Kommunikationschef /Marknad o affärsutveckling
Offentliga Rummet is the most important meeting space and conference for Swedish municipalities and county councils on the topic of smarter welfare. The aim is to further develop the public sector with the support of digitalisation, and this year’s event will be the most practical to date.
At Offentliga Rummet 2019, RISE will be holding network meetings, seminars and study visits. We also have our own booth where, among other things, we will demonstrate the new Digitaliseringssnurran (Digitalisation Reel) – a value calculation tool for municipalities.
Come and be inspired by how digitalisation can contribute to a modern, collaborative and innovative public sector. The conference is for those working to develop the public sector with the support of digitalisation. Offentliga Rummet is arranged by the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions in cooperation with the City of Västerås, Vinnova, Inera, and others.
Come visit us at the booth and participate in our activities!
June 10, 12:30-16:00
Are you curious about how IoT and data-driven solutions can create benefits in your business? Is your work already data-driven? Either way, you should come to our network event. Anyone interested in understanding how to navigate the future of data-driven cities can attend.
June 10, 12:30-16:00
What are the lessons and effects of digitalisation and welfare technology solutions? What have others done and how can I adopt it into my organisation? How can we increase the power of implementation in municipalities?
RISE invites you to an open network meeting consisting of both seminars and roundtable discussions.
Contact at RISE: Ann-Sofie Mårtensson
June 11, 11:45
An era of automation and the implementation of artificial intelligence is on the horizon. This presents great opportunities as well as great risks, such as widening gaps and exclusion. What does it mean for your business?
This seminar addresses six contemporary challenges with today’s media and communication culture as the starting point. We examine the difficulties, opportunities and solutions.
Carl Heath leads a seminar in his role as the government investigator concerning media and democracy.
Contact at RISE: Carl Heath
June 11, 11.45-12.30
A project titled The National Collaboration Project Between Innovation Platforms for Sustainable and Attractive Cities has been in progress since November 2016, focusing on knowledge sharing and learning among the six cities of Borås, Gothenburg, Kiruna, Lund, Malmö and Stockholm, which are part of the of the Vinnova initiative Development of Innovation Platforms for Sustainable and Attractive Cities. In this seminar, two of the cities share how they developed innovation capacity and innovation management for sustainable societal development in their cities.
Contact at RISE: Marcus Jahnke
June 12, 9:00-11:15
The main issues we address are: How can one identify and quantify the values and benefits of digitalisation? How can one work with utility realisation in practice and what ideas are there for the future? The answers are provided, among other things, in the form of concrete examples of projects and tools, including the Digitaliseringssnurran value calculation tool. In addition, we will avail ourselves of the experiences, method adaptations, and case studies from three municipalities – Örebro, Örnsköldsvik and Botkyrka.
High school students solve public sector challenges
Young people are our future customers and employees, and they are also experts in digital technology since they spent more than 10,000 hours with digital technology in their hands. For three days, high school students will work according to a design process in order to solve challenges that exist in the public sector with a focus on the digital future. Future Workshop is held in partnership with the City of Västerås and Västerås Science Park.
Contact at RISE: Daniella Magnusson
June 12, 09:45-10:45 and 11:00-12:00
Be inspired by welfare of the future – test new technology!
Visitors can test and experiment with new technology and listen to a research panel discuss how new technology can be used for smarter welfare. During the study visit you will be guided through four stations:
Contact at RISE: Cecilia Hyrén
Date: June 10-12
Place: Aros Congress Center, Västerås