Smart Places & Connected Communities

Event hub: Presentations and videos from our recent event looking at Microsoft's CityNext vision for building the smart places and connected communities of our common future  

                    

Watch the overview video above for a flavour of the discussion on the day. Alternatively, all speaker presentations are below, with slides embedded.  

Microsoft's CityNext vision:
Chris Perkins,
General Manager Public Sector, Microsoft UK

Will the Digital Revolution make London
a more united or a more divided city?
Cllr Fiona Colley, Southwark Council 

TeenTech City of Tomorrow:
Maggie Philbin OBE, CEO TeenTech CIC

Enfield’s Transformation Journey So far: 
Simon Gardner, Head of Operational Support, Enfield Council

Putting data in the beat:
Robert Hogg, Managing Director,
Black Marble

Real time PAYG parking:
Andy Graham, Project lead, Westminster City Council

Preventing falls:
Andrea Baker, Health and Care STP Lead Falls Programme, East Midlands

Safehouse in Liverpool:
Pip Witheridge, CEO, Informed Actions

Identity At The Core:
Tim Gregson, Local & Regional Government CTO, Microsoft Services UK

Council and police working together on safeguarding: 
Paul Donnelly, Director of Justice Solutions, risual

Using data to power support for families, Think Family Programme – City-wide, Birmingham Children’s Trust and 
Supporting early learning services:
both presentations delivered by Graham McCusker, Director, Sentinel Partners

The power of data and analytics in local public service:
Helen Olsen Bedford, Publisher, UKAuthority



 

Meanwhile, for more information on the CityNext vision download the paper 'Smart Places & Connected Communities' or visithttps://aka.ms/enterprise-citynext

If you would like to discuss how Microsoft can help you start to build smart places and connected communities today, contact CityNext lead at Microsoft, Helena Zaum