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!
If so, Urban ICT Arena is hiring and we could sure use your support! Please read more and apply if you are up for the challenge! We need your application by 4th November!
As we have told you before, we have an automagical bus stop at Urban ICT Arena. The bus stop is being redesigned in small steps to turn the entire bus stop into a display window for new smart city solutions.
Urban ICT Arena will be having its own booth during the smart cities exhibition and will also organize our own breakfast seminar. During the exhbition and conference you can learn about the latest research, exciting cases and listen to leading experts. Welcome!
According to a survey by the Swedish Standards Institute (SIS), the transport sector calls for international standards for the development of sustainable transport.
What a wonderful partner event we had at the NOD buliding last week! It was a day of collaboration and inspiration.
Imagicase has the goal of inspiring the next generation of female technologists and increasing the proportion of women studying and working in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Catalysts with the strength to challenge old truths in a resistant environment. They are rare and hard to find!
The 5G test platform that Ericsson offers to innovators and service developers within Urban ICT Arena now includes an edge cloud.
On today’s show, we get to hear Vilho talk about how everyone needs to innovate and that innovation is different for everyone – thus the importance of having different tools and processes. How do they do it? Taking you from curiosity to realized value.
The team is growing! And to be able to handle our European Regional development funded project “Frontrunners for sustainable Innovation”, we decided to expand our team by adding a Project Leader.
On today’s show, we talk about what a project coordinator at Urban ICT Arena does and Emma’s goals for her work. The interview is wrapped up by Naod asking Emma 10 quick questions with a twist!
On today’s episode we talk about Quentin’s involvement in various projects in the testbed, his background and how he ended up at Urban ICT Arena coming all the way from France?!
When technology starts finding its way into our schools, KTH students and researchers are ready with new solutions making sure no one gets left behind. KTH has listed 10 startups that can help schools keep up.
The purpose of the visit was to give the delegation a better understanding of the ICT cluster here in Kista and an insight to Urban ICT Arena.
EECS person of the year! The award aims to draw attention to people who have made major efforts for the EECS school and/or strongly contributed to the visibility of their business.
We are live with with the launch of Swedishtestbeds – a testbed portal for digitalized community building in Sweden inaugurated by Peter Eriksson, Minister for Housing and Digital Development!
If you put different people together, amazing things can emanate from open, structured collaboration. If everyone is alike, they will invent the same thing over and over again. which was the case during Eureka Innovation Days in Helsinki in May 2018.