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Webinar: Shifting gears in the European automotive industry
7 May 2020
In collaboration with FKG, BIL Sweden and Drive Sweden, Business Sweden's webinar Shifting gears in the European automotive industry will provide the motivation and insights to help your business shape the future of the OEM and automotive markets.
Funding opportunities for French-Swedish mobility projects
29 April 2020
Opportunities for funding French-Swedish innovation projects on mobility are available through for example EUREKA. This can add additional capacity to the collaboration on smart mobility between the countries that, among others, Drive Sweden is active within.
Drive Sweden Policy Lab – paving the way for future mobility
20 April 2020
One of Drive Sweden´s thematic areas – Policy Development – focuses on a recurring problem for innovation, namely that of regulations and policies that haven’t kept up with the fast-paced technological development. This creates a risk that new, groundbreaking, products and services might get delayed or never even reach the market. One of Drive Sweden’s strategic projects, Drive Sweden Policy Lab, is working to prevent this from happening. Within the lab, a wide range of stakeholders gather to solve the bottlenecks for projects and innovations that are at the forefront.
New report: AI as an enabler for safe and sustainable mobility
20 April 2020
Drive Sweden has investigated how AI could support the vision to help Sweden taking a leading role in creating future mobility systems for people and goods that are sustainable, safe and accessible for all. This report highlights challenges, possibilities and what is needed for AI to work as an enabler for safe and sustainable mobility.
Life on Wheels – a documentary on an upcoming revolution within mobility
17 April 2020
The documentary Life on Wheels, sponsored by Drive Sweden in cooperation with Viable Cities, gives the viewers an in-depth look at the mobility of today and the future. It tells the story of the car-based culture, on the verge of a revolution that will transform the way we move and how we plan our cities.
Continue to collaborate for future opportunities
26 March 2020
Never has collaboration been as important as it is now. Various measures are currently being taken to support the Swedish economy and mitigate the consequences of the coronavirus outbreak. Within the innovation system, we can contribute by continuing to look ahead. "We need to find and establish new ways and forms to quickly get the pace up once the situation has stabilized," says Tord Hermansson, CEO of Lindholmen Science Park.
Closer collaboration between Drive Sweden and Silicon Valley kicked off at Nordic Future Mobility Summit in Palo Alto
26 February 2020
Ongoing development in Silicon Valley in the field of transportation and mobility is in many ways affecting the Nordic societies. An essential factor in this change is the strong position of global platforms and the high and global ambitions of actors from Silicon Valley in the field of mobility. Between 13-17 January, the Nordic Future Mobility Summit was organized by Nordic Innovation House, Stanford University and Vinnova and Drive Sweden was one of the co-organizers.
Highlights from Drive Sweden Forum and Annual General Meeting
26 February 2020
Drive Sweden gathered more than 270 people from 8 countries in Gothenburg and presented news, results and insights as the Drive Sweden Forum was held at Chalmers on February 6. State Secretary Mattias Landgren gave some encouraging words for the future, countless meetings took place and strengthened by the day we feel that we are on the right track. Here are a few highlights from this year’s forum.
New, groundbreaking projects starting up
26 February 2020
Seven new projects are starting up within Drive Sweden as a result of the latest open call. Their work will add to our push for the mobility solutions of the future by focusing on new services, AI and shared, connected and more autonomous vehicles. These projects will help Sweden take important steps towards sustainable, effective transport systems for cities and rural areas.
LIMA – the new mobility service – launches its pilot
21 February 2020
The Drive Sweden project LIMA has launched its pilot. During an event at Lindholmen Science Park partners of the project and potential test users were given a demonstration of the new mobility service. The service offers travel with most modes of transport, electric cars, real time updates of the traffic and a single-click function to send the receipt to your employer if it is a work related trip.
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