Innovation testing ground
Supported by the Norwegian government, the airport city will be a testing ground for smart technology and innovative sustainable solutions. Driverless electric cars, automatic lighting schemes and new technologies for services like waste management, mobility and security could be incorporated here.
Oslo airport (also government-owned) is currently the most digitalised airport in Europe and is most likely to operate the worlds first electric fleet from 2015.
A welcome break
In addition to being a hub for technology and innovation, the airport city will cater for the airport's growing work force in a variety of ways. The public park will be a destination in itself with a range of sports- and leisure activities.