Value for the Dutch high tech industry
This includes systems and technology for measuring radiation, light and particles and determining and monitoring position, movement and vibration. Additionally, management, processing and interpretation of (sensor) data for Big Science. Further aspects are instruments for Research & Development and production processes, and instruments for satellites.
What we do as Holland High Tech
Holland High Tech supports the sector by funding research and innovation and by finding the right partners in the business community, and within government and education. We contribute to the international perspective.
Advanced Instrumentation Road Map
In Holland High Tech’s 2020-2030 road map you can read how the sector will develop in the next ten years. This road map is a stakeholder vision of the R&D needs of the Dutch sector associated with this technology in the period up to 2030. This road map is intended as a guideline that sets out a further development path for the industry and its stakeholders, and defines a supportive strategy for government, to ensure optimal continued development in partnership with education and to contribute to solutions in this decade.
Holland High Tech and University of Twente are launching nine research and development projects
Approval of government support for Dutch micro- and nanoelectronics innovations
Interview with Fred Roozeboom winner Gordon E. Moore Award
Advanced instrumentation road map team
For the Netherlands, innovation is essential. We are working on smart technologies to address major societal challenges: Dutch solutions to global issues. Through technological innovation and with our unique knowledge, we as a country are acting to ensure security of work and income in the future. Holland High Tech increases the impact of innovation. Find out more about our themes and our (key) technologies.