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?
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.
Cyclists are among the most injured groups in traffic. GCITY will investigate and introduce a concept study aiming to reduce the probability of bicycle accidents by increasing driver awareness of surrounding cyclists and motor vehicles.
The project aims to combine end-user integrity on the Internet with the ability to work with business development based on user data.
In collaboration with multiple partners, Hexatronic Cables & Interconnect Systems will develop a technical solution for the fiber connection of WLAN, 5G and future wireless technologies.
The Bounty Kaiser project aims to develop, test and provide components relating to cyber security and cyber resilience for the Urban ICT Arena testbed and its partners and project owners. The project owner is the Stockholm University Department of Computer and Systems Sciences and the project manager is Sekten Ethical Hacking Group (part of DISK Student Union).
The world’s first 5G Bike developed by students and industrial partners in Kista Mentorspace is revolutionizing Kista. The Not Boring 5G Bike is the sidekick of Petra Dalunde and serves as a rolling wireless LAN access point, HTTP server, data center, Bluetooth device, and Internet of Things platform.