3 Quick Questions – Thomas Castor

Meet Thomas Castor, our Process Manager for Innovation.

Job Opening – Process Manager Incubation/Acceleration

Are you our new Process Manager for Platform Incubation / Acceleration?

Smarta Städer

Sweden's most important meeting place for the future City and Society. The conference is an industry-wide major initiative with speakers from the industry, the public sector and the academy. The program has been developed in close cooperation with industry...

3 Quick Questions – Emelie Eklöf

Meet Emelie, our Financial Officer

It’s finally here! Gävle Innovation Arena’s Block Chain Test Bed is now in place.

Monday September 10th we enjoyed welcoming around 50 people for the Launch of the Block Chain Test Bed, held at Clarion Winn Hotel here in Gävle.

Success Stories

In the nomenclature’s heavy context,
sometimes it’s good to just get down to basics and give some examples on successful Projects

Hyper Ledger Blockchain Test Bed – Gävle Innovation Arena

Fujitsu is a global company that has 140 000 employees worldwide. Fujitsu spends 1,5 billion USD’s on R&D yearly. To create a robust eco-system it is essential that we at Future Position X manage to attract all different companies and organizations. We believe that all companies in the evolution chain (Incubation to Enterprise) are important. Innovation is key, therefore we are glad to welcome an innovative company like Fujitsu in to Gävle Innovation Arena. ”We are proud to be one of eight nodes in Fujitsus Hotspot Network”/ Anna Fjällström Verksamhetschef/CEO FPX ”We hope our node in the Gävle Innovation Arena will attract new applications and solutions”/ Mikael Wikman, Director at Fujitsu

To learn more, go to Gävle Innovation Arena

Sensing City

The Sensing City project was a multi-year, multi-partner International Study focused on Smart Technology in the city to provide health benefits to it’s most vulnerable citizens in a sustainable way. The project took a series of disparate datasets on a specific testgroup and the environment, collected data using an ecosystem of technology, sensors and joined this previously un-linked data together to provide new Geospatial Health Intelligence. The project was able to link environmental data from technology – hosted in the fabric of the city – to personal mobility and health data from smartphones in almost real-time.


According to the industry organization IT and Telekomföretagen, 70 000 new programmers are needed in Sweden by the year 2022. To get there we all need to work together, we need initiatives, activities and educations that lead to work opportunities.
Through a venture with Vinnova, FPX has been able to run Training Programs for women in Programming. One of the performers in the project is Tjejer Kodar, who, through their unique approach to Programming and Learning, have been able to engage a large group of women. The interest and demand have been far greater than we initially anticipated within the framework of the project. This is a clear indication that the work is important and must continue with the regional actors.

Our Financiers

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