Building Technology

 

Making buildings cleaner and smarter through automated systems, sustainable building materials, and new technologies to increase efficiency.

Previous events have included: an event with ARM exploring how to make their global HQ into a smart, efficient ‘connected campus’, and regular tours of sites such as Cambridge Science Park and Norwich Research Park.

This group is chaired by Dr Aled Jones (Director, Global Sustainability Institute, Anglia Ruskin University), and supported by Dr Martin Clark (Deputy CEO, Future Business) and Colin Jones (Managing Partner, Hewitsons).

If you are interested in contacting the chair or one of the supporters of the SIG, please contact us at admin@cambridgecleantech.org.uk.

You can also contact admin@cambridgecleantech.org.uk if you wish to get involved with the SIG.

Kao Data: From Diesel To Renewable HVO

Kao Data, the specialist developer and operator of advanced, carrier neutral data centres for high performance colocation, has today announced it has taken a further step towards its Net Zero ambitions by becoming the UK’s first data centre to transition all backup generators at its Harlow campus to HVO (hydrotreated vegetable oil) fuel.

Meet the Buyer: TIMM ELEKTRONIK – Moving software to the cloud

EVENT: Meet the Buyer – TIMM ELEKTRONIK is looking for a partner to take IntelliLock, the smart access control system for wind turbines, to the next level by moving the IntelliLock software to the cloud.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Closed
VENUE:
Online 
FOR: 
SMEs in the smart access control sector

November Think Piece Series 3: IMPROVING PEOPLE TRANSPORT IN CAMBRIDGE AND OTHER URBAN CENTRES

EVENT: Integrating door-to-door people transport – systems thinking approach to technology, user behaviours and policy
FOR: Anyone interested in improving people transport in Cambridge and other urban centres
DATE: 19th of November 2020
VENUE: Online

November Think Piece Series 2: Improving people transport in Cambridge and other urban centres

EVENT: Real Commuter Journeys – behavioural insights and multimodal transport solutions
FOR: Anyone interested in improving people transport in Cambridge and other urban centres
DATE: 12th of November 2020
VENUE: Online

November Think Piece Series 1: Improving people transport in Cambridge and other urban centres

EVENT: The First and Last Mile – Adjusting to the New Greener Normal
FOR: Anyone interested in improving people transport in Cambridge and other urban centres
DATE: 5th of November 2020
VENUE: Online

SMEs and Start-ups: Smart environmental solutions for your community

EVENT: SMEs And Start-Ups: Smart Environmental Solutions For Your Community
DATES: 8th September 2020 | 15th  September 2020 | 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm BST
VENUE: Online

Hackathon: Smart environmental solutions for your community

EVENT: SMEs And Start-Ups: Smart Environmental Solutions For Your Community: A series of three Hackathons.
DATES: 28th July 2020 | 8th  August 2020 |11th August 2020 | 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm BST
VENUE: Online

How the UK Construction Sector Plans to ‘Build Back Better’

EVENT: How the UK Construction Sector Plans to ‘Build Back Better’
DATE: 2nd July | 11:30 – 12:30
LOCATION: Online (Zoom)

 SMART CITIES – OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS

In this thinkpiece, Raymond Fang and Blake Liggio from Goodwin explore the significant global movement towards developing “smart cities” – cities that are increasingly interconnected and technology-dependent.

SCIFI Open Call 2 –Selected Companies & Pilot Booster Program Launch

Announcing the European startups chosen to work on smart city solutions for the second Pilot Booster Programme of the Smart City Innovation Framework Innovation (SCIFI) project.