Digital infrastructure a key to sustainable development
Sweden aims to be the best in the world at harnessing the opportunities afforded by digitalisation by 2025. All Swedes will have access to secure and reliable digital infrastructure. This is conducive to making travel redundant, creating smart homes and connected vehicles, and adopting digital governance to streamline energy, water and sewage. Comprising IT and communications infrastructure, such as 5G and sensors, as well as soft infrastructure in the form of laws and standards, digital infrastructure provides industry and the public sector with the requisite conditions for greater cooperation, strong competitiveness, and efficiency gains.
RISE can lead and coordinate complex projects that require cooperation between the business community and the public sector. We work with cybersecurity in digital infrastructure, such as Cyber Range, and have expertise in business models and policy labs for shared data and new services. RISE also has the AstaZero testbed for digital infrastructure for vehicle fleets and the Awitar testbed for wireless communication in vehicles.