Registration is now open for DRIVE Festival 2021

We are pleased to announce that the registration for DRIVE Festival 2021 is now open. Just like last year, it will be a hybrid and interactive online event that you can join from home! Everyone who's interested can join. Of course, signing up is free of charge. We'll send you the livestream link before the event starts. We look forward to meeting you online!

Reserve your spot in the online audience for the session(s) of your choice: Mobility, Circular & Biobased Building, Health, Safety and Food & Water. Have a look below!

Mobility | Monday 18 October | 10.30 - 11.30 am

About designing for / with conflicting use of space in the living environment and freedom of movement for all parts of society. Confirmed speakers: Rob Adams, Bob Corporaal and Dorota Gazy. Register here.

Circular & Biobased Building | Tuesday 19 October | 10.30 - 11.30 am

About designing (for) a circular economy while at the same time dealing with challenges such as health, human waste and value scaling. Speakers will be revealed soon! Register here.

Health | Wednesday 20 October | 10.30 - 11.30 am

Where we want to further explore which methods ensure that healthcare providers and patients are more involved in the healthcare system of the future, and what this could look like. Confirmed speakers: Ingeborg Griffioen & Jasper Brands. More speakers will be revealed soon! Register here.

Safety | Thursday 21 October | 10.30 - 11.30 am

About prevention of the undermining of the rule of law, both online and offline. About design against fake news, for an inclusive society in which everyone feels positively involved, and about design as a tool for the work of various security professionals. Confirmed speaker: Tabo Goudswaard. More speakers will be revealed soon! Register here.

Food & Water | Friday 22 October | 10.30 - 11.30 am

About designing for healthy food environments, motivating healthy and sustainable behaviour and making complex data manageable in order to arrive at individual choices. Confirmed speakers: Monique Simons, Sanne Kistemaker and Stefanie Salmon. Register here.