Cambridge hots up smart cities debate
Technology from Cambridge that can enhance the development of ‘smart cities’ will be showcased to the world via a June conference.
Sir Paul Judge, inspiration of the Judge Business School at Cambridge University, leads the debate at Cambridge Cleantech’s inaugural annual Conference – ‘Smart Cities: From Leading Edge Thinking to Commercial Delivery Solutions and Contract Opportunities.
Sir Paul will deliver the keynote address on why smart cities are essential. Stephen Pattison, VP Public Affairs, ARM Holdings and Professor Douglas Crawford Brown, director of the Cambridge Centre for Climate Change Mitigation Research, University of Cambridge also top the bill.
The conference is taking place on Tuesday June 2 at The Trinity Centre, Cambridge Science Park.
There will be case studies on new and innovative smart cities technologies from TTP Group, Anglian Water, Sentec, EBTC, the David Ball Group, Alconbury Weald, APC Technology, Bouygues, Cambridge Smart Monitoring Solutions, Inductronics and WEJO.
There will also be two major announcements on new competitions for innovative product and services suppliers for major projects in the UK and abroad.
The audience includes visitors and speakers from India, China, Hong Kong, Spain and other parts of Europe who are available to meet delegates throughout the day.
Martin Garratt, chief executive of Cambridge Cleantech said: “With over 100 attendees already registered, we are delighted with the response we have had to our first ever annual conference. “We have a terrific line up of business speakers and we aim to make this the ‘must attend’ CleanTech event in the UK, to really showcase what Cambridge and the UK has to offer in CleanTech products and services”
• To get involved, see http://cambridgecleantech.org.uk/events-cleantech-futures