Practical information for visitors

On this page, we have gathered frequently asked questions and answers as well as practical information for you who are visiting Advanced Engineering.

General information

Entrance
Kistamässan
Arne Beurlings Torg 5
164 40 Kista

Wednesday 10 April: 9.00-17.00
Thursday 11 April : 9.00-16.00

On site you’ll find both a restaurant, bistro, and café.

Service areas On the upper entrance level, you’ll find the service center, booth service, restaurant, cloakroom, toilets, lounge, and the exhibition hall.

Special parking permit For individuals with special parking permits, there are two parking spaces adjacent to the main entrance.

Good to know if you have visual impairment Guide dogs are, of course, welcome.

The stairs down to the Service Center and down to the E-level are marked with contrast color on the top and bottom step.

Good to know if you have hearing impairment Hearing loops are available on the front row at all stages.

Unfortunately, we do not have interpreters on-site during fairs, but you are welcome to bring your own interpreter. Please contact casper.norberg@easyfairs.com for questions regarding this.

Good to know if you have allergies Guide dogs are welcome at Kistamässan, but no other animals are allowed.

The soap in our public toilets is extra mildly perfumed to suit sensitive skin.

Live plants are available in the restaurant and may also be present in the exhibition hall during fairs.

 

There will be a photographer and filmmaker on site during both days. If you do not wish to appear in the photos, please inform the photographer on site.

Due to the size of the fair, strollers unfortunately cannot be brought into the exhibition hall.

Otherwise, the minimum age for visitors is 18+.

Unfortunately, pets are not allowed inside the fair.

This does not apply to guide dogs.

The cloakrooms are located at the entrance next to the exhibition hall, where you can leave your jacket and bag for a fee of 40 SEK per item.

No cash accepted – only card payment or Swish.

For those of you living in Kista, Sollentuna, Solna, Ursvik, or other nearby areas, there are many good bike paths to Kistamässan. Right across the street from the main entrance, there are bike racks.

See how you can cycle here

Bus: Several bus lines serve Kistamässan. Plan your trip through SL here.

Subway: Take the blue line 11 from T-centralen towards Akalla. Get off at Kista – travel time 17 minutes. From Kista Centrum’s subway station, it is a 12-minute walk to Kistamässan. Follow the signs to Kistamässan. The subway runs approximately 6 times per hour.

Commuter train: Take the commuter train from Stockholm Central towards Uppsala, Upplands Väsby, or Märsta. Get off at Helenelunds station – travel time 15 minutes. From Helenelunds station, it is a 10-minute walk to Kistamässan. Follow the signs towards Kistamässan. The commuter trains run 4-6 times per hour.

E4 Northbound: Take the exit KISTA S from E4 to enter Kymlingelänken/road 279. Keep right and follow signs towards Kistamässan. Turn left at the traffic lights signposted towards Kistamässan. Drive straight ahead at the roundabout towards Torshamnsgatan and signs towards Kistamässan. Continue straight on Torshamnsgatan at the traffic lights. Turn right onto Strömögatan and follow signs towards Kistamässan.

E4 Southbound: Take the exit KISTA S from E4. Turn right at the second exit and follow signs towards Kistamässan. Keep right at the roundabout towards Torshamnsgatan and signs towards Kistamässan. Continue straight on Torshamnsgatan at the traffic lights. Turn right onto Strömögatan and follow signs towards Kistamässan.

Parking:

Stockholms Stad manages the parking, and it is a paid parking area. There are limited parking spaces in the vicinity, so we advise you to use public transportation or cycle if possible.

The new prices are:

50 SEK per hour 150 SEK for 12 hours 200 SEK for 24 hours

We reserve the right for any price changes as it is not our (the organizer’s) parking facility.

Available at the upper entrance by the cloakroom.

Registration

After you have registered, you will receive a confirmation sent to the provided email. Please bring this confirmation, preferably digitally, and show it at the entrance. Once this is done, you will receive a name badge from the entrance host called Smart Badge, which functions as a digital business card. See more information about this under ‘Your Smart Badge – your digital business card’.

When you registered for Elektronik, you received a confirmation email with a barcode. Please have this confirmation available when you arrive at Kistamässan.

Once on-site, you will be issued your Smart Badge. This name tag serves as your digital business card throughout your stay. It displays your name, company, and the position/job title you provided during registration.

All exhibitors will have a small reader in their booth labeled “Touch & Collect.” Whether you’re interested in contacting the company after the fair or simply gathering information about the company, just hold your badge against the reader, and you and the exhibitor will exchange contact details. After the fair, you will receive an email summarizing your visit. Simple and digital!

Smart Badge video

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We want to make the fair experience as smooth as possible for our visitors. That’s why your name tag isn’t just a name tag – it’s also your digital business card.

Each exhibitor has a Smart Badge reader. When you hold your name tag up to the reader, you and the exhibitor exchange information. At the end of the day, you’ll receive a summary of all the exhibitors you’ve interacted with. Meanwhile, the exhibitor receives your contact details and can easily send further information.

Sometimes you might have an especially fruitful interaction with an exhibitor, and you may want to exchange more detailed information. In that case, the exhibitor can scan your name tag with their phone and make notes to facilitate future contact.

Program

At the main entrance, you will find a large sign displaying the program, hall layout, and exhibitor list.

There will also be an opportunity to scan a QR code on-site to access the entire fair on your mobile device.

Additionally, a printer-friendly PDF will be uploaded to the website closer to the fair date.

No, this year we do not offer any digital material, neither during nor after the fair.

The exhibition floor

In each exhibitor’s booth, you will find a reader marked with “Touch & Collect”. If you are interested in getting in touch with the company after the fair or just collecting information about the company, simply hold your Smart Badge (name tag) against the reader. Once you do that, you and the exhibitor will exchange contact information. After the fair, you will receive an email summarizing the booths you visited. Simple and digital!

Smart Badge video

The exhibition floor is filled with exhibitors. You can see who is present in our Exhibitor list. The hall layout and booth directory will be available on a large sign in the upper entrance, and there is also the option to scan a QR code to have the entire fair on your mobile device.

If you and an exhibitor have a good conversation and you want to exchange more detailed information, the exhibitor can scan the QR code on your Smart Badge. This is done using the exhibitor’s phone, and they can then make notes that facilitate future contact.

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