Posts Tagged ‘mobility’

Interview with Anette Scheibe of Kista Science City: from Fossil Fuels to Intelligent Transport Solutions ‘the Stockholm Way’

Thursday, February 17, 2011 17:37 3 Comments

interview by Federico De Giuli & Marcia Caines This entry is the first in a series of interviews conducted by Cluster in collaboration with Living Labs Global (LLG) in occasion of the second edition of Living Labs Global Award, an international technology award for digital services that add high value to users in cities around […]

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Connecting cities: an interview with Sascha Haselmayer

Thursday, October 21, 2010 14:41 23 Comments

Interview by Marcia Caines version pdf ‘Connected Cities: Your 256 Billion Euro Dividend’ is a comprehensive handbook by Aida Esteban Millat, Sascha Haslemayer and Jakob H Rasmussen that illustrates through a selection of handpicked case studies how innovation in services and mobility can contribute to improving the economical, environmental and social values of our cities […]

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Call for Mobility Pilots: the future of biking in Copenhagen

Wednesday, July 14, 2010 10:22 3 Comments

What: Call for Mobility Pilots for an intelligent and inter-modal transport system Where: Copenhagen Who: Living Labs Global & City of Copenhagen When: Deadline for submissions Aug 31; Results Sept 15; Pilot Start Nov 15 2010 Pilot duration: 1-6 months The City of Copenhagen and Living Labs Global, a non-profit association based in Copenhagen (Denmark) […]

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NomadicMILK posts from Nigeria

Thursday, December 3, 2009 17:40 1 Comment

New media artist Esther Polak continues her journey across Nigeria executing her locative media art project Nomadic Milk that uses GPS technology to track the routes of a primary source of nutrition: milk. It is now possible to follow the project’s progress daily (or almost, depending on internet connection) from Nigeria at the blog space […]

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