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.
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.
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!
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.
Järfälla Municipality joins Urban ICT Arena as a Supporting Partner. We are looking forward to exploring future possibilities together.
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.
Today’s workshop with invited public organizations focused on identifying challenges and obstacles to better understand and facilitate the process forward.
The City of Stockholm’s work on developing tomorrow’s lock solutions is in full swing. For five weeks, a number of companies will test and contribute to the development of future lock solutions.
Watch this short animated film on how we can create a smarter use of data in our cities!
In December, Sara Nozkova joined us in the role of project coordinator where she will mainly be responsible for project plans, contracts and evaluations of finished projects during Emma Karlsson’s maternity leave.
We are launching Ignite Public, which will strive to increase collaboration and business between small enterprises and the public sector in Sweden.
Developing drones for the distribution of products and services in an urban environment presents a complex challenge that demands new airspace infrastructure. How will they be allowed to move, and how can they be integrated into the social structure? What are the possibilities and limitations for creating new, large-scale and secure infrastructure? To explore how […]
Urban ICT Arena and SIS invite you to a joint breakfast seminar on innovation for the future of transport – and the role of standards in development.
Do you have an idea or problem that you’ve been thinking about? Anything that has to do with community or digital building materials? Then one of these workshops is for you!