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We're looking for companies that want's to test and experiment with new solutions in Lervig.
A mobility point is a place where you can find various modes of transport, parking spaces and public transport services to suit your journey. A new mobility point will be tested in Hillevåg in 2020.
We are testing 9 EV charning stations in lampposts.
We're looking for hverdagsinnovartører, or everyday innovators, to join us in a research project in collaboration with NORCE and Nordic Edge AS.
Stavanger Municipality, University of Stavanger, and the design industry in Stavanger have developed a new program at the university that starts January 2020.
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.
Stavanger will be at the forefront of the development of smart art as part of the infrastructure and public space, where digital technology forms part of the artistic expression.
Read more about our sensor projects.
Smart City Talents is a specially designed programme aimed at lower secondary school pupils with high learning potential.
During the 2019/20 academic year, five 6th grade pupils in Stavanger will test the TechnologySMART teaching programme.
In this project, we tested the value of the municipality's open database internally, and new working methods with industry and commerce.
A Nordic collaboration with the aim to create a more sustainable cruise industry.
In the application, we look at tools for social digitalisation and secure ways of sharing and tracing data.
In this project, the Smart City department, in collaboration with the school, has purchased ten 10 AV1 robots, which are then loaned out to schools and pupils as and when needed.
Big belly, monitoring of recycling points and underground refuse containers.
Stavanger’s digital direction signs help you find your way.
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