Fascination for science, design and engineering is what drives the more than 25,000 students and 5,000 employees of Delft University of Technology, known as TU Delft. TU Delft is not only the oldest, but also the largest technical university in the Netherlands. It is consistently ranked as the top university in the Netherlands, and it is among the top 20 in Engineering and Technology worldwide. TU Delft cooperates with many other educational and research institutions in the Netherlands and abroad and is known for the high standard of research and education.

At TU Delft, various disciplines and faculties are working on technology and innovation in Internet of Things. All disciplines are bundled in the Delft on Internet of Things (Do IoT) initiative. In doing so, TU Delft focusses on research and experimentation in practice, pushing the boundaries of what is possible with state-of-the-art IoT technology. This TU Delft initiative is founder of the Do IoT Fieldlab and directly connects the TU Delft people with relevant expertise and related state-of-the art technologies in the field of IoT.

TU Delft has a long tradition of pioneering technical-scientific research and education, which is leading both nationally and internationally, and has the ambition to continue and expand this tradition and thereby create social impact. TU Delft has founded Do IoT Fieldlab, together with public-private partners, to stimulate and facilitate companies, researchers, governments and knowledge institutions to collaborate on radical innovation in the field of 5G and IoT. Linking fundamental research to possible applications in realistic practical environments ensures that these innovations can reach society more quickly.

Management of the Do IoT Fieldlab is carried out by TU Delft.