Science in the Cloud
Smart Citizens LabThe project Science in the Cloud researches how online platform KennisCloud should be designed for scientists, citizen scientists and knowledge institutions to collaborate on social and scientific issues.
Social Initiative in the Energy Transition
Smart Citizens LabCommissioned by the Nationaal Klimaat Platform (NKP), Waag Futurelab is working on the design of an programme on Social Initiative in the Energy Transition.
Human Values for Smarter Cities
Smart Citizens LabIn Human Values for Smarter Cities, Waag Futurelab investigates the process of procurement when applying smart city technology in public spaces.
Imagining public connectivity
Smart Citizens LabThe lack of meaningful imaginaries about 5G and the knowledge concentration within industries are catalysts of public distrust. We aim to create a shared knowledge base among citizens and governments to include citizens in official local decision-making processes around 5G.
Smart Citizens LabWith a broad coalition of social organisations, Waag works to strengthen the local, cooperative community economy in the Amsterdam metropolitan area.
Public Civil Cooperation
Smart Citizens LabIn this project, Waag investigates new knowledge and process models, which support sustainable cooperation between citizens and governments.
Smart Citizens LabTogether with citizens, investigative journalists and scientists, Waag research heat stress in the Netherlands.
Urban Ecology LabWithin T-Factor, Waag will help enrich and steer the Amsterdam Science Park masterplan towards urban ecology-related innovation and enterprise.
NWA Route Smart Liveable Cities
Smart Citizens LabWaag organises the route management around public programmes relating to ‘Smart, liveable cities’, aiming to better connect science with society.
Smart Citizens LabHollandse Luchten is a citizens science project where we involve citizens in measuring air quality in their environment in the Province of North Holland.
Healthy life, healthy microbiome
Smart Citizens LabWaag and the Microbiome Center are joining forces to research how technological solutions contributing to more control for patients in diseases related to their microbiome.
Shared Cities, Smart Citizens
Smart Citizens LabThis project examines the conditions for building a future smart city. Public values and the rights and needs of citizens play a central role.
Tipping the Balance
Smart Citizens LabThe aim of Tipping the Balance is to investigate which factors and strategies play a role in encouraging citizens to make healthier food choices.
Participation @ Waternet
Smart Citizens LabWaternet strives to make the participative approach their standard approach in working, when possible and relevant. Waag's Smart Citizen Lab, aimed at citizen science, will help Waternet in taking the first step from pilots to a new policy.
Smart Citizens LabSentinel Citizen connects air quality data generated by citizen measurements of the project Hollandse Luchten, with data from satellites of the European Space Agency.
Embassy of Health
Smart Citizens LabThe Embassy of Health explores challenges within healthcare and unites different perspectives on the crossings of technology, design, science, arts and healthcare.
Mobility Lab Bicycledatacommons
Commons LabThe Mobility Lab Bicycledatacommons explores the role of data commons in the usage of bicycle data.
Digital Identity Lab
Future Internet LabThe Digital Identity Lab looked for new ideas, concepts and concrete tools that can include a reliable and secure digital identity.
Smart Citizens LabMaking cooperative tools for civic participation and citizen science in the field of noise pollution.
Co-creation LabCo-creation is a powerful way to deal with 'wicked problems' and innovate your professional practice.
Mobility Urban Values
Future Internet LabMobility Urban Values (MUV) is a three-year European project that examines how to engage citizens with 'gamification' in stimulating towards sustainable mobility choices in their neighbourhood.
Co-creation LabCities-4-People is a three year project that aims to implement a pilot program running at five urban and peri-urban areas where citizens, city authorities and innovation experts will work together as ‘communities’ to define the transport and mobility challenges and priorities that interest them, co-design ideas and concepts, put these concepts to the real test and then scale up those more potent.