[OKFN-EN] Urban Prototyping Festival, London 2013: Digital Innovation for a Sustainable Society

Jonathan Gray jonathan.gray at okfn.org
Thu Mar 28 18:41:56 UTC 2013


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Urban Prototyping Festival - London 2013.  Hosted by Sustainable Society
Network+ and NEMODE Network+

Do you want to change the world through digital technologies and great
design in the urban environment?  Always wanted to hack big data?  Want a
chance to showcase your great idea in front of London's top tech community?
 Are you looking to connect your great ideas with the potential for
follow-on funding?

Then if so, join us at UP London!  We have great awards, exclusive
workshops, mentors and unique opportunities to network with some of the top
tech, design and architecture communities in the UK with the opportunity to
receive up to £100,000 (100% fEC) of awards.  We also have a great speaker
series with some great debates organised between leaders in the fields of
design, architecture, technology and user-led design.  Get involved!

The Urban Prototyping Festival, held between the 8th April and 26th June
2013, will be hosting over 300 developers, architects, designers, artists
and technology specialists investigating the role of digital technologies
in creating smart sustainable cities.

How to participate;

Want to build a great physical prototype?  Join through our open call:
http://uplondon.net/call-to-action/ and submit by April 21st!

Want to hack big data?  Register our hackathon between 19th and 21st April:

Want to listen to great debates and inspiration talks?  Register for our
speaker series: http://uplondon.net/schedule/

Please feel free to pass this on to anyone you feel may be interested

Any questions?  Mail us at: info at london.urbanprototyping.org, or
sustainable.society at imperial.ac.uk

Jonathan Gray <http://jonathangray.org/> | @jwyg <http://twitter.com/jwyg>
Director of Policy and Ideas
The Open Knowledge Foundation <http://okfn.org/> |
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