All our Living Labs in Sweden

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Botnia Living Lab

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Sweden’s first and largest open Living Lab for human-centric ICT development

Karolinska Living Lab

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The main resources in the Karolinska Living Lab are the care chains, from the referral of the patient to the specific health care until the patient leaves. Potential stakeholders in a care chain are, for example, the patient, clinically working health care personnel, hospital administrators, county council representatives and even tax payers. Presently the care chain for upper abdominal surgery has been used as a resource in several projects, but in a recently started project the care chain for neonatal home care is also used. Karolinska

Users Award Living Lab

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The Users Award network of professional societies, trade unions, universities, ICT software providers and consultancies offers a unique forum for designing, trying out, validating and spreading the use of new innovative instruments for measuring user experience and satisfaction with ICT tools and environments. The network’s multi- stakeholder involvement provides a productive setting for trying out and discussing user experience design criteria and methods based on the popular yearly Users’ IT Prize

Stockholm Living Lab

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User innovation at the Swedish ICT Research Institutes. 

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Stockholm Living Lab works in collaboration with companies, universities, the public sector and user groups, forming a triple-helix. Stockholm Living Lab executes projects based on user involvement and user innovation.

Areas of focus:

1. Homecare and elderly care. A crucial area to cope with demographic change.

2. Digital Natives, teenager entering the workforce. What do they require?

New Tools for Health

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SOFTEC

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SOFTEC is the Swedish Open Facility for Technology in Elderly Care. Its goal is to provide a shared facility where Swedish and European researchers can jointly study, develop and evaluate technological solutions aimed at increasing the independence and quality of life of elderly people. SOFTEC is hosted by the School of Science and Technology of Örebro University, but it includes partners from other disciplines and geographic areas.

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Innovation Cultures

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The Swedish Living Lab on Vehicle and Transport ICT

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The Swedish Living Lab on Vehicle and Transport ICT (SVT-LL) is a competitive living lab for user-driven development of automotive and transport applications and services. The objective is to leverage Sweden’s strong cluster of automotive and transport firms through the development, adoption, and use of co-creation approaches to product and service innovation. SVT-LL is coordinated by the Viktoria Institute. 

Living Labs Øresund

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Living Labs Øresund aims to create an environment that operates as a central hub for user-driven projects within mobile and wireless technology in the Øresund Region. Living Labs is an open expertise forum where users, private companies, governmental institutions and public sector organizations compose the physical and virtual innovation infrastructure to create targeted solutions and services for relevant user communities.

Halmstad Living Lab

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Halmstad Living Lab’s main application field is health technology aimed at empowering elderly people. The Living Lab supports IT-innovation processes of products and services that increase independent living for elderly as well as their quality of life.

Malmö New Media Living Lab

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Airport Living Lab

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The Airport Living Lab project is a joint effort between the Swedish Aviation Authority, SAS Ground Services and CSC Sweden to establish a Living Lab that can continuously improve the airport processes at Stockholm-Arlanda Airport. The project is also performing research on the evolution of the Living Labs concept with respect to open innovation in collaboration with the National IT-user Center at Uppsala University and Stockholm School of Economics.