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Dielemans, Jasper (author)
In the previous decade, a new type of air travel has seen a surge of interest from established and start-up companies alike: Air Mobility, a type of short range air travel as an alternative to taking the train or the car. Part of air mobility are a new type of aircraft, called Electric Vertical Take-off and Landing vehicles (eVTOLs), which hold...
master thesis 2021
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Holzhaus, Ferdinand (author)
The deployability, regarding mobility, of Boskalis trenchers, is currently determined by practical knowledge. The lack of theoretical knowledge means that risk assessments in the tender phase are less accurate. This reduced accuracy has two negative consequences. First, the trencher may fail. Secondly, the safety margins can be too large. Both...
master thesis 2021
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Abel, Felix (author)
In this thesis, we propose a new class of pairwise frequency, multi-domain time synchronization and ranging algorithms for anchorless mobile networks of asynchronous nodes. We apply these techniques and study network and mission level aspects of time synchronization to Orbiting Low Frequency Array for Radio astronomy (OLFAR), a proposed...
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Chan, Rosetta (author)
This project is in collaboration with a start-up company: Thrivey. The product produced by Thrivey is an automatic tracking application (mobility tracker), also named Thrivey, that can track the movement of the user when they carry their smartphone with them. Furthermore, the future vision of Thrivey is to expand its user group and promote more...
master thesis 2021
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Deken, Mitchel (author)
Active inference is a novel brain theory based on the free energy principle, stating that every organism, in order to stay alive, minimizes a certain free energy. This theory is being translated into robot control, hoping to mimic the capabilities of the brain. Research in this field of robotics is still quite young, and active inference has yet...
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Aronna Cruz, Vinicius (author)
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting corona crisis has had a profound impact on mobility in the Netherlands and in the entire world. This study aims at predicting, modeling, and analyzing changes in the activity-travel behavior of individuals in the Rotterdam-The Hague Metropolitan Area, the Netherlands, during different...
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Vannesya Harahap, Nesya (author)
master thesis 2021
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Shah, Viraj (author)
The thesis mainly focuses on the challenges faced by electric vehicles in India. To overcome this various business model adopted globally are studied and analyzed in detail. Finally the business framework that can be adopted by EVs to succeed in Indian market is developed.
master thesis 2021
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van Gerrevink, Iris (author)
Mobility hubs are a promising concept that has been gaining increased attention. Mobility hubs, a place where several (shared) modalities are combined, are seen as an enabler of shared mobility. Shared mobility and mobility hubs could therefore provide attractive alternatives for private vehicles and contribute to municipal policy goals. Like to...
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Ahmed, Adeeb (author)
Ultra-Wideband (UWB) technology became unregulated within the EU in 2007. Most recently, it was integrated into mobile phones in 2019, notably Apply and Samsung adding it to all their newer models. While UWB is characterised as a radio technology with any signal above 500 MHz, it operates within the 6-9 GHz<br/>range in mobile phones. This...
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Heerkens, Evelien (author)
Mobile manipulators will be deployed in supermarkets for a large variety of tasks, for instance, for restocking products. The operation time of mobile manipulators can be reduced by generating coupled trajectories for the base and the robot's arm. When planning for high Degree of Freedom (DOF) robots, such as a mobile manipulator, in an obstacle...
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Rauwenhoff, Lodewijk (author)
With a fleet of 1,9 million vehicles, LeasePlan is the largest player on the lease and fleet management market in the Netherlands as well as worldwide (LeasePlan, 2021). They believe in their Car-as-a-Service strategy that unburdens users with the hassle that comes with the ownership of a car. The fleet of cars and light commercial vehicles is...
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Diaz Torre Sanchez, Eduardo (author)
People need to move from one place to another for different purposes, from education and work to leisure activities. Transportation means are a way to facilitate these movements. Nevertheless, the transportation sector generates negative externalities, the major ones being safety incidents, environmental impact, and traffic congestion (van Wee...
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Bai, Qian (author)
Roads in modern cities facilitate different types of users, including car drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians. These different users often have a designated section of the road to operate on. Road management, e.g., by municipalities, needs to take this sectioning into account, preferably in an efficient way. Mobile laser scanning (MLS) point...
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Buenaventura Camps, Marta (author)
New generations of mobile communications are much more demanding in order to provide critical real-time services and extremely fast connections that have become feasible with 5G. A wider spectrum is needed to achieve such high data rates and millimeter-wave frequencies are used for this purpose. Adaptive beamforming is applied at base stations...
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Pattarasumunt, Sorawit (author)
Bangkok, the primary mega-city of Thailand, had once been driven by water-based development until car mobility was introduced. Since then, the development has been gradually shifted to land-based. The dispersed roads and highways stimulated the urban sprawl where suburban gated communities are built in the outskirts, inaccessible by public...
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Hobeika, Nadine (author)
In 2017, the ‘Kustpact’, a Dutch national agreement, was signed to develop the Dutch coast without damaging its ecosystem nor its aesthetics. Consequently, the formation and protection of coastal dunes have become a focal point for research and development. For this reason, based on the idea of Performance-Based Design (PBD), this Master thesis...
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Wiemers, Marina (author)
With recent advances in performance and complexity, multi-party computation, a privacy-preserving technology which allows for joint processing of hidden input data, has lately been found to be applicable in a number of use cases. Despite existing implementations for secure data aggregation, substantial adoptions of the technology remain limited...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Neeleman, Fimme (author)
The IPv6 routing protocol for low-power and lossy networks (RPL) is a routing protocol that is standardized for constrained devices. This standard only considers static nodes and consequently underperforms in networks with moving nodes. Several studies exist intending to mend this problem, but analyses of RPL's performance in mobile situations...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Lim, Jeffrey (author)
We introduce Swipe for Science, a single-player mobile game designed for collecting discriminative evidence from crowds. When people play this game, we collect data about how certain concepts are associated with different contexts, which is valuable knowledge for machine learning systems. The main gameplay loop consists of swiping concepts up,...
bachelor thesis 2021
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