How can London be empowered by better data and what can we do to foster collaboration and data sharing across the public and private sector?
Collecting and effectively managing data is critical to deliver vital services for the city, from managing traffic, to measuring air quality, to monitoring energy consumption to name a few. But what are the ways to create better collaboration across London using data? What are the frameworks and approaches that can be used to connect all up?
In this webinar, we hear about how the Internet of Things (IoT) Framework developed by Sharing Cities and the London Office of Technology and Innovation can enable better collaboration among London Boroughs. Other case studies presented will include Arup’s digital neighbourhoods and Bosch’s air quality data.
A panel discussion will address the role of data in supporting vital services and making the lives of Londoners better, both in the face of Covid-19 as well as in supporting London’s leadership role as a place for innovation.
10:00 Welcome from Chair
Simon Allison, Senior Inward Investment Manager, London & Partners
10:05 IOT framework: enabling better collaboration
Nathan Pierce, Programme Director, Sharing Cities
10:15 Digital neighbourhood
Sarah Hayes, Senior Planner, Arup
10:25 Sharing air quality data
Lionel Vancon, Product Manager for Air Quality Solutions, Bosch
10:35 Panel discussion
Speakers above, plus:
Daniel H. Batts, Business Development Director, Microsoft UK
Head of Smart London Team and Sharing Cities Programme Director, Greater London Authority
Senior Inward Investment Manager, London & Partners
Senior Planner, Arup
Product Manager for Air Quality Solutions, Bosch
Business Development Director, Microsoft UK