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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.
Travel app is being tested at Lindholmen - solves services with one click
18 February 2020
Now companies at Lindholmen can join the travel app LIMA. This means that the company's employees have access to everything from public transport and bicycles to taxis and electric cars, all collected in the same app.
"Forget complicated and time-consuming travel bills. Everything is automatically managed in the app which you now can register for", says Sofia Löfstrand, project manager at Lindholmen Science Park and responsible for LIMA.
New report: What are the impacts of digitalization on the freight transport landscape?
20 December 2019
How will digitalization change freight transport? What are the challenges and possibilities? This is being tackled and investigated in this new report funded by Drive Sweden.
33 new partners during 2019 - NCS our first from southeast Asia
19 December 2019
In 2019 Drive Sweden’s partnership expanded further by welcoming 33 new partners. Today, Drive Sweden includes 136 partners located in 16 different countries around the world. This gives us a fantastic opportunity to tackle future challenges and develop new solutions together, not just in Sweden, but also internationally.
Future mobility for and by the people
19 December 2019
One of the projects that recently concluded its work is AHA – A Human Approach. This human-centered project has worked with an open mind-set while gathering cities and authorities, industry and of course the people, enabling them to develop a method to create a common agenda. It is true public engagement and an important tool for society planning and industry. And it also lies the foundation for the newly started AHA II.
Great progress within digital infrastructure
17 December 2019
On November 27th results from projects within our thematic area Digital Infrastructure were presented to a packed venue, at an event called Data sharing and Control Towers - results from Drive Sweden projects. The interest was great as to what these highly relevant projects address such as CAT (Connected Automated Truck), connected traffic control, data sharing and how to utilise the full potential of ot use the Drive Sweden Innovation Cloud.
New projects starting up within Drive Sweden
3 December 2019
A number of new strategic projects are starting within Drive Sweden. The projects will contribute to new knowledge within all the thematic areas and will be important in the development of smart, innovative transport and mobility solutions.
Project results from KRABAT
25 November 2019
On November 7 a full house at our venue in Stockholm got to take part of some of the project results made within the KRABAT project. Presentations from all work packages, covering connected shared shuttle services, at the auto pilot in Stockholm, system solutions for shared cars, automated city buses, connected traffic signals and the policy lab fo future services, were made. And the progress being made was clear.
Unique demonstration of autonomous bus
13 November 2019
The potential an autonomous bus can have in a bus depot was demonstrated on November 12 by Volvo Buses and Keolis. An electric and autonomous bus then drove itself between different stations a bus needs to visit in the depot between the shifts. The demonstration is one of the first in the world and represents an important step on the road to more autonomous vehicles as well as safer, cleaner and more efficient public transport.
Increased focus on policy development
26 September 2019
As new technology and services constantly move forward the need for innovation within policy and regulation becomes increasingly important. If the legal framework is having a hard time keeping up with the rapid changes great innovation might be halted or even stopped. As a result of this, Drive Sweden has named policy development as one of the program's thematic areas. Further plans for this will be presented shortly. An actor that will be involved in this area is KOMET, an initiative from the Swedish government to create a better and more in-sync playingfield for innovation, with focus on policy development.
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