Learn from innovation cases

Learn from innovation cases

Innovative infrastructures – bicycle lift in Trondheim, Norway

Innovative infrastructures – bicycle lift in Trondheim, Norway

Bicycling in mountainous cities can be troublesome unless you are fit. Trondheim, Norway attempts to encourage bicycling in spite of the hilly streets. Trondheim is an environmental friendly city that promotes cycling. It has a public bike project were you can rent bikes. 18% of the population of Trondheim is using their bike as a daily means if transport to work or school. Norway aims to raise bicycle traffic to at least 8% of all travel by 2015. The lift…

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Innovative infrastructure becomes a tourism attraction in Copenhagen, Denmark

Innovative infrastructure becomes a tourism attraction in Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen is Mecca for bicyclists. Over the years, in an attempt to struggle against traffic jams and parking chaos, the city as provided a bicycle trails, bicycle parking facilities etc. The population has taken the infrastructure on board to such an extent that the tourists come to observe and enjoy. The Copenhagen experience demonstrated the importance for tourism of innovation in other sectors and for other purposes that distinctly tourism. The Copenhagen transportation policy includes measures to increase safety, comfort,…

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Waiters eliminated by robots at ’s Baggers in Nürnberg, Germany

Waiters eliminated by robots at ’s Baggers in Nürnberg, Germany

S ‘Baggers lets the food bowls travel on metal tracks at high speed from the kitchen high up under the ceiling and spiraling down to the table of the customer. No waiter involved. The order is placed on a touch screen, a screen which also provides detailed information about the food, lets the customer rate the quality, and organizes the payment. The food is ambitious, and the experience is extraordinary, and s’Baggers is breaking the roles of high gastronomy, showing…

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