Imperative

Connected Intelligence

The infrastructure that enables digital connectivity within and between places as well as the technology and intelligence that enables data-rich insights, modelling and analysis.

Projects, Opportunities & Case Studies

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SafeMRX
SafeMRX aims to help facilitate advancement to Automated Vehicle (AV) deployments without a safety driver, where some or all of the responsibilities of safety drivers are transferred to automated systems.
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Milton Keynes 5G Create
Using 5G technology to support a major international sporting and cultural venue.
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UK and Republic of Korea launch new innovation twinning programme
Cities are engines of national growth and centres of innovation, creativity and connectivity. In our globalised innovation economy city twinning is having a data-led renaissance - and the UK and South Korea are leading the way.
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ATOMICUS drone project takes off
The safe and efficient use of cargo drones in UK airspace to transport items such as medical supplies or aircraft spare parts is a huge opportunity. But the use of commercial drones at airports alongside traditional passenger aircraft is not without its risks.
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Getting ready for the Airspace of the Future
Much is being done across the UK to integrate drone services within the wider transport ecosystem to ensure safety, efficiency and environmental sustainability.
Case Study
G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance Cyber Accountability
As more and more cities embrace connectivity and technology like connected devices and IOT, the threat of serious cyber-attacks on digital infrastructure is increased.
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Future of Air Mobility Accelerator seeks innovators
The Future of Air Mobility (FAM) Accelerator will be selecting 12 SMEs to join a 6-month programme, where they will receive support from a consortium of industry, academic and regulatory partners on the trial and testing of disruptive innovations.
Case Study
UK firm UtterBerry tackling construction safety in the Philippines
Construction is the deadliest sector in the world. In the Philippines, the fatal injury rate in construction has been steadily increasing since 2011.