Aarhus City Lab

The Nordic Smart City Network has decided on four Nordic Healthy Cities-projects

The Nordic Smart City Network is working on four collaboration projects within Nordic Innovations' Health program, “Health, Demography and Quality of Life”. The four projects will test new innovative practices to tackle health effects in future urban areas.
By sharing knowledge and learnings from innovation projects and by collaborating with private businesses, the Nordic cities will scale successful projects within their city to other partner cities.
The Nordic Cities will collaborate on: Coordinating innovation projects on e.g. mobility, citizen engagement, data intelligence etc., help develop a new joint Nordic Marked within the field of Smart Cities, sharing information about relevant companies to support projects and activities amongst Nordic cities.

 

The four selected projects are:

 
Reduction in pollution
Lead City: Tórshavn.
Participating cities: Stockholm, Copenhagen, Reykjavík, Stavanger

 

Healthy liveable neighbourhoods
Lead: Forum Virium Helsinki
Participating cities: Vantaa, Stavanger, Copenhagen, (Kristiansand tbc.)

 

Crowdsensed Data to Support Healthy Liveable Cities
Lead city: Stavanger
Participating cities: Aarhus, Vejle, Helsinki and Copenhagen

 

Health Data
Lead city: Tampere
Participating cities: Syddjurs, Vejle, Torshavn, Espoo

 

 

Read more about the projects right here: www.nscn.eu/node/148