SMART LONDON BOARD
The Smart London Board was first brought together in 2013 to help advise the Mayor of London on how to put digital technology at the heart of plans to make London a better place to live, work and invest. Its members are leading experts in academia, business and entrepreneurship.
In its first year, the Board developed the Smart London Plan, a strategy for utilising smart technologies to help London remain a global leading city. The Plan was launched by the Mayor of London in December 2013 and the SLINs were created as a key commitment of the Plan.
Members of the Smart London Board are:
Professor David Gann, Vice-President (Development and Innovation) at Imperial College London and holds the Chair in Innovation and Technology Management in Imperial College Business School and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (Chair of the Smart London Board)
Volker Buscher, Director, Arup
Neil Crockett, CEO of Digital Catapult
Professor Dr Martin G. Curley, Vice President of Intel Corporation
Kru Desai, UK Head of Government & Infrastructure at KPMG UK
Rupert Green, Smart Design Lead at Parsons Brinckerhoff
Gerard Grech, CEO of Tech City UK
Dr Andy Hudson-Smith, Director and Deputy Chair of the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) at The Bartlett, University College London.
Gordon Luo, CEO of Huawei UK
Peter Madden, CEO of Future Cities Catapult
Alwin Magimay, Head of Digital and Analytics at KPMG UK
Dennis Moynihan, Director of the London Node of EIT ICT Labs
Professor John Polak, Professor of Transport Demand and Head of the Centre for Transport Studies at Imperial College London.
Ian Short, Chief Executive of Institute for Sustainability.
Dr Mike Short, Director of Telefonica Europe
Gavin Starks, CEO of Open Data Institute.
Mike Steep, Senior Vice President of Global Business Operations, PARC
Mukhtiar Tanda, Partner Real Estate and Urban Development at Berwin Leighton Paisner
Paula White, Software Client Architect at IBM
Dr Tim Whitley, Managing Director of Research and Innovation at BT
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WHAT does the project do?
Camden built a “residents’ index”, uniting information from 16 council data sources to create a single, consistent view of residents across the borough and the council services that they are accessing.