This project is a summer internship hosted by the Ericsson Garage, at Ericsson Research, and driven by Strategic Design, also at Ericsson Research. The project team consists of six students, two with interaction and product design background (UID) and four from various engineering programs (KTH). The designers will lead the concept and narrative development, meanwhile the engineering part of the team will be responsible for prototyping parts of the concepts.
This project would aim to develop examples of new digital services to address the current issues and challenges in the Slakthusomådet/Arenaområdet. These new digital services would be developed based on the new insights gained from innovative visualization and analysis of the real-time data on the flow of vehicles, parking, bicycles and pedestrians, their correlations with big events, weather and other parameters, and mapping these transport needs with existing public transport schedules and capacity.
Skarl has provided R&D into novel technologies for environmental monitoring involving unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs / drones). By the end of the project, Skarl has been able to showcase remote live data streaming using Urban ICT Arena’s base infrastructure.
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 project owner, Stockholm City Archives is part of the Founding Partner Stockholm City. Stockholm’s city archive has the ambition to be Sweden’s leading archive by being most keen and relevant, as well as modernest, most accessible, outgoing and user-oriented. During 2017-2018, a new public archive and arena for conversations focusing on Stockholm’s historical and future urban development will be built at Liljeholmskajen.
Our extensive Vinnova application Open Innovation for Industry has been granted and now nine innovation projects are starting up in open testbed Urban ICT Arena. The long-term goal of the project is to increase innovation collaboration between large and small companies, paving the way for Swedish industry to be in the digital forefront and to create new jobs in growing companies.
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.
Kista Mobility Week is an event organized by Ericsson, Nobina and Kista Science City AB in collaboration with CityMobil2 (self-driving buses) within the scope of Drive Sweden. The self-driving buses were tested in Sweden for the first time and the mayor of Stockholm and Infrastructure Minister of Sweden were on site for a ride on the buses.
List of the Not Boring Projects being conducted in Urban ICT Arena. Project Owners play a crucial role in Urban ICT Arena by making things happen so we can fulfill our aims. Submit an application and present your Not Boring idea today.