How do we build a Smarter London?

Friday 28 November 2014

09:00 - 13:00 (registration from 08:30)

NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London WC1E 7BT

We live in the Age of Digital Information. Every part of our city – our buildings, services, transport and movement – can be recorded, designed, controlled or monitored using computer technology.

Individually these pieces of information are smart – we can manage building energy systems, traffic lights and the movement of buses. The spread of new technologies and the coordination of all this data has the potential to make cities even smarter. NLA’s 'Smarter London' Insight Study explores how data, technology and analytics are changing the way we design, build and manage the city.

This major half-day NLA conference forms part of the series of events exploring a ‘Smarter London’ and will bring together engineers, planners, smart technology providers and key London thinkers to examine London’s development as a smart city. How do we build a ‘Smarter London’? What are the key policies and initiatives currently in place for the city? How can we improve the way we design, plan for and manage the city?

View photos from the event via our flickr page here.

Speakers Toggle

Andrew Collinge , Assistant Director, Intelligence and Analysis, GLA  
Dr Andrew Hudson Smith, Director and Reader in Digital Urban Systems - Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, UCL 
Lean Doody, Smart Cities Lead, Arup
Kasper de Graff, CEO, Images&Co
Benjamin Lesser, Development Manager, Derwent London
Jo Negrini, Executive Director Development and Environment, LB Croydon
Rachel Skinner, Director, Parsons Brinckerhoff
Tim Stoner, Managing Director, Space Syntax
Peter Murray, Chairman, NLA (Chair)

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