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Planning a visit to Sweden?

Use the visit planner to plan your visit to Smart City Sweden.

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We welcome international delegations on decision-making level who want to learn more about Swedish experiences in order to implement new policy and/or smart and sustainable solutions in your local context. We will match you with relevant experts and business developers, depending on your fields of interest.

Smart City Sweden HQ building
Photo: Rebecca Larson/Smart City Sweden HQ

How it works

You can create your own visit request by selecting any number of star-marked items on this website. After choosing a star-marked item, the tab “My visit plan” will appear. Click on it, fill out and send the form to us, and we will get back to you within a few days.

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Step 1 - Add items to your Visit plan

Add items to your visit plan by clicking on any star-marked item among our list of Best Practice within one or more Focus Areas.

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Step 2 - Fill in the form and send it to us

Go to Visit Planner, fill out the form and send your request to us. Normally, you will have a response from us within a few days.

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Step 3 - We will contact you

We will get in touch with you to process your request further. You will be asked to provide some more information about the delegation before we confirm your booking and start creating your visit program.

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DigIT Hub helps businesses and the public sector reach digitalisation goals

DigIT Hub helps businesses and the public sector reach digitalisation goals

There is broad consensus that it’s not possible to continue with ‘business-as-usual’ if we are to achieve both a sustainable and prosperous future. DigIT Hub is an initiative that helps companies and the public sector digitalise in a unique, collaborative setting.

Siptex – Groundbreaking Textile Sorting

Siptex – Groundbreaking Textile Sorting

Siptex is the world’s first large-scale facility of its kind. It sorts textiles by colour and fibre composition using near-infrared light, allowing it to handle large flows and produce textile fractions suited to different recycling processes.

Ohboy, the Bicycle house!

Ohboy, the Bicycle house!

Cykelhuset Ohboy (Ohboy, the Bicycle house) is designed, built and owned by the architects Hauschild + Siegel. When owning the process from the sketch table to the finished product these architects really can follow up on their vision and align the product with their original plans.

Augustenborg Botanical Roof Garden

Augustenborg Botanical Roof Garden

With its 9500 sqm the Botanical Roof Garden of Augustenborg is an ever-evolving testbed of urban greening. Here you get to see more than 20 different solutions for greening a rooftop, from the most extensive green roofs to biosolar solutions and even a rooftop kitchen garden.

Evolution Road – the next generation electric road

Evolution Road – the next generation electric road

In the Evolution Road project, the next generation of Electric Roads (ERS) is being demonstrated and tested at a test site in Lund. The ERS provides a charging infrastructure for all kinds of electric vehicles – with benefits such as extended driving, seamless charging and reduced need for heavy batteries in our vehicles.

Power flexibility market – CoordiNet

Power flexibility market – CoordiNet

The CoordiNet project seeks to explore the value of flexibility through the creation of a power flexibility market. At times when many want to use electricity, participants in the market can offer to reduce their electricity use or increase the electricity production and sell this flexibility service to the distribution grid operator Vattenfall.

Sweden’s largest battery storage – a front-edge project to meet increasing electricity demand

Sweden’s largest battery storage – a front-edge project to meet increasing electricity demand

Many cities around the world are growing rapidly, which increases the need for electricity. In the city of Uppsala, Sweden, a possible solution is being developed, piloting one of Sweden’s largest battery storages to meet the increased demand, enable continued expansion and mitigate increased capacity needs.

Wireless electric road charges vehicles as they drive

Wireless electric road charges vehicles as they drive

Smartroad Gotland is a wireless electric road, charging electric trucks and a buses on a public road. The unique demonstration project is developed to gain knowledge and pave the way for the global implementation of electric roads.

Vision Zero – Reducing Road Traffic Casualties and Injuries

Vision Zero – Reducing Road Traffic Casualties and Injuries

When the concept of Vision Zero was introduced in 1997, it transformed the view of road safety work. Instead of trying to prevent all accidents, the goal is for no one to die or be seriously injured in a road accident. The initiative has led to a halving of deaths on Swedish roads.

MAX IV – synchrotron laboratory recycles excess heat via district heating system

MAX IV – synchrotron laboratory recycles excess heat via district heating system

The MAX IV Laboratory is a high-performance synchrotron laboratory which has been built with high ambitions to be energy efficient and mostly use energy from renewable resources. It recycles the excess heat via the district heating system in Lund and in return receives cooling water for the accelerator equipment. The facility was the first building to receive the classification BREEAM-SE.

Digital Community Building

Digital Community Building

Region Gotland has a digital community building process, which facilitates digital case management, digital postboxes and other such administration services. This contributes to a gender-equal, open and sustainable planning and construction process.

Island of Gotland is Home to Sustainable Energy System Pilot Project

Island of Gotland is Home to Sustainable Energy System Pilot Project

The island of Gotland has been chosen as a pilot region for Sweden’s transition to a future sustainable energy system. The main requirements for this transition are a safe, reliable energy supply that is both ecologically sustainable and economically competitive.

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