RIMS uses an experienced partner network structure
Successful drone and robotic innovation not only calls for in-depth technical knowledge, years of experience and cutting-edge creativity, but constructive partnerships are just as essential.
RIMS transforms new business challenges into technological innovations and practical added-value applications for maintenance in various industries.
In order to be successful in our projects, we use assistance from the best external partners. RIMS cooperates with local, regional and (inter)national business, government organizations or directly via individual entrepreneurs.
TU Delft – Knowledge and Innovation Community
The KICs at our partner, TU Delft – focus on major European themes and are initiated by the EIT (European Institute of Innovation & Technology). The EIT aims to increase European sustainable growth, competitiveness and innovation capacity. The KICs integrate: higher education, research and business. KICs carry out a whole range of activities, covering the entire innovation chain – including training and education programs, reinforcing the journey from research to the market, innovation projects and business incubators.
Website TU Delft
Delft Aerial Robotics
Delft Aerial Robotics (DAR) helps RIMS’ and our clients faster accelerate through a smart eco system and helps us to fully automate the drone workflow. DAR is focused on full autonomous flights, smart sensors, real-time data processing and communication with other intelligent network systems (IoT / IoE). Our drone model concepts can be scalable when the human factor is completely taken out of the loop. To accelerate development, RIMS, DAR and our other partners are part of the RoboValley ecosystem of startups, researchers and industry professionals.
Weconomics is a smart community for the organization of a sustainable prosperity. One of the most important pillars of the Weconomics Foundation is ‘smart, hybrid and scalable organizing‘, a mix between do it yourself (via the firm), or contracting out (via the market). The Weconomics approach offers many solutions to the increasing need of more productivity and flexibility with industry- and information workers in the 21st century. This helps everyone to benefit more from technology challenges and makes us more aware, more productive and more innovative.
RDM Makerspace / RDM Rotterdam
RDM Makerspace is located at the previous RDM ship wharf in Rotterdam. The location has been revived and now is a vibrant hotspot for technical education, shipping companies, and (nautical) industrial events in the middle of the Rotterdam city harbors. With the motto, Research, Design & Manufacturing – educational institutes and companies work together on new sustainable and innovative solutions for building construction, mobility and energy.
Website RDM Makerspace
In RoboValley, more than 170 robotics researchers from a multitude of fields collaborate with other experts, entrepreneurs and decision makers in both public and private sectors. As a result, a unique network is thriving, with TU Delft Robotics Institute at its heart. Therefore, RoboValley takes a leading role in the development of the next generation robotics.
Being at the forefront of the development of robotics has several advantages. Next to economic growth, the most important one is that this new generation of robotics can contribute to addressing major societal problems. Climate change, aging societies, growing world population and food shortage: these are issues which can be solved by robotics.