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Actor Driven Lab for Safety

Reference number
Coordinator Kista Science City AB
Funding from Vinnova SEK 300 000
Project duration March 2023 - December 2023
Status Ongoing
Venture The strategic innovation programme for the Internet of Things
Call IoT for innovative social benefits and a better life for everyone in a connected world

Purpose and goal

Safety in the urban environment is a complex challenge that requires collaboration across organizational boundaries and new approaches. In this project, we want to demonstrate the possibilities of using digitalisation (IoT) and innovation to introduce a data-driven way of working and include more perspectives from both actors and target groups in the work to increase the safety in the urban environment in Kista, a district in northern Stockholm. The goal is to create the conditions for a test bed with a focus on safety and IoT.

Expected results and effects

The feasibility study should above all create conditions and lessons learned for a project with implementation capacity. We do this by testing a way-of-working for a safety lab where we: - do external monitoring in the area of the Internet of Things and safety in the urban environment. - build a network of local actors, suppliers and users. - begin to systematically explore new ways of working and new technology where we always start from the needs of the people in the area.

Planned approach and implementation

The preliminary study consists of four work packages (AP). I AP1 a working method for the safety lab is designed, in AP2 an industry intelligence report and matching with suppliers is carried out, in AP3 a proof-of-concept is planned where we explore a new way of working with support from IoT in the area of safety, in AP4 a number of forums for learning are carried out including networking.

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Last updated 4 April 2023

Reference number 2022-03745

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