All speaker presentations and slides available from Smart Places, Smart People 2019
What progress is the UK making towards the development of smart places – cities, rural areas and regions? What is the ultimate goal? How can we build IoT, smart devices and smart services into our public sector from the ground up? And what are the foundation stones for delivering this?
Watch the videos below to find out what our public sector speakers had to say:
4IR and local government: opportunities, risks and next steps for policymakers
Scott Corfe, research director, Social Market Foundation (slides)
The importance of data quality and standards in Smart Places
Nick Chapallaz, managing director, GeoPlace (slides embedded)
Gaining insights through addressing data
Dr Marc Adams, senior analyst and MESH mapping lead, National Audit Office (slides)
London: Building a smart city through collaboration
Nathan Pierce, programme director for sharing cities, Greater London Authority (slides embedded)
Newcastle: What makes a city smart?
Jenny Nelson, digital Newcastle programme manager and Paul Armstrong, digital Newcastle and Smart Cities technical architect, Newcastle City Council (slides embedded)
REPLICATE Bristol, a citizen centric approach to the Smart City
Hayley Ash, REPLICATE programme manager, Bristol City Council (slides embedded)
Population health and technology enabled care
Nicky Parker, director of business change and transformation, Manchester City Council (slides embedded)
12 lessons for Smart Cities
Daniel Clarke, smart Cambridge programme, Cambridgeshire County Council (slides embedded)
Spatial Networks and Urban Simulation
Jyothi Gupta, architect, data scientist (smart cities and urban analytics), University College London
Join us at the next UKAuthority event - Data4Good on the 11 October 2019. It is free to the public sector and attendance comes with 5 hours CPD learning.