The smart city – meeting the urban challenge
More than half of the world’s population lives in cities. The rapid urbanisation poses major challenges with regards to living environment, water treatment, sewage, waste, and air quality.
The smart city – meeting the urban challenge is a toolkit based on eight cases with Swedish initiatives that strive to meet these challenges.
This toolkit is linked to the Swedish Government’s innovation partnership programmes and two more toolkits connected to the themes will be available in the beginning of 2019.
- Fashion revolution – the future of textiles
- A connected industry and new materials
- The next generation’s travel and transport (January 2019)
- Life sciences (February 2019)
Overview of exhibition
Booklet in spreads
Booklet in single format
Timeline 930×700 mm
Timeline 1700×780 mm
Suggested seminar topics
Presentation Smart City Sweden (Press Ctrl+L to use it as a slideshow presentation)
Texts in the exhibition for translation
Photos that can be used for communicating the event. Please note, only usage in connection to The smart city – meeting the urban challenge. Enter http://imagebank.sweden.se/ and search for MKB Fastigheter, Stockholm stad, Vallastaden, Volvo.
Swedish embassies and consulates may apply for financial support of maximum 40,000 SEK for production of the printed material, language translation and travel costs and remuneration for Swedish guest speaker(s). Parts of the sum applied for should be used for inviting Swedish guest speaker(s).
How to apply
To apply, please fill out the application form.
The application must be sent in at least two months before the event. Resources are limited and financial support may not be available at the end of the year. Limits may apply.
By filling out the application form you agree to respect the copyright agreement for the images.
Individuals or organisations who would like to show the exhibit should contact the Swedish embassy or consulate in your area.
How to report
After completed event, fill out the project report for toolkits.
Contact at the Swedish Institute
For more information please contact Ninni Luthin-Kärling.