Register now for Smart London Camp — 21 April 2018

Come and join Theo Blackwell, Chief Digital Officer for London, at City Hall for the Mayor’s first unconference.

If you’re involved in local or city public services, work to transform the way things are done in a service area, or a just passionate about city government, register your interest to attend Smart London Camp 2018 below.

The ideas pitched and discussed at Smart London Camp 2018 could directly shape London’s digital future and become part of a new Smart London Plan, to be launched by Mayor Sadiq Khan at London Tech Week in June 2018.

Agendas for unconferences are set for the day, on the day(courtesy UKGovCamp)

Sounds good, when is it?

Saturday 21 April 2018 at City Hall
Register your interest now

What to expect?

An unconference is an exchange of innovative ideas, where everyone attending has the option of taking part or leading sessions. Leave your job title at the door — everyone is on a level playing field: it’s the ideas that matter.

How an unconference works: A video from when UKGovCamp came to City Hall

Why don’t I see an agenda now?

The agenda is decided on the day. Attendees can pitch their own idea, help shape others’ proposals in discussion and network during and afterwards with fellow practitioners who make things happen in this field.

Sessions may well cover the themes from the Smart London plan:

  • City-wide collaboration
  • A new deal for data
  • Digital skills and capacity
  • World-class connectivity
  • Inclusive technology

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Or take some inspiration

There’s already so much smart innovation taking place such as:

  • Contactless payments
  • Journey times from Citymapper
  • Police wearing body-worn cameras
  • Digital customer services across the public sector · Civic participation through on Talk London
  • Digital health solutions

A smarter London could also improve:

  • Public services — budgeting, health and social care, live waste data
  • Public space design based on data
  • Personalised learning
  • Participation, crowdfunding, regeneration
  • Transport reliability and choice
  • Energy services
  • Connectivity
  • Personal and public health

The opportunities for London are almost endless. Let’s make London smarter together. Register your interest now or email questions to