Stokab has built the new and highly unusual fiber network used in Urban ICT Arena. The network extends from Ärvinge soccer field and along Kistagången. The unusual thing about the fiber network is that Stokab has chosen to mount fiber on various objects in the outdoor environment, including bus stops.
It is planned to redesign an entire bus stop into a display window for new smart city solutions. For example, a 5G base mini station has been built into a caisson right next to it that is connected to the bus stop. In the future, it is hoped that the 5G base station can be built into the framework of the bus stop.
Last but not least, the bus stop has also received a slight cosmetic change with the help of light that shines in different colors, and one of the glass walls in the bus stop has been replaced with a giant interactive display.
We hope that the bus stop will be even more automagical. Now we need help finding the spells for it!
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Stokab is an independent provider of passive infrastructure consisting of optical fibers without active termination equipment, i.e. dark fiber and is owned by the Stockholm City Council.