The launch of Denmark's first living lab for intelligent traffic signaling will help reverse the negative evolution of carbon dioxide emissions and congestion on the roads. Behind the initiative are the Capital Region, Gate 21 and DOLL Living Lab. The Capital Region...
Louis Poulsen wants to shape the future of Smart City lighting The classic Danish lighting design company, Louis Poulsen, founded in 1874, has signed a contract with DOLL Living Lab to integrate its latest products within a Smart City context - and thereby...
Foto: Comlight. When it comes to smart and highly energy efficient lighting there’s no way around motion sensors....
Borrow a free office space at the municipality and shake off your commute! This is now possible for citizens in the Egedal Municipality, which is affected by the closure of the Frederikssund railway line. Other municipalities are also helping the public to get where they need to be during the summer’s closures.
Should your employees bike to work all summer? The Danish Cyclists’ Federation has extended its May campaign in collaboration with the Moving People project, inviting all those affected by the summer’s railway line closures and others who work in the Capital Region of Denmark to participate in a summer edition of WE CYCLE TO WORK.
Gate 21 has collaborated with the Nordic Region’s largest Smart City conference and now invites all those who are interested on a study trip to Nordic Edge 2018, hosted in Stavanger.
The companies in Moving People have come together for a workshop to promote the use of bicycles among their employees. Get inspiration here for what’s been happening and how you can do the same.
Energi på Tværs is highlighted as one of Denmarks 100 best municipal climate initiatives by Realdania and Sustania in the new publication “Klima 100”
Horizon 2020 is the EU’s largest pool for research and development projects, with nearly 80 billion EUR on offer between 2014 and 2020.
Greater Copenhagen has a strong position in green transition and green growth could create up to 42,000 new green jobs in Greater Copenhagen by 2035, according to a green growth analysis finalized in 2017