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Thursday, 22 September 2016

On Friday the 16th of September, eGovlab hosted the CISMOB conference on Intelligent Transport Systems and Smart Mobility, at the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, University of Stockholm. With over 150 participants, and 18 speakers representing different countries and institutions, the conference started by opening remarks from Vasilis Koulolias, the director of eGovlab, followed by a series of presentations showing cases of international and local perspectives on Intelligent Transport Systems, from Sweden to Singapore.

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

On Tuesday, September the 6th, 48 participants from Lantmäteriet, Trafiklab, Naturvardsverket and several municipalities across Sweden working on 3D geodata participated in the 3D geodata co-creation day at eGovlab. The purpose of the day was for the participants to get deeper understanding of the opportunities, prospects and challenges facing the development of new "cross-border" applications that utilize 3D geodata. The workshop was designed for co-creation through a series of tasks that aim at identifying stakeholders, formulating use cases, distinguishing real challenges and generating ideas that take advantage of opportunities and face critical challenges related to 3D geodata.

Thursday, 15 September 2016

What happens when people discover a new way to interact with each other, with organizations, and even with machines? What does it mean to have a new space through which to interact? These basic questions and their permutations drive digital culture observatories, which exist in the public, private, and nonprofit sector.

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Tuesday, 20 September 2016

On the 15th of September, a 20-member EU consortium with stakeholders from Portugal, Spain, Romania and Sweden, concluded a series of site visits to leading companies in the field of smart cities and sustainable urban transport - namely: Ericsson, Kollektivtrafikens hus and Sweco.

Tuesday, 28 June 2016
Belgium, Portugal, Spain and Sweden; eGovlab and the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth collaborated on the proposal

The SERN project is to develop a bottom up “movement” to Europeanise local and regional initiatives to support startups and young SMEs throughout exchange of experience and cooperation amongst European regions. The main goal of SERN is to fill a gap clearly felt by EU startups and young SMEs in terms of funding, while also addressing other relevant barriers to companies’ growth, such as harmonization of policies and regulations, access to talent and to major research infrastructures.