Welcome to the DIT4BEARs final seminar. Join us to learn more about the DIT4BEARs project, its use cases and the results. Learn how blockchain technology enables the establishment of a global identification system with real-time biometric identification.
Get insightful discussions on the reindeer traffic warning system observations and the development of service and monetisation models for a mobile app that aims to prevent traffic accidents involving reindeer, and much more.
9:30 - 9:45 Welcome, introduction of project presentations & Living Lab methodology
Björn Backe, Project Manager, Luleå University of Technology
9:45 - 10:05 Smart Road use case
Rune Dalmo, Associate Professor, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Explore the challenges posed by sudden weather changes and the unique topography of the Barents Euro-Arctic region, including steep hills and fjords.
10:05 - 10:25 Smart ID use case
Morteza Alizadeh, PhD student, Luleå University of Technology
Discover how blockchain technology can be used to set up a global identification system and explore the integration of biometric data for real-time identification.
10:25 - 10:40 Coffee break
10.40 - 11.25 Connected Deer use case
Observations of Reindeer Traffic Warning Business Ecosystem: Transactions and Technology
Mika Saloheimo, Senior Lecturer, Lapland University of Applied Sciences
Petri Martikainen, RDI Specialist, Lapland University of Applied Sciences
Connected Deer use case: The Creation of Service and Monetization Models for Mobile App for the Prevention of Reindeer Road Accidents in the DIT4BEARs Project
Anthony Okuogume, Senior Lecturer, Lapland University of Applied Sciences
11:25 - 11:45 Panel discussion
Exploring Opportunities and Challenges in Implementing Connected Solutions: Insights from DIT4BEARs Project Experts
Moderator: Björn Backe, Project Manager, Luleå University of Technology
11:45 - 12:00 Conclusion and summary of future activities:
Reflecting on Achievements and Charting the Path Ahead: Key Takeaways and Future Directions of the DIT4BEARs Project
The project is co-financed by the European Union and the Norrbotten Region.