Over 35 innovative companies have found a home at RDM Rotterdam. Together, they create a special innovative vibe at this unique location. At RDM Rotterdam, companies have access to hi-tech facilities. They regularly set up new partnerships with educators and research institutes – allowing them to quickly put innovative new ideas into practice. At RDM Rotterdam, you can find a mix of start-ups, SME firms and global players in the maritime and offshore sectors.
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Ampelmann develops motion compensation systems that allow users to safely transfer from a ship at sea to a fixed offshore structure. The firm operates a fleet of over 35 systems, which can be found on every continent. The company can already put over 800,000 safe transfers around the world to its name.
RanMarine build drones that remove waste from the water and support the natural resilience of our oceans. Their fully autonomous drones swim through the water, collecting waste and other non-biodegradables, whilst gathering data about the environment.
Holland-RET (Renewable Energy Technologies) is the distributor for Ener-Core, Inc. USA. Ener-Core’s EcoStation technology enables traditional industrial processes to generate power from their waste gases, using this cutting-edge technology.
‘Rotterdam Additive Manufacturing LAB’ (RAMLAB) is the first 3D printing field lab that focuses on the port-related industry. With the use of 3D metal printers, replacement parts for ships can be manufactured within a few days.
CONCR3DE is involved with 3D concrete printing of complex components for the construction industry. In doing so, they make use of a sustainable type of concerete as an alternative to Portland cement, which causes pollution. Using their 3D concrete printer, they produce very precise products with a resolution of 200 microns. No only do they make a contribution to sustainable construction, but advanced construction components are also produced more efficiently.
RDM Makerspace offers everyone the opportunity to turn his or her idea into reality. For a modest fee, the members of RDM Makerspace gain access to a range of professional equipment that can be used to manufacture prototypes and designs.
The Dutch Drone Company was set up with the goal to make inspections safer and more efficient – with the aid of drones of course. By teaming up with various specialists in this field, the Dutch Drone Company is able to offer consistently high-quality products and services.
The Rotterdam firm Energy Floors is behind the introduction of the world’s first power-generating dance floor: The Sustainable Dance Floor. At RDM, the company’s seven employees work full-time renting out and selling the floor modules to clients the world over.
SkelEx is a non-powered upper-body exoskeleton to assist workers. This compact and lightweight device assists in doing laborious jobs involving the intensive use of arms more efficiently with less fatigue.
Aqitec is a development company specialised in integrated product development. They combine engineering, industrial design, hydrodynamics and/or electronics when developing the optimum product. They make the prototypes and first series of a product.