Project Portfolio

You will find a selection of our Smart City projects below

Arena Pro projects

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Nordic Fund Day

So far we have connected over 70 start-ups with more then 100 funds. Throughout our seven events a total over 300MNOK has been made in investments. Nordic Fund Day is heading towards it’s eight in full speed with more spectacular matchmaking in sight.

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Growth Tour 2023

Nordic Edge is taking steps to increase the exposure of Norwegian smart city solutions in European countries through establishing the Nordic Edge Growth Tour 2023. The international presence is divided into categories with different subgoals.  

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Gnist – an innovation program

Gnist is an innovation programme inviting the business community to co-create solutions and solve specific challenges related to site- and business development in cities and rural districts. The programme is a collaboration between Nordic Edge and DOGA.

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Nordic Edge Expo

The leading Nordic event for future cities and communities. Nordic Edge Expo ties people, technology and cities together.

EU projects

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NEB-STAR

Beautiful. Sustainable. Together –  are words used to describe the New European Bauhaus (NEB), a creative initiative that connects Europeans and their living spaces and experiences with the transformational European Green Deal.

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EDIH Oceanopolis

A European Digital Innovation Hub empowering Digital Transformation in Ocean-Based Industries and coastal regions.

Other projects

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City Freight-Project

CityFreight

A large-scale research project on freight logistics in Sustainable Cities.

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Smartbyene

Norwegian Smart Cities

The leading smart cities in Norway established the national network “Smartbyene” in 2018. In less than two years the network has evolved from 6 to 14 cities.

Completed projects

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National Smart City Roadmap

The Norwegian roadmap for smart and sustainable cities and communities is a guide with visions and principals for municipalities and county councils.

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Quick Test

Stavanger Kommune is conducting its first test of agile piloting – also known as quick testing, with a little support from Nordic Edge.

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DIY Innovators

DIY Innovators

Research suggests that 11,5% of the Norwegian population use their personal time and own money on inventing new products and services. This research project mains to figure out whether these solutions are viable for the market.

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Innoasis

Innoasis by Nordic Edge is Norway’s new hub for urban innovation, gathering startups, established companies, investors, academia and the public sector.