Immense shortlisted for two Smart Cities awards

February 1st, 2019
LCV

Immense Simulations have been shortlisted for two awards at this year's Smart Cities UK conference in London.

The team have been nominated for an award in the transportation category for Immense's work with England's Economic Heartland. For the project we developed a prototype simulation platform to support policy decision making by exploring the implication of development and mobility proposals across the EEH region. This was a fantastic project to work on and we are delighted to have been recognised and shortlisted for the awards.

Immense are also in the running for the Smart Cities UK Accelerator Competition .The Accelorator session recognises the achievements of start-ups seeking to support local authorities to deliver economic and social changes.

Each year the Accelerator receives hundreds of applications, but only those who have shown the strongest impact are selected to pitch at the conference every year. Each company is provided five minutes to impress the judges and audience, made up of over 200 leaders across the UK, Europe and Asia.

Jof Ruxton, Immense's Head of Infrastructure Solutions who will be pitching in the Accelorator session said:

"Immense is excited to be attending this years Smart Cities UK conference. For us it is a great opportunity to meet with cities, councils and other innovative companies helping to address many of the pressing issues for the urban environment. We are honoured to be shortlisted for the smart cities uk award and to participate in the Accelorator session. We look forward to seeign you all there and good luck to all the other nominees."

The Smart Cities UK conference takes place on Thursday 7th February at The Marriott in Regents Park London. Over 300+ decision makers will come together to examine and discuss the key topics impacting Smart City development including; Brexit, Funding, Leadership and Sustainable Development. As well as how access to funding, investment and a global economy can drive prosperity, increase employment and tackle society's fundamental issues.

To find out more about the conference take a look at the full details and schedule here.