Smart Cambridge – Who’s Involved?

Smart Cambridge is an exciting partnership of local authorities, business, research and academic communities.

The programme is overseen by a Programme Board and an Advisory Group to steer the work and give technical guidance.

Smart Cambridge works with a wide range of cutting edge technology businesses and is keen to collaborate with anyone who can contribute to the programme.

Smart Cambridge Programme Board includes: Cambridgeshire County Council, Cambridge City Council, South Cambridgeshire District Council, University of Cambridge and Greater Cambridge and Greater Peterborough Local Enterprise Partnership.

Smart Cambridge Advisory Group includes:  ARM, Anglia Ruskin University, BT, Cambridge Network, CCS, University of Cambridge Computing Laboratory,  Information Services and Engineering Departments, Cambridge Cleantech – Smart Cities SIG, Microsoft, Redgate, Thingful, TTP and others.

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