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Smart Living

i-Kabin

The i-Kabin is a completely off-grid solar-powered battery recharging Kiosk. Just like a village water well, where people come in the center of town to get a bucket of water for their daily usage, the i-Kabin provides electricity without the hassle of creating a village electricity grid. i-Kabins can be installed and operational in a matter of hours. At an affordable cost, customers can buy a mobile battery (the “bucket) to get access to electricity. To recharge the mobile battery (i-Pack), the user goes to the closest i-Kabin, operated by a local entrepreneur, to recharge his i-Pack.

3D-printed isolation wards

In the battle against the coronavirus, timely isolation has become the top priority for epidemic prevention and control. Adequate isolation wards can not only concentrate and isolate patients diagnosed with infection and suspected patients, effectively prevent the spread of the epidemic, but also provide patients with a more professional and comfortable treatment environment, which will help their early recovery.

SymbioCity project

SymbioCity is a Swedish government initiative run by Business Sweden and SKL International. Business Sweden oversees the SymbioCity trademark and promotes national exports on behalf of the Swedish government and industry. As part of Swedish international development co-operation, SKL International uses the SymbioCity Approach to support cities in developing countries to plan and build sustainably e.g. by identifying inclusive and innovative solutions. The SymbioCity Approach seeks to improve the living conditions of people in urban settlements.

The Tel Aviv Foundation

The Tel Aviv Foundation is a partnership between the Tel Aviv Municipality and donors from Israel and around the world working together to meet the evolving needs of the City of Tel Aviv-Yafo. The Foundation was founded in 1977 and has established more than 820 projects and raised over $750 million worldwide. In doing so, the Foundation touches the lives of more than 500,000 people every year.

Living Streets Community Project in Milton Keynes

The Living Streets Community Project is funded by the European Commission’s Life programme. The project will temporarily transform streets into community areas with space for neighbours and families to socialise.
The 'living street project' is when residents convert their street from a road into an attractive area that people can meet, grow plants and flowers, create an entertainment space and share food.

Leak Notification Program

The Leak Notification Program is a new initiative that allows New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to proactively alert customers to potential water leaks on their property. The program gives customers the opportunity to sign up online to receive email notifications when their water use increases significantly over a period of several days, enabling homeowners to quickly respond to potential leaks and fix them before they become a serious billing problem.

De Hogeweyk - dementia village

The Hogeweyk (part of Hogewey care centre. A weyk or wijk being a group of houses, similar to a village) is a specially designed village with 23 houses for 152 dementia-suffering seniors. The elderly all need nursing home facilities and live in houses differentiated by lifestyle. Hogeweyk offers 7 different lifestyles: Goois (upper class), homey, Christian, artisan, Indonesian and cultural. The residents manage their own households together with a constant team of staff members. Washing, cooking and so on is done every day in all of the houses.

Smart Care Management (health data management)

Synthesize knowledge and analyze large, complex care-related data sets to identify those at risk. Manage information that spans multiple stakeholders, including wellness, health and social care organizations. Deliver proactive, individualized care that eliminates unnecessary and preventable inpatient hospital admissions and readmissions. Highlight the most effective evidence-based care protocols for greater economic value and reduced waste. Collaborate over boundaries, including organizational, bureaucratic and technological, to enable individual and population health.