How to make cities more liveable, resilient and healthy, as neighbourhoods “edible” and inclusive? Join the Nordic Smart City networks webinar to hear about latest insights from Nordic Cities.
Agile piloting has proved to be a flexible and functional way to experiment innovative solutions in an urban environment and to increase co-operation between the city, startups, and residents. The Pocket Book for Agile Piloting shares the experiences from Smart Kalasatama and Jätkäsaari Mobility Lab in Helsinki and condenses the key learnings in a pragmatic and easily digestible way.
Experiments expand to urban infill areas Malmi, Mellunkylä, Malminkartano-Kannelmäki area and Pasila. The project will be realised in 2020–2023.
Forum Virium Helsinki is seeking an autonomous courier, and service design to support its implementation in last meter pilots in REDI. The open call will remain open until 16 April 2020.
MA student Michel Nader from Aalto University did a series of 10 videoblogs about Smart Kalasatama to find out what a smart city is and how people see it.
During the Kalasatama smart city tours, visitors learn about urban solutions of the future and smart life in Helsinki.