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New Test with Autonomous Minibuses Can Solve Parking Problems in Gothenburg
24 April 2019
Now the second phase in testing of autonomous minibuses in Gothenburg is under way. For a period of six months, two buses will be in operation at Lindholmen, where Sweden´s tallest building, Karlatornet, is now under construction and where a great deal of Sweden´s vehicle development takes place.
Simplicity – The New Innovation Speakers Proposal Submission
29 March 2019
Apply to be one of the speakers at Lindholmen Software Development Day already today! Lindholmen Software Development Day is a neutral arena for cross-industry knowledge sharing in software development.
New leadership for Drive Sweden
19 March 2019
Drive Sweden appointed a new programme director in February. Sofie Vennersten, previously responsible for the CLOSER programme, takes over after Jan Hellåker, who is now assuming the role of Chairman of the Board of Drive Sweden.
New call within Drive Sweden
18 March 2019
Drive Sweden's new call is now open for projects that will contribute to future smart mobility for people and goods. In May and June, information meetings will be held where you can network and also pitch your idea.
Tomorrow’s solutions on the Drive Sweden Forum agenda
5 February 2019
One of the highlights was Dr. Christopher Borroni-Bird’s passionate keynote speech about making sustainable mobility accessible for everyone - take part of his thoughts in this interview. You can now also access the presentations that were held during the day.
HUGO - sustainable and autonomous parcel delivery
29 January 2019
HUGO delivery - which stands for “here you go” - is a start-up developing an AGV (autonomous ground vehicle) for parcel delivery. A demo at Lindholmen Science Park on January 28th, showed how HUGO has gone from idea to prototype, building a last mile delivery robot driving from one point to another.
Drive Sweden celebrates over 100 partners to date
17 December 2018
In its third year of operation Drive Sweden’s network now consists of more than 100 partners. All of them are, in different ways, engaged in finding innovative and sustainable solutions for tomorrow’s mobility.
Sweden’s first 5G network is live at KTH Royal Institute of Technology
6 December 2018
Telia Company, Ericsson and KTH Royal Institute of Technology has launched a 5G network on the KTH campus in Stockholm that will serve as an innovation and research platform for the academia and partner companies.
Gothenburg has knowledge and competence – but potential is not being realized
19 November 2018
Gothenburg has great potential in the form of knowledge and competence – but it is not leading to many viable companies with their own intellectual property (IP) that can create long-term employment in the region. That was one of the messages when Innovation Bazaar – a meeting place for developing cooperation between vehicle manufacturers and software providers – was arranged for the last time at Lindholmen Science Park in Gothenburg on November 7.
A human approach to designing future cities and intelligent cars
7 November 2018
Autonomous vehicles will significantly change the way we travel. But should we, and our cities, adapt to new urban mobility or can technology be tailored for us?
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