Entries for the 2018 Smart Cities UK Awards are now closed! This years winners are below, congratulations, images of the winners to follow!

Award Category: Data


Using machine learning and sensor data, JustPark have built an industry-first system that predicts the future availability of individual on-street parking bays (in collaboration with Westminster City Council)

Award Category: Connectivity


TOMI is an innovative urban interactive equipment focused on those who live and visit cities.
Equipped with advanced technologies and designed to fulfil the information needs where and when they are felt. Design in harmony with the city environment and fully interacts with smartphones.

Award Category: Transport


Go-Ahead Group and iBlocks
At Go-Ahead Group, we acknowledged that our current smart ticketing propositions for our bus services was still fairly close to a digital emulation of what ticketing was already available. It was evident with the technology now available to us that we could do something much more innovative with an informative, low-friction customer solution. We produced a mobile ticketing solution called HOPSTA

Award Category: Leadership


Daniel Clarke, Smart Cities Programme Manager, Cambridge County Council

Daniel has developed and programme managed a Smart Cities programme for Cambridge (Smart Cambridge) including the development of an underpinning city architecture and projects which use new and emerging technologies to address city challenges such as Transport, Air Quality and Health and Social Care. Daniel is making Cambridge a front runner for the Smartest City in the UK!

*Please note Citizen Engagement , Buildings and Security entries were not deemed of a high enough standard to shortlist.

** Please note Leadership nominations were based on the views of the Smart Cities UK Team