Innovatieclusters en fieldlabs

De TU Delft Campus onderscheid zich ondere met een netwerk van fieldlabs en innovatie-clusters rondom specifieke onderzoeksthema’s. Deze publiek-private locaties brengen innovatie door nauwe samenwerking op gang.

Fieldlabs zijn fysieke testlocaties waar verschillende partijen samenwerken om nieuwe technologieën te ontwikkelen, testen, leren implementeren en opschalen voor commerciële toepassingen. Onze fieldlabs en innovatieclusters brengen onderzoekers, studenten, ondernemers en bedrijven bij elkaar en stellen hen in staat innovatie te versnellen. Dankzij de hechte samenwerking tussen onderzoekers, het bedrijfsleven, overheden en eindgebruikers kunnen deze innovaties sneller naar de samenleving gebracht. Geïnteresseerd in deelname aan een van onze innovatieclusters of fieldlabs? Bekijk het aanbod van TU Delft fieldlabs hieronder.

De fieldlabs van de TU Delft



Digicampus connects the fragmented innovation landscape, so that science, government, market parties and citizens can jointly shape the public services of the future. This unique partnership is established by Delft University of Technology, Logius, ICTU and the Nederland ICT.


Digital Factory for Composites

Open and cross-sectoral innovation in the business of Digital Manufacturing and composite.


Delft on Internet of Things (Do IoT)

Gateway to 5G+ IoT Research & Education at TU Delft for academic and industrial partners.


Floodproof Holland

Floodproof Holland works on temporary flood defences and dike sensors. The Floodproof Holland Fieldlab is part of the Valorisation Programme Delta Technology & Water (VPdelta).


Polder Roof

Research and test facility for water management and climate adaptation in urban areas. The Polder Roof is part of the Valorisation Programme Delta Technology & Water (VPdelta).


Researchlab Autonomous Shipping Delft (RASD)

An outdoor space for autonomous shipping experiments that brings together everyone involved in the autonomous shipping industry.



QuTech aims to develop scalable prototypes of a quantum computer and an inherently safe quantum internet, based on the fundamental laws of quantum mechanics. To achieve these ambitious goals, they bring together scientists, engineers and industry in an inspiring environment.



RoboHouse is RoboValley’s Smart Industry Fieldlab where innovative organisations and individuals can discover the possibilities cognitive robotics offer, develop their own applications and test them in an industrial setting.


Rotterdam the Hague Innovation Airport (RHIA)

Rotterdam the Hague Innovation Airport (RHIA) is an international testing ground for sustainable innovations in the aviation sector.


Proeftuin op de Noordzee

Testing of new products and applications for the maritime sector.


Smart Advanced Manufacturing XL

Automated manufacture of large-size lightweight composite parts for aircraft, wind turbine blades, spacecraft and maritime applications.


The Green Village

Solving the world’s largest challenges requires radically new connections. The Green Village’s goal is to accelerate the development and implementation of these radical innovations. We do this by bringing together everyone who needs to be involved – scientists and engineers, businesses, the public, and government – at an inspiring place where innovations can be developed, tested and demonstrated by these partners. In an experimental real-life setting, a true living lab at Delft University of Technology that is open to anyone, including you.


Ultra Personalised Products and Services

Within the Fieldlab UPPS it is possible to collect 3D data and subject it to extensive analyses, to study parametric design techniques and flexible production techniques and ultimately also to evaluate the ultra-personalized products and processes in a lab setting. To discover what the next step can be for a new generation of personalized products, companies and professionals can get advice on personalized designs and explanations about what it all involves.


Unmanned Valley Valkenburg

Unmanned Valley is a field lab for sensor-based technologies located at the former Valkenburg naval air base in Katwijk. In the fast growing industry of drone and related technologies, Unmanned Valley offers indoor and outdoor facilities for companies and knowledge institutes to develop, test and implement new sensor-based solutions.


Virtual Reality Design Methods Lab

At the Virtual Reality Design Methods Lab, virtual reality is used for designing, modifying, and re-using new and existing buildings, city districts and landscapes. VRDML offers the necessary space, equipment and staff support for selected enterprises in the architectural services industry to get acquainted with VR and AR as new technologies. It enables them to co-develop together with TU Delft staff new applications that will increase their competitiveness.

Overzichtskaart TU Delft fieldlabs