June 6 – DOLL by Night

Location: DOLL Living Lab, Fabriksparken 7-9, Hersted Industripark, 2600 Glostrup

On June 6 we invite you to join us on a tour around DOLL Living Lab to see the intelligent outdoor lighting solutions when it is dark. You will get an introduction to smart lighting accompanied with sandwiches, drinks and funky music.

Download the programme for DOLL by Night here >>

18.00 Transportation from Meeting Point in Copenhagen
Meeting Point: Close to the H.C. Andersens castle. H. C. Andersens Boulevard 26, 1553 Copenhagen, Danmark. Locate your route to the meeting point >>

19:00 Check-in: Sandwiches & Drinks

19:15 DOLL BY NIGHT: Welcome & Opening
// Ane Cortzen, Host & Moderator

19:25 The City of Albertslund in Greater Copenhagen
// Steen Christiansen, Mayor, City of Albertslund

19:35 A New Destination for Smart City Solutions!
DOLL Living Lab as a global reference case, what is it about, how is their approach, and why this global buzz?

  • Kim Brostrøm, CTO, DOLL Living Lab
  • Bas Boorsma, Director, Internet of Everything & City Digitization, North Europe, Cisco
  • Berit Basse, Ambassador, Royal Danish Embassy, Singapore
  • Facilitated by Ane Cortzen, Host & Moderator

19:55 Snacks, Drinks & Funky Music

20:20 Living the Lab
How do partners activate DOLL Living Lab as a key development tool for the Smart City-development, what use-cases are introduced and how are solutions applied?

  • Martin Kent Nielsen, Co-founder, CTO and Board Member, HeSaLight
  • Jesper Knudsen, CEO, Citelum
  • Kristian Krautwald, Director of Innovation, TDC
  • Facilitated by Ane Cortzen, Host & Moderator

20:40 DOLL BY NIGHT: Pit-Stop Tours around DOLL Living Lab
Learn more about all the different Smart City use cases implemented in DOLL Living Lab:

  • Intelligent Outdoor Lighting 
    Solutions utilised as a core infrastructure in the Smart City, where power, communication and sensors are turning the outdoor lighting into ’the smart phone of the streets’. Experience motion detection for cars, bikes and pedestrians; a range of light management systems; li-fi in public space; from decorative lighting to functional lighting; light empowered by solar and wind; and EV-charging being a part of the lighting solution itself.
  • Smart Parking
    Park intelligently with the help from different types of solutions. Be inspired by solutions based on sensors in the ground or sensors on the masts; or whether it should be side-road parking or parking within a bigger space. What if the parking solution was integrated together with the outdoor lighting with changing colours?
  • Smart Waste Management 
    Lets talk about how and when to collect, what is the principles behind the new business models in this area and how does it actually work?
  • Air Pollution
    What is air quality, how is to be measured and for what purpose.
  • Smart Management – City Operation Center
    Things are connected, they communicate at different time and pace. The streets are becoming streams of data ready to be analysed and shaped in order for the city management and its citizens to learn how to interact with the city. Come and explore e.g. a city digital platform and learn different ways of how things are connected in a public space.
  • Smart City Hackathon
    IT professionals, business developers, researchers, students, businesses, entrepreneurs and domain experts are developing tomorrow’s Smart City solutions.

23:00 Good Night – Busses Return Back to Meeting Point in Copenhagen