The Stockholm City Archives has initiated the second phase of the Smart and Connected Archives project together with Founding Partner RISE.
This workshop will gather representatives from photonics companies, medtech companies, end-users and researchers interested in commercialization addressing the global healthcare market.
Petra Dalunde, Chief Operating Officer at Urban ICT Arena, was interviewed by newspaper Mitt i Stockholm. Read about what she has in store for 2018 around the concept of the Automagic City.
Urban ICT Arena has taken the Stockholm city archives through several #notboring workshops! End result? Building a new smart and public archive!
The new advanced measurement stations use a 3D technology capable of counting individual pedestrians even when it’s clogged with people on the sidewalk.
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.
Around 30 people, from industry, academia and the public sector, met up in the NOD Building in Kista Science City on 28th March. The purpose was to jointly create an embryo of a Digital Strategy for Smart and Connected Archives in one day. The workshop was led by me, Petra Dalunde, COO of Urban ICT Arena.