Stockholm is a fast-growing and innovative city. This comes with fantastic opportunities. In this unique and close collaboration between MIT, KTH and the City of Stockholm – research and cutting edge technology create new solutions in sustainable urban development. Sensing the urban environment and how people and businesses use the city of Stockholm, form the basis of this research. Together, we find new ways to evaluate and shape our city.
We bring together cutting-edge research on cities, IoT and AI. The universities join forces with the City of Stockholm to explore new dimensions of a smart city, including multimodal mobility, energy production and efficiency, environmental monitoring, water and waste management, public health and governance and more.
In the Senseable Stockholm Lab, we aim to better understand city science and create an urban experience that helps people, institutions, nature and infrastructure to better connect. As a result, we will have a portfolio of open application programming interfaces (API:s) that will help engage participants in creating a Senseable Stockholm.
Senseable Stockholm Lab is a collaboration between KTH Royal Institute of Technology, MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the City of Stockholm with support from the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and Newsec.
MIT.edu: MIT and KTH will collaborate on urban planning and development in Stockholm (2019-05-16)
KTH.se: Cooperation with MIT aims for less segregated, more humane Stockholm (2019-04-02)
KTH.se: KTH and MIT in research collaboration (2019-03-05)