Smart Cities

Opportunity to collaborate with Turkish innovators in Smart Cities Sector

       

 

Date: 11 June 2019, 8:30 am to 11 am

Venue: Bradfield Centre, Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge

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. A delegation of 14 Smart Cities companies from Turkey are visiting the UK as part of the Innovate UK’s Newton Fund and T-DEB programme.

Daniel Clarke, Smart Cities Programme Manager, Cambridgeshire County Council, will be speaking at the breakfast networking event.  Download the agenda here.

What’s in it for you: 

  • Meet and discuss potential synergies for joint R&D initiatives and share know-how and expertise.
  • If successfully matched, you  will be invited to join a delegation visit to Turkey in Autumn 2019 funded by the Newton Fund.

Read more about this Innovate UK Newton Fund programme, T-DEB, a bilateral programme promoting R&D partnerships between Turkey and the UK: https://www.tdebproject.com/

The visiting companies  are:

Signalton – Digital signal processing based information systems, IoT, smart home/city, industry 4.0

T4E Energy Co. – Smart energy management solutions

TYT – Renewable energy, solar power, floating solar

Verisun – Public transport, intelligent transport (ITS), mobility

Best Transformer – Energy solution provider, transformer manufacturer

City Technologies Software Inc – Smart cities software platform

Delta Smart Technologies – Smart cities, smart incident management, car park management solutions

Drive Buddy – Big data, insurtech, self driving car

Megatek Elektronik – Lighting systems, LED lighting, electronics manufacturing

Parabol – Smart traffic management systems, cooperative intelligent transport systems (C-ITS), big data-driven traffic management solutions

Paycore – Fintech, smart cities

Piri – Travel technology

RK-Soft – Public administration, utility, energy, defense/aerospace and ICT

infoTRON Elektronik – Simulation, analytics, virtual/augmented reality, UI design, reverse engineering and 3D terrain services, GPS GNSS auto-navigation

The complete company profiles and their requirements for collaborative R&D projects are listed here: https://www.tdebproject.com/smart-cities-digital-economy-company-list

If you would like to participate or know more about this opportunity, please contact cinthya.anand@cambridgecleantech.org.uk by 6th June 2019.