What is a smart city and what does it mean in Helsinki? How does a smart city support climate goals? During the Kalasatama smart city tours, visitors learn about urban solutions of the future and smart life in Helsinki. Every year, hundreds of innovation tourists visit Kalasatama, the smart city district of Helsinki, guided by guides who are familiar with the district’s smart development. The organisation Svenska Kvinnoförbundet i Sörnäs recently visited Kalasatama, taking the opportunity when a familiar Helsinki Guide, Heidi Johansson, suggested the route. ‘Cities’ new ways of meeting everyday challenges in an environmentally friendly way is a>>>
The City of Stavanger in Norway was looking for a flexible way to develop and test new urban services and increase co-operation between the city and startup companies. To this end, Stavanger is now starting to adopt the urban development method called Agile Piloting, which was created for similar needs in Helsinki, Finland in the Smart Kalasatama project.
The challenge co-develops and kickstarts innovative solutions for delivering people and parcels. bringing together Smart Kalasatama, an innovation friendly area of the city with its networks, best Nordic and Baltic startups, Posti, Avanto Ventures and local residents to create a platform for first-class innovations.