Twelve students from Malmö University , Lund University and Hong Kong Polytechnic University has recently begun a collaboration in three different areas ; Health care for the elderly , the Internet of things and Solutions for liveable cities .
Wednesday, 18 June the students met via Skype to continue to work to develop visionary prototypes for sustainable solutions that can be implemented in the various areas. Hong Kong is facing similar challenges as major Swedish cities, including in terms ofdemographics, where fewer people will support more older people,climate and an increasing demand for smart technology solutions.
The results are presented at InnoConference, which is part of InnoCarnival, 13-15 November 2014. The expectation are that representatives from various companies and organizations will show interest in innovations and take them on for development and production.
InnoCarnival Skane 20143 is a project and a meeting place for al lwho are interested in innovation and sustainable development. The project is part of a collaboration with Hong Kong and involves pupils and students from around Skåne. The aim is to give children and young people the opportunity to come up with new ideas and smart solutions for influencing future sustainable society.