The Swedish Civil Aviation Administration (Luftfartsverket) invites you Automation Day in Urban ICT Arena on November 19 2019. The focus of the day will be on air traffic management, in particular in terms of safety and performance with people in mind. You will be able to meet researchers in a personal, interactive environment that shows results and solutions in several different areas.
The bus stop at Kistagången has played an important role in understanding how street furniture could house sensors and smart city technolgies. Are bus stops the best solution going forward?
Kista Data Day was held for the first time this year, and while we don’t necessarily want to brag, it can only be described as a success. The event was created to bring the public sector and IoT-companies together.
Urban Drone Testbed has been the name of our project related to the construction of what we previously called a “drone testbed”. In order to clarify the project’s mission and purpose, we have decided to change the name.
Based on a recent survey we can conclude that public opinion on the use of drones in Järva is mostly positive, with high openness and curiosity. This is a fantastic result for us – it means that the public is on board with our future plans!
An interesting visit to Brussels resulted in new insights into Urban Air Mobility. The term refers to vehicles in the city airspace – which can be large or small flying vehicles that are or aren’t manned. It can be velocopters, drones, helicopters or whatever airborne vehicle you can think of.
Our new Associated Partner has recently begun establishing an IoT security lab. Read more about how important it is to build cyber security from the ground up – it is essentially the most important part of any IT infrastructure.
Bumbee Labs is one of our Supporting Partners – and they were with us on Kista Mobility Day to showcase their technology. Their innovative solutions in geolocation data, indoor navigation, visit flow data could be of great use for the development of smart mobility in our cities. If we can understand how people move, we are able to plan our cities accordingly.
We have a new Associated Partner! Read more about how we met Brent from Florence, Arizona and why it is one of the most interesting towns in the US.
Our new Associated Partner is located in the middle of the desert – and is one of the most interesting towns in the US. Florence inhabits 32.000 and is working hard with new approach to achieve great results as a smart city.
Thanks to all our partners for joining us for the most exciting day of the year! The day was filled with thrilling new technology, from autonomous vehicles to augmented reality and robots playing Connect Four. Relive the day through our photos.
We have interviewed Rong Du from KTH about the current project in our testbed, where a comparison between NB-IoT and LoRaWAN is made – the project is coming along nicely!
Is it possible to increase acceptance for data collection with the use of design language? Could the term “Legal design” be the key to shaping a more transparent use of policies and laws – and make it less boring?
The challenges of constructing a drone testbed in an urban environment are becoming clear – but setting up a testbed in “the most dreaded place for drones” is half the fun!