At the Urban Drone Lab the potential positive use cases of drones will be developed, tested and showcased within areas such as environment, health, digitization and autonomous transportation. The testbed will be open to public and private actors to develop and test drone services and applications relevant to their business, operations or research.
Bluemix™ is the latest cloud offering from IBM®. It enables organizations and developers to quickly and easily create, deploy, and manage applications on the cloud.
The OPEN 1800 is infrastructure for development and education as well as SMEs, providing 2G technology for easy and low-threshold costs. The service is operated by Wireless@KTH, VNL/Omoco and WX3.
At Urban ICT Arena, Bumbee Labs will install an analysis system with intelligent algorithms for positioning of visitor flows. The installation will cover Kistagången from Kistagallerian to Kistamässan and will provide the project with visitor flow statistics.
Silver Spring Networks are pleased to offer Project Owners in Urban ICT Arena access to both the SilverLink wireless IoT network and the SLV6 smart city platform.
MediaSense is an Internet-of-Things platform for seamless, scalable data sharing, which works for peer-to-peer communication via a heterogeneous network overlay. MediaSense avoids a central failure point, is scalable for sensor data sharing and supports bi-directional communication.
LoRaWAN is a low power wide area network technology designed for internet of things (IoT) applications in urban and other environments. In Urban ICT Arena the LoRa systems are connected via optical fiber to an IoT platform at RISE ICT in Hudiksvall.
The Smart+Connected Digital Platform helps enable an open architecture that supports the integration of multiple solutions, applications, and sensors. The Cisco® solutions portfolio offers a new breed of robust and efficient urban services. Our solutions can effectively aggregate and analyze incoming data, provide correlated data as needed across domains—for example, flow density, emissions, and lighting […]
Urban ICT Arena will feature 15 WiFi access points that together will form a WiFi network with 802.1X encryption.
CyanConnode and Intel provide communications infrastructure to enable an open standard-based testbed for Smart City applications in Urban ICT Arena. CyanConnode provides an open standard-based communications solution that enables interested project partners to use an IPv6 mesh network. The initial focus will be on bringing coverage to the main parts of Kista by deploying a few gateway nodes at strategic locations in Kista.
Ericsson has a 5G Proof of Concept (PoC) network in Kista that will be made available to UICTA partners for exploring innovations. The idea behind this is to provide a dedicated network where users from academia, research and industry, and operators and device partners can develop 5G use cases in collaboration with Ericsson.
Urban ICT Arena’s dark fiber network is owned by Stokab. Fiber optics is by far the fastest technology for data transmission. The single-mode fibers used by Stokab have low attenuation, support communication over long distances and enable very high transmission capacity.
Urban ICT Arena’s open testbed gives Project Owners open access to Stokab’s dark fiber, S:t Erik Kommunikation’s WiFi and IP/Ethernet access, Ericsson’s 5G network, Intel/Connode’s 6LoWPAN mesh network, Telia’s WiFi, and more.