IoT Meet-up: The smart cities of the future require collaboration

It is now time to gather IoT-interested individuals in Kalmar and Kronoberg counties for this spring’s IoT Meet-up. Since last time, we have offered a number of exciting project courses for our students with focus on, among other things, perspectives, our IoT lab is growing, new collaborations are being initiated, and the IoT courses for this summer and autumn are being released (which to a large extent are aimed at active professionals).

We would like to invite you to a new meeting at which you will get an update on what is going on and take part in the planning going forward together with us. This time, we have also invited an external speaker from Sensative (Mats Pettersson, CEO & co-founder of Sensative AB), who will share his story on the success of Sensative in IoT, where collaboration with other companies, university and municipality has been their strategy and recipe for success. What is more, we will also present a new exciting collaboration – IoT onboard a ship.

The event is organised in collaboration between Linnaeus University, Kalmar Energi, Kalmar municipality and Wexnet.

When: Wednesday 17 March at 13–15

Where: online – link will be sent to those who register

Register here: https://forms.gle/825rReAqhjfMfLPg6. At 12 noon on 15 March at the latest.

Welcome!

Preliminary agenda:

Sensative is a Lund-based company that develops IoT-solutions for smart housing and cities. With a background in IT and telecom, they have become a leading actor within IoT and work with some of Scandinavia’s largest municipalities and real estate companies, are part of some of Europe’s largest IoT projects within distributed AI & IoT, security, smart cities, ships, agriculture, real estate, etc.

Sensative’s strategy from day one has been “open innovation”, that is to say, collaborate with other actors instead of protectionism – this leads to the best innovations and solutions. Sensative will present the company’s experiences within IoT with focus on the importance of collaboration and we hope that you want to join and that this may result in new collaborations.

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