Smart Cambridge Leadership Award

Smart Cambridge Programme Manager Dan Clarke won the Leadership Award in this year’s Smart Cities UK Awards for his work making Cambridge a front runner for the Smartest City in the UK.

Dan has developed and managed the Smart Cambridge programme, including the development of an Intelligent City Platform (iCP) and sensor network to collate real-time data,  and projects using new and emerging technologies to address city challenges such as transport and air quality.

Thanks to everyone who voted for Dan. Organisers said the response was overwhelming and the award is a great accolade for all involved.

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