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Exploring new ways for future sustainable mobility in Kista

Exploring new ways for future sustainable mobility in Kista

It was in Kista that we saw the first self-driving vehicle on public roads in the Nordic region, the first 5G-connected self-driving bus and self-driving trucks. Kista is a hub for technology development in the field of transport and for innovative mobility solutions....

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How sensors can make regular waste containers smart

How sensors can make regular waste containers smart

Norrsidans Innovation provides an IoT solution for smart waste management. After working on a prototype at Södertälje Science Park and using the testbed at Urban ICT Arena, they are now ready for the next step. Today waste containers in cities are emptied according to...

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Finding common ground for drones in the Nordics

Finding common ground for drones in the Nordics

What role will drones play in the Nordic countries? What set of local challenges lays ahead? The work within the Nordic Drone Initiative (NDI) continues. Kista Science City and Urban ICT Arena announced our partnership with other Nordic clusters back in September. The...

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Four new partners join Urban ICT Arena

Four new partners join Urban ICT Arena

Urban ICT Arena welcomes four new partners – CaCharge, Freelway, MoveAbout and WSI.  Our cities need to be more sustainable, and a key part is smart and effective transportation. Three our new partners provide interesting products and solutions for the mobility...

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Air quality sensors being tested in Kista

Air quality sensors being tested in Kista

Two companies are measuring air quality on vehicles in Kista. In coordination with our pilot project DELTA, where connected last-mile vehicles are being tested, Edeva and Smart Sensor Devices are measuring both indoor and outdoor air quality. Smart Sensor Devices is...

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Stockholm University and Rinkeby-Kista collaborating on RPA

Stockholm University and Rinkeby-Kista collaborating on RPA

The Department of Computer and System Sciences (DSV) of Stockholm University and the Rinkeby-Kista district administration have entered a collaboration on robotic process automation (RPA). During the next few months, students at DSV will be working on user cases from...

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