Is your company or organisation interested in urban drone traffic and its possibilities? We would like to take the lead and build an international consortium with stakeholders interested in the following project investigating the urban airspace rules and regulation.
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!
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.
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?
Join us on June 12 for a showcase for the future of city mobility – including autonomous vehicles, 5G enabled technology and much more.
Two weeks ago, there was a proof of concept for the Smart Locks project just outside of our office.
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.
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.
In Ignite Public we match relevant startups with the needs of public sector. This pilot project is run by Ignite Sweden and Kista Science City. The project builds on the model developed by Ignite Sweden for corporate and startup collaboration. With well-proven tools the project will identify challenges, and match these with new innovations and solutions from start-ups.