London based company is a winner in the Connected Cities awards, run in partnership with the Cabinet Office, MK:Smart* and TechHub.
London-based Vivacity Labs was crowned winner of the Internet of Things category for its intelligent cameras, judged the most innovative technology solution in this field. The system enables the next generation of reactive traffic lights, and eliminates the need for time-consuming and expensive manual data collection by councils. Winners of the Connected Societies and Internet of Things categories receive £7,500 and six months support from BT to help develop their ideas.
Ian Dalton, president of Government and Health, BT, said: “This competition has really highlighted the rich vein of dynamism and innovation that exists in the UK’s SME market. With around one million SME customers, BT has a strong interest in helping them to innovate and thrive."
Connected Cities is the eighth in the series of competitions created to showcase SME digital innovation being run by the BT Infinity Lab. More information about BT’s Infinity Lab competitions is available at http://www.btplc.com/btinfinitylab/.