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Welcome to Futureland - Automation in the Port of Rotterdam, in Volume #49

My article 'Welcome to FutureLand" has been published in issue 49 of Volume, 'Hello World.' 

'Welcome to FutureLand' explains the economic, political, and planning rationale behind the automated containers terminals in the area Maasvlakte 2 in the Port of Rotterdam. The article explains the reasons why automation technologies were embraced, and their impact in the organization and design of infrastructures, territories, and architecture.

Read the full article here.

More information on Volume #49 'Hello World'


Volume #49: Hello World!
Editor in Chief: Arjen Oosterman
Designed by Irma Boom and Julia Neller
128 Pages
Soft-cover binding
ISSN 1574-9401
ISBN 9789077966495

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