Who are we?

At Copenhagen Solutions Lab, we work with intelligent technologies to create data-driven solutions that suit the city and its citizens. The future-proofing of Copenhagen happens especially through partnerships of companies and knowledge institutions across departments, where a green and efficient city comes hand in hand with growth. Smart, green growth is our focus.

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Smart city themes

People and Flows

Knowledge of how citizens and visitors use the city with focus on movement patterns and needs

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Digital Services

Availability of city services via digital solutions for citizens and visitors

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Data-driven Operation and Supervision

Digital tools and collection of new data to support workflows in the city

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Environment and Climate

Detailed knowledge of the city's environment and climate for planning and prioritizing efforts

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Lighting and Urban Life

Use of the city's light with focus on security and experience

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Urban laboratories and data platforms

Data platforms

Open Data DK

Copenhagen Open Data is the city's portal for data about Copenhagen

Select for Cities

An innovation challenge to create the next generation of IoT platform for cities

City Data Exchange

A collaboration to examine the possibilities of private/public data exchange

Urban laboratories

Street Lab

In Street Lab, innovative solutions are tested in the 1:1 scale in the urban environment

EnergyBlock

EnergyBlock is a test area for sustainable solutions based on decentralized energy and blockchain technology

Underbroen

The subway is tomorrow's production workshop, where traditional crafts are combined with modern digital production technologies

News

Flow Data Solutions

  • 06/11/2018

See the results of our market dialogue on flow data solutions.

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Copenhagen and Google measure air pollution at street level

  • 09/10/2018

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Public-private innovation leads to better business decisions

  • 13/09/2018

Two and a half years have passed since CISCO, TDC and Citelum partnered with the City of Copenhagen on the urban living lab, Street Lab. The purpose? To identify solutions which can reduce CO2 emissions, cut operational costs and improve public services. Today the partners can harvest the results. And the results are clear: Public-private innovation leads to better business decisions for all.

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The Road to Smart Parking

  • 13/09/2018

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The City of Copenhagen wants to optimize the Indoor Climate in Schools and Kindergartens

  • 06/09/2018

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Help Copenhagen to park

  • 25/08/2018

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