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.
The City of Stockholm’s work on developing tomorrow’s lock solutions is in full swing. For five weeks, a number of companies will test and contribute to the development of future lock solutions.
The Stockholm City Archives has initiated the second phase of the Smart and Connected Archives project together with Founding Partner RISE.
One sunny April morning in Kista about 30 people gathered deep inside Time Building in Kista to innovate the Smart Bus Stop. Interested in what conclusions we arrived at?
Yggio Platform in Urban ICT Arena. Pronounced ig-e-o, enables multipoint-to-multipoint connectivity, offers device and service interoperability and secures personal data privacy.
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.