Lindholmen Science Park AB has been commissioned by the City of Gothenburg to establish an arena for film and moving image. The work will be carried out under the name Media Arena Lindholmen. The long term goal is to increase film production in Gothenburg and West Sweden and provide new development opportunities for the collective expertise that already exists within media production in Gothenburg.
On 30th January 2014, Carmenta AB signed an agreement to invest in Lindholmen Science Park AB. This investment is clearly connected to the research and development projects within Lindholmen Science Park, facilitating knowledge transfer between the academic world and society.
On January 31 one of many important seminars were held at Gothenburg International Film Festival. Johanna Koljonen led a panel discussion on the future of film and television distribution, together with producers, distributors, researchers and key stakeholders from the media industry.
Welcome to the new, easy to use website for Lindholmen Science Park. The goal of the new site is to highlight what we do. For example, our research and development program within the Transport, ICT and Media have gotten their own separate microsite.
During the last three months 70 families in Gothenburg, Sweden have participated in the on-going field test of a new, innovative travel broker service. On February 18 we will present our experiences and early findings in the project Go:smart. Please join us at the City of Gothenburg European Office in Brussels.
"One must be prepared for change, think ahead and take advantage of knowledge and technology. If only everyone knew what water can bring in terms of growth and job potential" said the Swedish Minister for Infrastructure, Catharina Elmsäter-Sword, during her visit at Lindholmen Science Park last week.
The kick-off conference held in Gothenburg 28 November for the European greening transport project Swiftly Green was a big success. The Swiftly Green project is in the spotlight and the event underlined its importance for the future development of the TEN-T core network corridors.
Eklandia AB has signed a lease with Getinge for approximately 1,300 sq m in the new office building Aurora at Lindholmen, Gothenburg. In this building, Getinge AB will place their headquarters and establish a new innovation center.
Volvo Cars will play a leading role in the world’s first large-scale autonomous driving pilot project in which 100 self-driving Volvo cars will use public roads in everyday driving conditions around the Swedish city of Gothenburg.