Petra blogs about the importance of meeting IRL and how she by chance found a new member to draft to her steering committee.
Two weeks ago, there was a proof of concept for the Smart Locks project just outside of our office.
Kista Mobility Week 2019 is getting closer. Now is the time to submit your plans. Kista Mobility Week has been a staple in Kista Science City since 2016 – it is without a doubt the most exciting week every year. This time it’s bigger than ever – Ericsson and the City of Stockholm will, together […]
Master’s students in the Urban Infrastructure course at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology were asked to develop imaginative and creative proposals for the Urban ICT Arena through a combination of technological innovation and urban development.
A number of students of KTH are studying the differences and comparing NB-IoT and LoRaWan in the Urban ICT Arena for their master thesis.
The rapid technological development has created possibilities to create a more efficient urban and regional planning. The aim of the project Idéverkstad Innovationslabb is to create closer ties between the different actors in the process, as well as between actors and citizens, and inspire the private sector and businesses to make bigger leaps in the process of urban and regional planning.
How can we create a smarter use of sensors in our cities?
Järfälla Municipality joins Urban ICT Arena as a Supporting Partner. We are looking forward to exploring future possibilities together.
Welcome to take the free Bus to FPX Gälve on May 2nd and use blockchain with real data sets! Lunch is included, bring your own laptop.
In accordance with the European Commission’s Cohesion Policy, Urban ICT Arena have defined its role within smart specialization in the Stockholm Region – Sustainable and Connected City.
In collaboration with The City of Stockholm, we present the project Smart Locks. The aim of the project is to create a more effective key management that will lead to less time consumption, better working conditions and increased accessibility to premises owned by the city, but not at the cost of security and integrity.
Let me introduce you to the Lasagna Model – which is the Swedish way to present the complex constitution of digitalization and connectivity infrastructure in several horizontal layers.
In the Sjyst Data! project, Urban ICT Arena and its partners aim to create a positive foundation for business development based on user data that promotes trust based on legal, ethical and business requirements, as well as lay the groundwork for integrity certification.
The pre-study aims to assemble the necessary actors and conditions in order to develop and test drone relevant hardware, software and regulations and by that design the socio-technical system for safe and large-scale, regular drone usage in an urban environment.