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iVeridis in partnership with the Institute For Sustainability (IFS), has launched a competition to encourage digital startups to come forward with technologies to help boost the capital’s major redevelopment projects and help cope with the demands of London’s growing population.

Reasons to enter include:

Winners will earn the opportunity to pitch their innovations to organisations involved in some of the highest-profile redevelopment districts in the capital, including the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park led by the London Legacy Development Corporation and Imperial West led by Imperial College London.

Background

The districts are members of the Smart London Districts Network, created by the Smart London Board with the aim of supporting the Mayor of London’s vision for ‘smart city’ innovation. They aim to encourage SMEs to provide solutions that are targeted at the challenges posed by the extraordinary growth of the capital. By harnessing technology and helping develop cuttin...
iVeridis in partnership with the Institute For Sustainability (IFS), has launched a competition to encourage digital startups to come forward with technologies to help boost the capital’s major redevelopment projects and help cope with the demands of London’s growing population.

Reasons to enter include:

Winners will earn the opportunity to pitch their innovations to organisations involved in some of the highest-profile redevelopment districts in the capital, including the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park led by the London Legacy Development Corporation and Imperial West led by Imperial College London.

Background

The districts are members of the Smart London Districts Network, created by the Smart London Board with the aim of supporting the Mayor of London’s vision for ‘smart city’ innovation. They aim to encourage SMEs to provide solutions that are targeted at the challenges posed by the extraordinary growth of the capital. By harnessing technology and helping develop cutting edge ideas and products, the network members believe they can meet that challenges that growing cities face.

The Smart London Districts Network members are aiming to do more than simply build new homes and offices - they want to create thriving and dynamic communities – and they are interested in uncovering ways in which smart technology and data can support this aspiration.

Criteria

The members are interested in how smart technology and data can be used to help connect people with others in their district as well as with the places they live, work and visit, creating a sense of place. This can be particularly challenging in the large, phased developments being led by the Districts Network members.

Solutions could be suitable for use during build phase or in full operation, or might be used to provide a link between the build and operational phases.
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Michael FRANCOISE Programme Director at @CyLon | previously @iveridis @Zomato & @Apple | Innovation, entrepreneurship, tech

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