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Digital locks within Stockholm home care

Reference number
Coordinator Stockholms Stad
Funding from Vinnova SEK 846 159
Project duration December 2016 - June 2018
Status Completed

Purpose and goal

Project goal: - Provide evidence for the introduction of digital locks within Stockholm´s home care. The solution must work for property owners, various types of real estate and home-care companies as well as for users and their relatives. - Provide a basis for a major procurement of digital locks for home care business. - Ensure that acquired knowledge in digital locks will benefit other operations in the city.

Expected results and effects

According to the projectplan a report has been submitted to the Department of Digital Development in Stockholm City. The project´s results will provide an important basis for the choice of solutions and a necessary future change of working methods and processes. Effects of the introduction of digital locks will first be measurable after an implementation. The two most important effects of introducing properly chosen solutions will lead to greater security for users of home care and a significantly better working environment for home care workers.

Planned approach and implementation

The project team has had broad competence with various relevant experiences. The composition with members from the city, business and academy has led to interesting and rewarding discussions. The project´s results have been worked out through project meetings, study visits, world surveillance and an active supplier dialogue in different ways. The composition of the project group, a clear project plan, including well-defined delimitations, has contributed to the successful progress of the project

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Last updated 25 November 2019

Reference number 2016-05281

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