations and 3 digital tools have been introduced to a jury of ports. The most concrete, innovative and attractive for the market have been elected and congratulated. The “GHG Tooling” led by TNO, the “Autonomous e-truck” led by DAF Trucks and the “Hybrid shunting locomotive” led by Port of Rotterdam and Prorail have been awarded with the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. The objective of this serious gaming was to reflect on the market adaptation of our demonstrators. Asking our technical partners to think about their work from a different angle was a very relevant exercise. Discover some images of this exciting day by watching our aftermovie.

Share on linkedin
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on email
Introducing Demo 10 – decreasing congestion in the port and its surroundings
For the “Spreading Road Traffic” project, we are working on shifting road distribution from peak hours to off-peak hours. We are doing this together...
Assessing the effectiveness of price-based incentive strategies for sustainable maritime shipping sectors
Work package 7 focuses on developing a suite of non-tech measures to support the uptake of green technologies. Non-tech measures consist of policy, market,...
An update on Demo 1 of the MAGPIE Project
Demonstrator 1 (Demo 1) is part of the Work Package 3, which focuses on energy requirements and supply chains. The main goals of this...