Urban ICT Arena’s open testbed, which aims to showcase both wired and wireless technologies and to serve as a platform for innovation. The testbed consists of several types of IT infrastructure supplied and operated by contributing partners, and which are openly accessible to Project Owners. Read more about becoming a Project Owner here.
Urban ICT Arena’s testbed features:
• Stokab’s dark fiber, which serves as the IT infrastructure base (around 15 access points in the Kista area – see figure) – to be used by all different types of projects
• S:t Erik Kommunikation’s WiFi and IP/Ethernet access – for projects targeting applications and solutions supporting the City of Stockholm and its departments
• Ericsson’s 5G network – for projects focusing on next generation radio applications
• Intel/Connode’s 6LoWPAN mesh network – for projects exploring early adoption of IoT solutions
• Telia’s WiFi
• and more.
The testbed is
made available to Project Owners to create opportunities for innovation and progress. If you would like to be a part of this open and innovative ecosystem, go to http://www.urbanictarena.se/project-application-form/ and fill out your application today.
If you would like to start a project and use IT infrastructure, please contact the infrastructure provider of your choice to initiate contact, propose your project and reach an agreement.
The testbed infrastructure
is coordinated by RISE ICT on behalf of Kista Science City AB.
If you need help with something in the testbed, please contact Head of the IT Infrastructure Committee Anders Gavler +46 70 652 49 38.
For more information, please contact COO Petra Dalunde +46 70 492 09.
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