Holt Street, Birmingham, B7 4BB
SMART Cities and Smarter working
This event is a hybrid seminar workshop focused on the problem of how smart cities will support the transition to flexible and smart working. This workshop brings together University of Birmingham postgraduate researchers and industry specialists interested in remote, flexible and collaborative working.
Participating in this workshop will enable you to discover and better understand the various factors that impact future work. The postgraduate researchers will present possible solutions alongside talks from industry specialists, followed by structured problem solving sessions in order to create and to improve on known products, services, and systems.
09:30 Registration & networking: Refreshments provided.
10:15 Introduction and context
10:30 Amey: What different cities are doing to enable flexible working
11:40 Climate KIC: Creating productive and liveable green spaces
12:30 Summary, review, conclusions
13.00 Networking, Light lunch
Dr Rick Robinson, Amey
Richard Davies, Climate KIC
This work forms part of The Innovation Engine Project, which aims “to create new markets for SMEs by finding challenges that need innovative solutions”.
The Innovation Engine project is an ERDF funded project with the aim of benefitting SMEs with offices in the in the Greater Birmingham & Solihull LEP area.
The Innovation Engine Project is supported by:
Project delivered by:
Innovation Birmingham Ltd
in partnership with
Birmingham City University
University of Birmingham
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Transport for West Midlands