Technology and the huge amount of data that are collected everyday provide increasing opportunities to better understand the world we live in and transform it into more efficient services to citizens. Yet, are we able to organise, interpret and translate this data into better urban services? As London is preparing to growth to more than 11 million residents by 2050, smart technologies will become crucial in creating a smart future for London.
How are smart city technologies changing the way we plan and design for London? What is the role of data and digital platform in creating better places to live, work and play for all Londoners?
In this talk we hear from city leaders and professionals discussing the challenges and opportunities for the development and use of smart city technologies and the role they play in shaping London.
Peter Murray, Chairman, New London Architecture (Chair)
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