In May 2019, the Kungsgatan ”test bed” received SEK 1.5 million from Norrköping's research fund. The goal is to set up a cloud computing platform together with sensors along the street. This will provide residents and decision makers with information such as traffic, pollution or accessibility.
Vangelis Angelakis, research leader of the Kungsgatan test bed project, and Katherine Harrison, researcher at Unit of Gender Studies, Linköping University, now invite you to a citizens meeting about the Kungsgatan test bed on 10 September 2019.
Join us to discuss your needs and ideas for how to make the street more accessible, safe and inclusive for all.
Sign up here:
To participate, email your name to email@example.com by 3 September 2019.
Up to 50 persons can be accommodated at the meeting. Strict priority – first come first served.
Date: September 10:th, 2019
Place: Campus Norrköping. More information and agenda for the workshop will be communicated back to the 50 participants by Sep 6:th.
News articles about the Test bed:
P4 Östergötland: ”Kungsgatan kartläggs i nytt forskningsprojekt”
Linköping University: ”Kungsgatan to communicate with Norrköping citizens”
Folkbladet: "Kan kaoset lösas i sandlåda?"