ARCTIC CHALLENGE HACKATHON

Welcome to the Arctic Challenge Hackathon 2023! From Monday 27 November to Wednesday 29 November, LTU Master's students will work together on challenges in the areas of 5G, digital twins and more. We also invite other students to participate at Skellefteå Campus.

ADVANCED DIGITALIZATION AMBASSADOR OF THE YEAR 2023

At Vinnova's Mötesplats Advanced Digitization 2023, the "Ambassador of the Year Award for Advanced Digitization" was presented to our project manager, Karl Andersson. Karl would like to express his gratitude to all partners and collaborators who have contributed to the success of our projects.

PRESENTATION

We invite you to watch a recorded webinar where the project and its partners talk about their work.

Click on the YouTube video on the right.

WELCOME TO THE WEBINAR

March 22, 2023, at 13.00-13.40
The project participates during Sweden Innovation Days with a webinar where we present our work. The global event Sweden Innovation Days lasts for three days and focuses full attention on how we can enable innovation that has a significant impact on society, the environment and the economy.

Thanks for attending the hackathon

Thank you to everyone who participated during the Arctic Challenge Hackathon! Over three days, students, researchers and developers solved business problems in IoT, Edge computing, 5G and information security.

Arctic Challenge Hackathon

Arctic Challenge is a one-of-a-kind Hackathon focusing on IoT, LoRa, Edge computing, 5G and Information security.
From Tuesday November 22nd after lunch to Thursday at lunchtime November 24th Master students at LTU collaborate, and experiment. We also invite other students either on site or online.

FILM ABOUT THE PROJECT

Watch a short film about the project where professor and project leader Karl Andersson talks about the purpose of the work. 

NEW HOUSE IN SKELLEFTEÅ GETS ENERGY FROM NEIGHBORING BUILDINGS

The new building planned for Campus Skellefteå by the Skellefteälven will have a unique energy solution. It will be supplied by the energy from the buildings next door. "It's about moving energy both in terms of time and place," says the project leader, Professor Karl Andersson.

PROJECT CREATE UNIQUE ENERGY SOLUTIONS

Vinnova has granted the project "Digital city development - Campus Skellefteå" where Luleå University of Technology collaborates with ABB, Skellefteå Kraft and Skellefteå Municipality. In the project, an energy management system will be built to take on the challenge of moving power needs in time and space in a geographical location and thus use the infrastructure more efficiently and more resource-efficiently.