London Innovation Series

9:30 am - 8:30 pm

Future Cities Catapult, in partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS) is bringing top innovators together to work in London, on the future of UK cities and UK citizen services. Join us between January 23 and February 3 at the Urban Innovation Centre to hear about innovation best practices and all the newest technologies that could boost your mission.
Learn how to build services in a completely new and fresh manner
There are many success stories that we’ve all heard about, but when it comes to your digital government project where do you get started? How do you train your staff and align your technology strategy with the ever increasing pace of citizen requirements? Customise your own itinerary during the two weeks of discussions, roundtables, and workshops as part of the London Innovation Series, so you can learn to build services in a new and fresh way.
The London Innovation Series will take place over two weeks to examine the business-critical technologies needed to become a citizen-centric government:

Open data and the privacy debate
Digital Skills = engaged workforce = citizen centricity
IoT beyond the traffic lights: Independent living/healthcare
How to be safer in the cloud than ever before
AWS SME accelerator programme

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Cost: Free of Charge


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Location

Urban Innovation Centre,

1 Sekforde Street, London, EC1R 0BE

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Nearest tube and train stations to Urban Innovation Centre

Farringdon
Metropolitan
Hammersmith & City
Circle
Barbican
Metropolitan
Hammersmith & City
Circle
Chancery Lane
Central

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