The PreSISe project, being run by Prehospital ICT Arena at Lindholmen Science Park, is one of seven projects that has been granted funding in Vinnova’s “Artificial Intelligence for Better Health” call for proposals. Vinnova has awarded the project SEK 3.7 million in funding.
On May 29, more than 700 people attended the 14th Lindholmen Software Development Day. This year’s theme was the deliberately ambiguous Software talks. In the sweltering summer heat, over 30 speakers shared their views of the rapid development of trends and technologies in the software industry.
When Gothenburg, Sweden, welcomes the Volvo Ocean Race on June 14–21, the city will also welcome two all-electric articulated Volvo buses which will carry visitors between downtown Nordstan and the event venue in Frihamnen.
There was a great deal of involvement at PICTA’s first — and fully-booked — workshop in the Clinical Decision-Making Support focus group. Over 30 participants discussed both future applications of AI in medical care and the challenges of making useful applications, regulatory issues and access to sufficient amounts of usable data.
Visual Arena has now launched its new Visual Arena inResidence initiative, a project for further promoting the development of new visualization solutions and collaboration in the field of visualization.
After 13 exciting years at Lindholmen Science Park, it is now time for Niklas Wahlberg to leave his post as CEO and take on new challenges in the Volvo Group. “What I’ve been part of for all these years has been fantastic,” Niklas says.
Dr Steven Shladover, a pioneer in research on automated transport systems, attracted many interested to Lindholmen and Drive Sweden's guest lecture. He talked about the importance of connectivity between vehicles and between vehicles and infrastructure, and both looked back and far into the future. Here you can also see his lecture.
An electric distribution truck for temperature-controlled food transport – coming soon to Gothenburg. The project – being carried out in partnership between Volvo, Coop and DB Schenker – is a part of DenCity, which is a project being managed by CLOSER, the neutral collaboration platform for developing the cargo transportation of tomorrow.