Construction City Study Trip
Cluster collaboration between Construction City and Nordic Edge
Cluster collaboration between Construction City and Nordic Edge
Siramat og Testarena Norefjell – Best uten bil stakk av med seieren i innovasjonskonkurransen arrangert av DOGA, Nordic Edge og Innovasjon Norge.
The founders behind the DIGme Learning have received funding from Innovation Norway to help commercialise their product. After presenting their innovation at the KnowHow EdTech conference in September, another incubator company has also made contact to find out more about the startup’s potential.
This year’s Nordic Edge Expo lived up to its slogan – Rethink Normality. It saw more attendees from more countries than ever before.
Gnist is an innovation programme where the business community is invited to solve specific challenges related to place and business development in cities and municipalities. The solutions will be based on local advantages, and demonstrate how the principals in the National Road Map for Smart and Sustainable Cities and Communities can be applied.
Here you go. Links to some of the interesting stuff our speakers at KnowHow EdTech talked about. We hope you will check them out and be inspired.
This is how you get access to the comprehensive programme. Already have a ticket, but experiencing technical problems – this is what you do.
You know how we’ve been stuck in the home office with meager equipment? Here’s your chance to drastically upgrade this – you just have to make good use of your time at Nordic Edge Expo Digital.
We asked Gunnar Crawford, Head of Smart City Stavanger what he looks forward to at this year’s event.
Karine Næss Frafjord and Linn Skundberg Jenssen will guide attendees through the main stage programme and Studio Stavanger from 09:00–12:00 on 23 September, 2020.
Jennifer Clark, author of Uneven Innovation: The Work of Smart Cities, will hold a keynote speech on 23 September.
Any technical issues accessing the platform – we are here to help!
GNIST, a national innovation programme for facilitating collaboration for more attractive local communities and sustainable business development, will be launched during Nordic Edge Expo.
The ticket for Nordic Edge Expo gives access to everything on the platform from 21 September to the end of the year.
The digital exhibition opens on Monday 21 September. Come meet our exhibitors.
Announcing the winners of the challenge competition Smart and sustainable cities and communities – and launching next round
Register for media accreditation for Nordic Edge Expo 2020
Inspiring the future entrepreneurs of the world with the national kick-off for Youth Companies.
He was earlier Denmark’s ambassador to the global tech industry (the world’s first!) and is now Microsoft’s Vice President for European Government Affairs. At KnowHow EdTech, he will talk about how technology met the challenges of the corona pandemic.
His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon is interested in Norwegian trade, industry and innovation, and has been involved especially in entrepreneurship and the green transition.
Anita Scjøll Brede is CEO and co-founder of the Iris.ai and has insight to share at KnowHow EdTech. She will be co-moderator on 25 September when the topic is Predictive learning.
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) is increasing – and many expect it to play a a bigger role in schools and education very soon. Could AI replace teachers in some situations?
Geographical information on a local, national and international level is a great value added to the Nordic Edge ecosystem. It opens doors to new possibilities in business development, including the development of digital twins.
Senior Product Manager in Google, Laura Holmes, speaks passionately about the possibilities of artificial intelligence (AI) in education.
Er du en startup moden for vekst? Nordic Edge er partner i ITSA Connect Growth. Det er et 20-ukers program som gir selskaper i vekstfasen viktig kompetanse og nyttige nettverk som verktøy for å nå målene. Søknadsfrist 14. september 2020.
Professor of Literacies and Social Innovation at the University of Bristol, to talk about lessons learned after the corona spring.
Ever heard of the web series Extra Credits? The series that discusses video game development and has 2,5 mill subscribers on YouTube?
As we prepare ourselves to move beyond the current crisis, we need to develop new, innovative solutions that will work in the best interest of all people involved.
We are proud to present Nordic Edge Expo Digital, coming directly to you, live from the cities of Copenhagen, Oslo, Helsingborg, Stavanger and Helsinki, as well as the heart of European policymaking, Brussels.
Ole holds the position as Programme Specialist at The LEGO Foundation, where he leads education projects around Learning through Play.
Atish is a social technologist and will talk about how mixed-reality learning games can help predict what people need to learn.
She is a futurist and head of new business at Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies.
FreiXchange has received funding from Innovation Norway to develop a new method for calculating Co2 emissions in shipping. The Norwegian Coastal Administration contributes in this innovative project for greener shipping.
Nordic Edge Innoasis Science Forum starts on August 18th with the Science Talk. Welcome to a series of competence meetings aimed at creating dialogue between academia, the private sector, municipalities and citizens.
Registration for the co-creation school at the University of Stavanger is now open.
Nordic cities and organisations are coming together to create a common, people-centered model for smart city development.
This July autonomous busses and one car will start operating in the municipality of Gjesdal as part of the Horizon2020 project SAGA.
How can we combine the most relevant services for young adults and other user segments into one attractive service?
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology has a PhD Fellowship position in social innovation.
Our new website is under development. In the time to come we will make sure to keep you posted about opportunities and upcoming events.
This year, the Nordics largest meeting place for smart cities and communities is going digital on 23rd September 2020.
Pay attention all gym teachers out there! You now have a chance to show the world what you and your class are good for. In our competition we encourage you to create art with workout apps. Draw with your feet!
The conference will be held over three days, each with one main topic: Digital is the new normal, Tools and toys, and Predictive learning. And guess what – you can tune in for free!
Educational technology could hardly be more important and relevant than it is right now. The conference will be held 23 – 25 September 2020, but not in an ordinary setting– we are giving you a digital conference this year.
We are pleased to announce that Tobias Heiberg Jørgensen will be this year’s conference moderator at the KnowHow EdTech conference. Tobias is the Head of the Teacher Education Programme at Playful Learning at at University College Copenhagen (Københavns Professionshøjskole).
Over the past few months we have hosted a series of webinars about business development. The webinars were recorded and can we watched here. Please note that the webinars are in Norwegian, hence so are the project descriptions.
Cluster member Ope has interesting projects on the go. We’ve connected Ope to one national and one international project.
Two of our cluster members took part in a livestream to China in connection with the World Oceans Day.
Are you an Artificial Intelligence (AI) supplier? Are you ready for the #AI4Cities challenge? Six European cities and regions are looking for AI solutions on mobility and energy to accelerate carbon neutrality.
The Explorer is Norway’s official platform for international promotion and marketing of green and sustainable solution. The platform works to ensure lower climate emissions through increased exports of green technology from Norway.
LoRaWAN is being rolled out in municipalities across Norway. How can this create value for the public sector, private businesses and citizens?
The Horizon Europe Norwegian Urban Partnership has submitted a supporting document for the Green Deal call ‘Towards Climate-Neutral and Socially Innovative Cities’
eSport is the new global recreational sport. It has one of the fastest growing fan bases, a youthful global audience that’s already larger than YouTube & HBO, Netflix & ESPN combined – eSports is mainstream.
InfoTiles is the first investment in ProVenture’s digital sustainability venture
Since its inception, Nordic Edge has worked for innovation, societal and business transformation. Along with the rest of the world the organisation is facing its biggest change to date. The 6th edition of the leading Smart City event in the Nordics, is going digital in 2020.
Are you an Artificial Intelligence (AI) supplier? Are you ready for the #AI4Cities challenge?