Kunstmatige Intelligentie in de Publieke Ruimte in Scheveningen
van Leeuwen, J.P., Quanjer, A.J., Jylhä, A., et al. 2018. Kunstmatige Intelligentie in de Publieke Ruimte in Scheveningen – Projectrapportage. Den Haag: De Haagse Hogeschool, okt. 2018.
Abstract | Download the full report (in Dutch)
This document reports on the project “Artificial Intelligence in the Public Space.” The Hague University of Applied Sciences investigated, together with local creative entrepreneurs, the possibilities for applying AI and sensor technology in public spaces. The municipality of The Hague has the intention to create a Smart City Infrastructure, consisting of “Smart City Hubs” – WiFi stations with plugin-sensor technology – in light poles in the public space.
This project deliberately took a citizen perspective in identify desirable solutions and opportunities for innovation. Two prototypes were created and evaluated, that demonstrated the potential and social value of Smart City technology. The project was co-financed with a KIEM-subsidy from Regieorgaan SIA and the following organisations:
- The Hague University of Applied Sciences
- The Municipality of The Hague
- Dutch Coast / JungleWorks
- Waterzee / Wunderpeople
- Urban Link / Haagse Makers