Hack into the Future – Helsinki’s Kalasatama providing one blueprint for tomorrow


Hack into the Future International experts discuss the evolution Smart City – with Helsinki’s Kalasatama providing one blueprint for tomorrow Smart Cities deliver the goods to the citizens via innovative energy, traffic and waste management solutions – among other things. In the age of IoT, there is no telling how>>>

Smart vs Smart

(c) Jussi Hellsten

The Northern smart takes community over technology: watch Royal Seaport and Kalasatama battle it out for the title of Scandinavia’s premier Smart District! Smart Cities are showing the rest of the world the way to the future. We take a look at two Scandinavian Smart City districts – Royal Seaport>>>

Nordic Cities Workshop on Regional Cohesion in Climate Action and Innovation


28 – 29 April 2016, Malmö Climate-KIC Nordic Cities Workshop welcomes city planners, city strategists and climate specialists from all of Europe, and from all sectors of society, to engage with the Climate-KIC community in inspirational deliberation on coordinated climate action, and on coalition-building with an eye to project funding opportunities.>>>

Smart Kalasatama’s Programme for Agile Piloting: Looking for innovative local services

Kalasataman terveys- ja hyvinvointikeskus

Smart Kalasatama’s Programme for Agile Piloting promotes new urban services and business development. For citizens, it offers genuine service experiences and opportunity to participate in the development of future solutions. Now the Programme for  Agile Piloting is looking for innovative local services that enhance the wellbeing of citizens and support>>>

Agile pilots now running in Kalasatama

Kalasataman asukasilta 10.3.16 Kuvaaja Linda Manner-7

The agile pilots now running in Kalasatama are related to smart mobility services, effective waste management, reducing food waste and co-creating local services. All of the selected pilots are already in prototype phase, the services will now be tested in real life environment. The selection criteria emphasized innovativeness, user-involvement and potential>>>