In Urban ICT Arena we believe in collective knowledge and collaboration to spark innovations. We would like your help to improve the prerequisite for sharing knowledge. This survey aims to study collaboration patterns and to improve innovation capacity.
Quentin Lombardi is in his last year of a master’s degree in business innovation from France and has decided to do his internship at Urban ICT Arena. Welcome to be NotBoring with us!
The Stockholm City Archives has initiated the second phase of the Smart and Connected Archives project together with Founding Partner RISE.
The online course serves as an introduction to government officials, agencies, organizations and companies interested in utilizing drones to improve their operations.
The startup, which is part of Urban ICT Arena, is one step closer to solving the challenge of 4 billion people. They are developing a mobile app that allows people to digitally register a physical address!
RISE invites Urban ICT Arena Partners and Project Owners to team up for drone test flights at the Västervik testbed. This is a unique opportunity that you don´t want to miss!
Frontrunners for Sustainable Innovation will make it easier for SMEs to benefit from the specialized testing and demonstration environments in the Stockholm region.
We have this new ERDF project Frontrunners together with Södertälje Science Park – Lean Production, KTH/Open lab – Design Thinking. In this project, we are going to visualize the innovation ecosystem for SMEs, helping them to take their innovations to market faster.
Digital Nordix joins Urban ICT Arena as a Supporting Partner. DNX will provide expertise and infrastructure for managing the operation and maintenance of the open networks that process IoT data generated by Urban ICT Arena.
One sunny April morning in Kista about 30 people gathered deep inside Time Building in Kista to innovate the Smart Bus Stop. Interested in what conclusions we arrived at?
This Summer School on Smart Cities will provide an overview of the latest technological progress related to smart cities via realistic case studies delivered by well known scholars, active researchers and practitioners, as well as present challenges and opportunities for future research and applications.
During the event, we got the chance to experience live demos and highlights from Ericsson Garages all over the world, including ideas on how you can tackle future use cases and applications across industries to create emerging business.
This workshop will gather representatives from photonics companies, medtech companies, end-users and researchers interested in commercialization addressing the global healthcare market.
Within the framework of the project, we have now developed the first part of guidelines for data protection and GDPR subtitled “Good integrity in digital service and business development”, which you can download free of charge.