The development of a number of demonstration projects is our chosen key method for establishing a platform for innovation in Greater Copenhagen.
The map shows the participating cities, and by clicking on them you can get an introduction to, and status on, all the projects – as well as follow the ongoing development until their final completion in 2018.
Promoting an all-year lifestyle, through the innovative use of light & sound, at the playground.
Albertslund tests if new lighting designs can improve concentration and the ability to learn.
Elderly in Albertslund are participating in a clinical & anthropological research project on the effects of Smart lighting in an assisted living facility.
The revival of a central community building in Albertslund will have distinctively digital features, with the implementation of an ‘intelligent ceiling’.
Transforming traditional library space into a user based testbed for interactive services & technologies.
Denmark's first workshop for history & arts will get a unique lighting design to attract visitors.
Creating a new way for audiences to engage with light art in public space.
The effects of artificial lighting on symptoms of eating disorder – a pilot study
Replacement of 20.000 luminaires across the city.
Promoting an alternative and safer way to school
Innovative LED-wall to function as a digital ‘Speaker’s Corner’
Spotlighting urban problem areas with smart solutions
Supporting the well-being of premature babies with dynamic lighting
Improving traffic safety for school children with real time data
Reducing food waste in school canteens by creating a welcome and attractive eating environment.
Taking control of the biological effects of light in an office requires both a unique solution and willing workers. Innovation Skåne has volunteered to become a testbed.
Attracting cyclists to a green path by combining design, technology & social science.
Innovation Skåne to develop a cost-efficient & flicker-free LED driver
Brighter Brunnshög will use innovative lighting to draw attention to a new smart urban area in Lund.
A new project in Malmö uses light to support social sustainability in Sorgenfri.