Learn about how Future Cities Catapult is making innovation happen in cities around the world.
Case Study - UMii
After assessing the maturity of mobility innovation ecosystems in 30 world cities, the Urban Mobility Innovation Index (UMii) has revealed several notable success stories.
Case Study - Birmingham Eastern Corridor Smart Roadmap
To accelerate existing regeneration projects with smart technologies and data, Birmingham is implementing a new citizen-centric approach developed by Future Cities Catapult.
Case Study - LEMUR
Improved energy efficiency in homes reduces greenhouse gas emissions, energy consumption and cold-related illnesses. The Local Energy Mapping for Urban Retrofit (LEMUR) project has produced a digital tool and business model report to support the successful planning and implementation of domestic energy efficiency retrofit schemes.
Case Study - Capstone
Future Cities Catapult is bringing small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in 2017. The businesses will try out new digital technologies with the aim of making visitors and residents of the area healthier and happier.
Case Study - Thames Water
Customer engagement is a critical component of Thames Water’s multi-year business plans. New digital technologies and better surveying strategies could guarantee more engaged customers and higher-quality services.
Dubai Smart City Phase 2
Future Cities Catapult has recommended a range of solutions that could help Dubai become the happiest and smartest city in the world, including a digital dashboard to help residents make better use of city data.
Case Study - Tombolo
The Tombolo Digital Connector is a new piece of open-source software designed to interconnect datasets and urban models.
Case Study - Future Belfast
Future Cities Catapult is helping Belfast City Council to develop innovative solutions to maximise business rates and improve city services.
Case Study - Cities Unlocked
Researchers have developed a new device that uses 3D sound and location sensors to make cities more accessible for visually impaired pedestrians. Applications of the technology are expected to extend beyond this group and could also include, for example, the tourism industry.