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AiRMOUR a 3-year-long EU-project, where we shall research the use of drones and fly drones in city and suburban districts for emergency-medical uses. Stavanger has been selected as a test arena, and the first drones are planned to fly in the city before the end of 2022.
In this project we put the youth in the driverseat and give them the opportunity to influence their own community by including them in important matters.
Kvikktest (agile piloting) is a new and faster way to work with smart city development in collaboration with business and residents.
Read more about our sensor projects.
Living Lab is a method of co-creation, where the goal is to engage citizens in the development og new and improved services. It is also an arena for testing and piloting.
Stavanger Municipality, University of Stavanger, and the design industry in Stavanger have developed a new program at the university that starts January 2020.
During the 2019/20 academic year, five 6th grade pupils in Stavanger will test the TechnologySMART teaching programme.
In My Neighbourhood, we use Decidim as a tool for participatory democracy, making it possible for citizens to track decision-making processes and influence them.
A research project on how citizen works with innovation in their spare time. A collaboration NORCE and Nordic Edge AS
We are testing 9 EV charning stations in lampposts.
The municipality's work in smart art is about strengthening the artist's and art's role in society, by finding a new practice for how we can implement the knowledge and competence that lies in the art and the artists.
A mobility hub is a place where you can find various modes of transport, parking spaces and public transport services to suit your journey. A new mobility hub is established in Hillevåg square.
In autumn 2018, Stavanger Municipality developed and ran an internal course, the School of Co-creation, as a prototype for internal training. In the fall of 2020 the program will be available at the University of Stavanger.
In this project, we tested the value of the municipality's open database internally, and new working methods with industry and commerce.
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