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    IoT for increased student health

    A two-year project, where a high school in Arvika becomes a test environment for IoT technology. The aim is that the application of the technology should be able to contribute to methods to strengthen students' health, increase learning and contribute to creating the conditions for a better life.

    Arvika municipality is the principal of the two-year investment, which began in March 2021. DigitalWell Arena, Karlstad University and Scaaler IoT Labs, an Arvika-based IoT cluster with around 30 member companies, also participate in the project.

    The new upper secondary school will be a test environment where companies and entrepreneurs will be able to test IoT technology in a real environment. The data collected will be analyzed by both researchers at Karlstad University and Arvika's student health.



    Christian Persman

    Project manager, Arvika municipality

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