Akka Netherlands

International engineering consultancy group AKKA offers innovative services worldwide, from R&D to after-market, together with its 21,000 experts. The digital revolution is transforming the industrial eco-system in all sectors. Technologies such as AI, Big Data, VR and IoT impact traditional processes, and the flexibility and speed of innovation and production. With this in mind, AKKA designed a plan to support customers and employees and to keep working on tomorrow’s technologies. With this clear action plan AKKA has the ambition to become a company with a €2.5 billion revenue by 2022. CLEAR 2022 is based on 5 pillars: Customer- build valued and deep relationships with customers, where AKKA proactively offers solutions with added value for the customer; Leadership in innovation- increase the potential for innovation at customers through co-innovation, by combining AKKA Research, digital know-how and industrial expertise; Excellence in delivery- AKKA continues expanding around the world, making sure clients profit from knowledge gathered worldwide for big or transnational projects; Attractive for employees- by creating the jobs of tomorrow and offering young talents targeted support, AKKA aims to employ 25,000 people by 2022; Result driven- AKKA offers a result-oriented approach with a positive effect, for AKKA, its employees and its customers.

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Link & Go is a dual-mode, connected, urban, electric car. Innovations developed during this project will help to drive the design changes for future vehicles while reducing the environmental impact of urban transport.

There is as yet no all-electric autonomous city car on the market. Autonomous vehicles either have internal combustion engines and robot drivers, or are experimental low-speed electrically-powered platforms. AKKA has gone beyond these two approaches to address real needs of drivers.