We Need Aspirins, not Vitamins, to Fund Smart Cities | Dan Clarke, Cambs City Council | IoT Forum 2016

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Dan Clarke, Future Digital Programme Manager, Cambridgeshire County Council (CCC)

The Future Digital Programme was set up at the CCC to look at how improved connectivity and emerging technologies can help to better deliver public services and quality of life for Cambridgeshire residents.

As part of the Programme, CCC are looking at how ‘Smart City’ technologies, including the Internet of Things, can be used to better manage Greater Cambridge and address some of the challenges the city faces. The Programme also aims to make Cambridgeshire an attractive location for businesses by consolidating, enhancing and spreading the reputation of Cambridge and the surrounding area for technology, innovation and enterprise by ensuring a ‘Connected Cambridgeshire’ with 21st century digital infrastructure services.

Find out all this and more….

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Slides from Dan’s talk at IoT Forum 2016 here

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