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Lifelong learning pilot for Scania employees

New technologies demand new kinds of competence. As the industry experiences a new era with autonomous, electrification and digitalisation, the need to extend knowledge in various fields emerges.

- Openness gives better products

KTH and Saab have a mutual interest – to develop the software of the future. This is the purpose of the cooperation project CASTOR, a software technology research centre at KTH.

Cooperation creates growth for SMEs

Sustainable Innovation is one of KTH’s partners in the project Grön BoStad Stockholm [Green Housing Stockholm]. The project aims to contribute to sustainable urban development and to create growth in small and medium-sized enterprises.