Mayor of London’s Resilience Fund Webinar
Event finished: 18th March 2021
The Mayor of London’s Resilience fund is a £1m challenge which is calling on innovators to address some of the key urban challenges which face London today. Connected Places Catapult is delighted to be supporting this challenge as a partner and would like to invite all our innovative SME partners to join us for a webinar on March 18th at 12pm to find out more.
Air Quality Challenge
The Mayor of London and Lambeth Council are looking for innovators to develop a solution that utilises data to help reduce the exposure to air pollution by vulnerable residents.
Challenge statement: Create a digital tool that models and visualises air quality data and health impacts from air pollution control measures to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable residents.
Local Food Challenge
The Mayor of London and Groundwork are looking for innovators to develop solutions that help tackle food insecurity and increase food resilience in local communities.
Challenge statement: Create a digital platform that effectively manages the flow of food in Barnet, maximizes referrals (need) and supply (excess food/donations), and creates predictable patterns for and with local actors to more efficiently provide food to people who need it.
Smart Mobility Challenge
The Mayor of London and Better Bankside BID are looking for innovators to develop solutions that help organisations make freight journeys smarter and greener.
Challenge statement: Create a tool which helps organisations reduce the number of air polluting journeys their vehicle fleets make whilst transporting goods in urban areas. The tool should enable organisations to easily input their data, and suggest efficiency improvements tailored to them based on this.
Find out more about the challenges here.