A Living Lab for Liveable Cities: Policy in Practice in Greater Copenhagen

Saturday, February 18, 2017: 1:00 PM-2:30 PM
Room 204 (Hynes Convention Center)
Niels Carsten Bluhme, Municipality of Albertslund, Greater Copenhagen, Albertslund, Denmark
Public and private innovation on multidisciplinary platforms operating large scale living laboratories for development and testing of smarter urban services and solutions for more green and liveable cities has proven to be an effective way of creating strong ecosystems, competencies and black bottom lines within the industries. The photonic based technologies providing possibilities for strong digital infrastructures, various ways of communication devices, mobiles, sensors, city data platforms and cloud solutions for collected and aggregated open data for further analytic tools and smart solutions has become an unbelievable strong accelerator for fully digitized communities with a true disrupting impact on our future live conditions. Case studies on various living labs for smart and green mobility, silent cities, energy efficiency, and climate adaption will be presented.