The 5G test platform that Ericsson offers to innovators and service developers within Urban ICT Arena now includes an edge cloud. Applications that need to be executed close to the end user – in other words, those that need very low latency or deal with a lot of local data – can now be tested in a real network […]
This Summer School on Smart Cities will provide an overview of the latest technological progress related to smart cities via realistic case studies delivered by well known scholars, active researchers and practitioners, as well as present challenges and opportunities for future research and applications.
Flame is looking for innovative companies or research centers interested in pushing the frontier of #mediadelivery. The 1st Open Call kicks off on 9th April 2018!
We hope that the bus stop will be even more automagical. Now we need help finding the spells for it!
Procera is involved in the Open Innovation for Industry project where Urban ICT Arena aims to develop high-level best practices that facilitate innovation collaboration between large and small companies.
A 5G-connected car is tested in Urban ICT Arena, a collaboration between the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Scania and Ericsson. A few kilometers from Kista, the vehicle, runs around a track and the newspaper Svenska Dagbladet got the chance to testdrive the car and published a article about the experience.
Today’s Not Boring Podcast features Visibike, a startup focusing on security services for bicycles using 5G.
Urban ICT Arena partners Ericsson and Telia Company have officially taken 5G out of the labs and onto the street. The trial featured highly successful speed and latency tests.
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.