Minister Opstelten (Security and Justice) and Mayor Van Aartsen (municipality of The Hague) have officially opened the HSD Campus. Minister Opstelten: "Security issues are becoming increasingly important and complex. Thus, cooperation between government, industry and science is very important. The new HSD Campus offers plenty of space for these public- private partnerships and encourages innovations in the security domain."
The Hague attaches great importance to the further development of the security cluster. Research shows that the sector has great growth potential. Deputy Mayor Henk Kool (Economics): "The Hague has been investing in the national security cluster The Hague Security Delta. This cluster is both socially and economically important and reflects the identity of The Hague as an international city of peace and justice. The new partnership with the government and the innovation regions Twente and Brabant is therefore of great importance to strengthen the Dutch security cluster and our international competitiveness.”
About the HSD Campus
The HSD Campus is the national innovation centre of the Dutch security cluster, with living labs, education and training facilities, flexible office space and meeting rooms. Businesses, government and knowledge institutes from across the country collaborate to harvest knowledge, and develop products and services that contribute to a safer and more secure world.
At the HSD Campus, they have access to flexible office space, training facilities, meeting rooms and state-of-the-art labs for Serious Gaming , Real-time Intelligence and (cyber) incident experiences. At the HSD Campus, the latest developments in the field of security are demonstrated, and wide-ranging information about the security cluster can be obtained.