Between May 29 and June 2, southern Sweden was buzzing with seminars, events, meetings and exhibitions about innovations. The week is organized by Region Skåne, and there were 140 activities taking place during the week. At Ideon, we hosted two whole day events, as well as a pitching contest within Health Tech.
Tuesday May 30th - Smart Innovations Day
Eva Dalman, Project Manager for Lund Northeast / Brunnshög
Eva Dalman is project manager for the city extension project Lund Northeast – a new city district where some 40 000 people will live or work. She has been involved in the process of building sustainable cities in Lund as well as in the Western Harbour in Malmö.
Mats Pettersson, Sensative
Sensative is dedicated to re-create the concept of smart buildings. We believe that IoT and smart home business will move from the current closed vertical solutions towards open and horizontal models and technology. Mats will to talk about smart buildings and smart cities and what Sensative is developing and deploying in Lund as the first open city sensor network.
Future By Lund
Mats Larsson, Global Energy Transformation Institute, IUC Syd
Mats Larsson has been working for ten years through various projects with the development of strategies for the large scale transformation of transportation systems to renewable fuels.
Johan Bjurmar Koenigsegg
Johan presented Direct Drive, ie a car without gearbox.
Staffan Solve, MOVEBYBiKE
MoveByBike transport and move goods by bike and trailer up to 300kg / 3m³ per load. They were awarded by Lund Municipality in 2016 for their efforts for the environment.
Thursday June 1st - Creating the Future
Living and working with robots
Martin Gunnarsson, Jayway - Machine Learning, a peek under the hood
Machine Learning is on everybody's mind right now, but as powerful as it may be, it's also surrounded by a lot of myths and misconceptions. In this presentation, we’ll take a closer look at what Machine Learning really is, the types of problems it can help us solve, and the different steps involved in a typical Machine Learning setup.
Video from Bring Your Robot After Work
Maj Stenmark, Cognibotics and Robotexpert from Faculty of Engineering LTH, is showing how to program a robot by moving it to create the right pattern. She says "this hardly ever works on the first attempt", then watch what happens! This film is from our Bring your Robot After Work that we hosted during Skåne Innovation Week.