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Nitrous London - Building data-driven cities (Bhakti Gajjar, Nicholas Acfield) #CPIT2
Nitrous London - Building data-driven cities (Bhakti Gajjar, Nicholas Acfield) #CPIT2
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Designing urban environments that work best for the people that live in them both now and in the future is a challenge that, through the use of data, is opening up more possibilities. As an integral element, mobility is a key area of focus, but so too are energy, urban planning and more.

Michael Hurwitz, Director of Transport Innovation at Transport for London, said: “The public sector has a strong track record of working with the private sector to drive innovation. In this new age of startups and tech-hubs, it’s great that we have been able to support these exciting new products with our expertise and open-data. We look forward to seeing their progress within the wider industry in the next few years”.


Bhakti Gajjar - Head of Communication Nitrous

With a background in corporate and public affairs, Bhakti works at the intersection between the startup ecosystem, established industry and the public sector. She has worked on projects in the mobility space - including an innovation programme with Transport for London - and is an advocate for better and more effective use of data.




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