With our projects we turn our vision of a livable and sustainable world into reality. Curious about what we have achieved so far? Below you will find an overview of the projects we have been working on recently (and of which we are very proud).




School2Walk is a collaborative project organized by EIT Urban Mobility of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, with the goal of developing a walk-sharing app for children.

Parking counting Haarlem

Commissioned by Aan het Spaarne BV, we conducted a parking count for the municipality of Haarlem in the area around a development site, the Scheepmakerskwartier.

Implementation plan Leidschendam-Voorburg

Client: Gemeente Leidschendam-Voorburg
In cooperation with Haagse Shuttle BV, The Future Mobility Network developed an implementation plan for a schedule of self-driving shuttles between The Hague Mariahoeve train station and The Mall of The Netherlands.

Feasibility study Landgoed ‘t Loo

Client: Landal GreenParks
The Future Mobility Network, in partnership with Estate 't Loo and Dutch Automated Mobility, has begun a feasibility study of the potential for robotic park operations.

LivingLapt pilot Helmond

Client: EIT, Urban Mobility
The LivingLAPT project provides sustainable, self-driving shuttle and logistics services between different cities in Europe. FMN was the responsible party for the safe execution and operational management of the pilot within this project in Helmond.

Mobility realter Rivierenland

Client: Regio Rivierenland
Regio Rivierenland is facing an accessibility problem, leading to a high reliance on cars by many people. We have developed a package of measures to alleviate peak traffic congestion and reduce CO2 emissions.
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Feasibility study Efteling shuttle

Client: Efteling
To accommodate the large influx of visitors, the Efteling is considering the implementation of automated transportation. We conducted a feasibility study to assess the viability of this concept.
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Manual World bank

Client: Wereldbank
Commissioned by The World Bank, we wrote a manual that describes all current developments regarding self-driving shuttles. The manual serves as a guide to safely deploy the shuttles in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
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Knowledge development Digital Infrastructure

To make automated driving possible in the future, we are investigating opportunities to make the infrastructure more intelligent and to realize communication between transport and infrastructure.