Rather than presenting members with a wide range of innovations that may not be required or desirable, SLIN members work together to define the real-world smart city development challenges they face.
Partners then use the expertise and resources available to help shape these challenges in ways that stimulate suppliers, innovators and researchers to respond with effective solutions.
Activity also includes identifying current best practice in smart initiatives in London and beyond.
Submit your project to be part of the Smart London Innovation Networks.
BRE, in partnership with the Mayor of London, is encouraging small businesses and entrepreneurs to develop new forms of technology that could help the capital’s major infrastructure providers gain a shared understanding of the location and state of their underground assets.
Winners of a competition announced today (18 March) will earn the opportunity to pitch their innovations directly to organisations involved in providing key infrastructure across the capital, including UK Power Networks, National Grid and Thames Water.