In 1998 Philips established the High Tech Campus for all its national R&D activities. In 2003 the Campus was opened up to other technological companies. The result was massive growth. Since the acquisition in March 2012, the Campus entered a new phase of entrepreneurial ownership and vision.
The High Tech Campus Eindhoven is the smartest km² in The Netherlands with more than 120 companies and institutes, and over 11,000 researchers, developers and entrepreneurs working on developing future technologies and products.Campus companies (a.o. Philips, NXP, IBM, Intel) strategically decide what knowledge, skills and R&D facilities they share in order to achieve faster, better and more customer-oriented innovation in the application fields Health, Energy and Smart Environments. Located at the heart of Brainport Campus companies are responsible for nearly 40% of all Dutch patent applications.
Investment date: 2012