Urban Land Institute is to hold an event exploring digitisation of cities and urban technology next week in London.
ULI UK Tech Conference: Digital Cities and Urban Technology aims to bring together professionals from across technology, innovation, urban realm and investment.
Held in London’s Living Room at City Hall, the event will be look at how cities, technology and real estate sectors are adopting strategies that support digital innovation and what lessons can be learned from their approaches.
ULI UK Tech Conference: Digital Cities and Urban Technology will feature keynote speeches, lightning round presentations, panel discussions and Q&A sessions.
- Theo Blackwell, chief digital officer, Greater London Authority
- Margot Orr Jones, cities director, Jacobs
- Ger Baron, chief technology officer, City of Amsterdam
- Dylan Roberts, senior responsible officer, Leeds City Council
- Dr David Dunn, chief executive, Sunderland Software City
- Bridget Wilkins, associate director UK Development, CBRE
- Priya Prakesh, chief executive, Design for Social Change
- Sarah Drinkwater, head of Campus London, Google
- Vanessa Butz, chief executive, District Tech
- Ed Parham, director, Space Syntax – Moderator
The event is due to take place between 8.30am and 12.30pm followed by lunch on Tuesday 17 April.
Established in 1936, the Urban Land Institute is a not-for-profit education and research body with more than 40,000 members across the globe and more than 1,100 in the UK.
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