Collaboration makes Unmanned Valley the first location in the Netherlands where companies can easily get started with all kinds of IoT applications, from LoRa to 5G
300,000 euros accelerated funding available for start-ups and scale-ups at Unmanned Valley.
Dunea, State Forestry and Unmanned Valley are to explore the possibility of carrying out drone and other sensor-based research in the Berkheide dune area.
In a unique year, major steps have been taken in the development of Unmanned Valley. The field lab really came to life last year. 2021 has got off to a promising start.
We have accelerated the second phase of the development of ‘Building 356’. A maker space will also be built and the possibilities for indoor testing will be expanded.
Also MBO College Airport to start the first three-year drone course in the Netherlands.
Unmanned Valley is launching a study into the exact route of a corridor from Unmanned Valley to the sea and the preconditions under which BVLOS flights can be carried out in this corridor.
Unmanned Valley welcomes the first companies, all active in the field of aerospace, drones and sensors.
As of October 5, you can travel from Leiden Central Station to Unmanned Valley (and vice versa) three times an hour in approximately 25 minutes.
BVLOS flying means an enormous impulse for the further development of drone applications and the Dutch drone sector.