Past Meetup

London Internet of Things Meetup 59: Showcase @ London's Living Room

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We're very happy to be hosted by City Hall for the second year running (http://iot.london/2015/10/londons-connected-living-room/) and showcase the best ideas for London from local internet of things startups.

We have invited guests from various government departments to join us and meet startups, we're especially keen to have companies that think they can benefit government on all levels (education, health, environment, policing, security, taxation, benefits).

Please note this is a ticketed event through Eventbrite (http://iotlondon-londonlivingroom-2016.eventbrite.co.uk).

Exhibitors

Energy

Open TRV (http://opentrv.org.uk)

International Development

Buffalogrid (http://buffalogrid.com)

Bboxx (http://www.bboxx.co.uk)

Healthcare

OliTool (http://www.ogenblikltd.com/)

Kemuri (http://www.kemurisense.com)

FutureCare (http://www.futurecare.uk.com)

Basho (http://www.basho.com)

Run an Empire (http://www.runanempire.com)

City Services

Thingful (http://www.thingful.net)

Spur (http://www.spur.site)

Things Connected (https://www.digitalcatapultcentre.org.uk/project/things-connected/)

Environment

Do it kits (http://www.doitkits.com)

MobiCycle (https://mobicycle.co.uk)

Purrmetrix (https://www.purrmetrix.com)

Use @iotlondon and #iotlondon to keep conversations connected and check out http://iot.london (http://iot.london/) for other resources.

This special showcase is organised thanks to Capgemini (http://www.uk.capgemini.com)

Capgemini is a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services. Have a look at the Collaborative Business Experience (http://www.capgemini.com/about/how-we-work/the-collaborative-business-experiencetm), and their worldwide delivery model Rightshore® (http://www.capgemini.com/about/how-we-work/rightshorer).

And with the continued support of Resin (http://resin.io/) , Sherlock (http://www.onefinestay.com/sherlock/) & Zuhlke (http://www.zuehlke.com/gb/en/).