March 7, 2019

The smart lock of the future is tested here in Urban ICT Arena

March 7, 2019

The smart lock of the future is tested here in Urban ICT Arena

A smart lock gives the right person, the right access to the right space at the right time. A key question (!) with great potential for welfare, security and development. During the Thursday morning last week, the Proof of Concept was inaugurated, which will test ideas on lock solutions in reality.

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 initiative is part of the program Smart and connected city in collaboration with Urban ICT Arena.

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Contact johan.brisvall@scap.se

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