Things Connected Open Call Clinic and Networking Event
Things Connected launched in September 2016, providing a LoRaWAN testbed together with an innovation support programme to ensure London is open and ready to innovate with the Internet of Things (IoT).
As part of Things Connected, Future Cities Catapult are commencing an open call to encourage innovation around urban issues. We have identified a number of challenge areas that we believe are important to cities and want to see how you can use LoRaWAN to solve them. We are looking for projects that use connected devices for practical solutions and can be deployed on the Things Connected Network. The challenge areas are:
- Urban mobility
- Connecting communities
- Healthy cities
- Integrated urban planning
At the open call clinic and networking event you will be able to find out more about the project. It is an opportunity to get inspiration and meet other people interested in applying.
Things Connected was launched in September 2016 by the Digital Catapult. Future Cities Catapult is exploring how it can be applied in the city to solve urban challenges. Things Connected is a collaboration between the Future Cities Catapult, BT, the Digital Catapult, Everynet, Beecham Research, AllThingsTalk, BRE, Imperial College London, King’s College London, UCL and Queen Mary University of London. The programme aims to empower digital startups and SMEs to embrace the opportunities of IoT, and help drive innovation. You can find information on the LoRa alliance website about LoRa certified products and specifications.
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