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).

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)


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.

Towards a Smart, New NE Cambridge District

Date: Monday 14th October 2019
Time: 9:00 – 13:00
Venue: The Bradfield Centre, Cambridge Science Park
Topics: City planning, Innovation, Smart living
Organisers: Cambridge Science Park, Smart Cambridge & Cambridge Cleantech

Mission to China

EVENT:  Tech Valley International
DATE: 18-22 May 2019
VENUE: Jiangsu
FOR: Tech Smart Companies
ORGANISER: Cambridge Environment and Technology Ltd

Smart cities mission

Here is an exciting opportunity for companies in working in smart cities, IoT, renewable energy, intelligent transport (ITS), big data, fintech and self driving cars to collaborate with Turkish innovators in these sectors.


Smart Cities Innovation Framework Implementation (SCIFI) is an EU-funded project built around the use of open data to solve urban problems such as transportation, waste management and maintenance of infrastructure.


GreenSoul is a research project aimed at achieving higher energy efficiency in public buildings by altering the way people use resources, both shared and personal.