Housing Innovation Week: Homes and Healthy Ageing
The trend in industrialised societies towards increasingly older populations creates a major challenge for the way we will design, build, and live in our homes in the future. In the UK, almost 1 in 4 people will be 65 or over by 2037, according to Centre for Ageing Better.
Housing Innovation Week: Housing and Urban Mobility Talk and Webinar
The digital and data revolutions are transforming market after market, as Marc Andreessen memorably stated, software is ‘eating the world’. These changes are unlocking new ways of creating value and new business models such as the emerging MaaS (Mobility-as-a-Service).
Plantech Week 2019
Developed over the last three years by Connected Places Catapult’s Digital Planning team, PlanTech is using existing and emerging technologies to form a 21st Century future-ready planning system. The event takes place over three days from 17-19 September
Lunchtime Lecture: Using Satellite Observation to Launch Urban Air Quality Monitoring into the 21st Century
Third Thursday: “Innovation: What’s in it for us?”
Are you working in a business, the public sector, the academic sector, or another organisation? How do enterprising activities and innovation help you increase productivity and growth?
Housing Breakfast – The Future of Housing Standards
Developing homes fit for the future is vital for the creation of vibrant city economies, as well as the promotion of wellbeing and good quality of life for urban populations. Standards for housing are significant as they can facilitate integrated solutions, provide market consistency and drive a range of outcomes for homes.
Connected Places Mission to China
We are partnering with the HMG Science and Innovation Network and Satellite Applications Catapult to run a Connected Places Mission to China. We invite UK SMEs with an innovative product or service related to “Connected Places”, and an interest in doing business with China to apply to take part.