The Modern City
from vision to reality
Meet The Experts
General Business Lead, Scotland
Expertise: Experience of bringing to clients technology based solutions with real business and organisational value
IBM Smarter Cities Lead
Expertise: Kal has over 22 years experience working in and with the public sector, and most recently focused on developing solutions for Smarter Cities
IBM Lead for Sustainable Glasgow
Expertise: Ronnie is the IBM representative on the Sustainable Glasgow initiative
IBM Chief Technology Officer - North East Europe
Expertise: Creating sustainable business value from information technologies
Connect With Communities
Welcome to the official YouTube channel for IBM in the UK & Ireland. Here, you'll be able to learn more about our company and our vision for a smarter planet.
Smarter Cities on LinkedIn (link resides outside of ibm.com)
This group is intended to discuss, debate and share ideas on how citizens, businesses, organizations and governments are working toward making their cities smarter.
Smarter Cities on Twitter (link resides outside of ibm.com)
Bringing IBM's vision of smarter cities to life through exciting & tangible examples of how UK (& other) cities have begun their journey towards a smarter future.
Building a smarter planet, city by city (link resides outside of ibm.com)
Join the Facebook group.
IBM's Smarter Cities Survey
IBM's Smarter Cities survey, of over 2,000 adults from four UK cities, has found that Londoners want better cooperation between public sector services, as well as closer communication with their city leaders.
22 Nov 2011
Watch the Sofa City highlight film from BASELondon.
IBM's sofa city tour explores a smarter future.
The modern city – from vision to reality
Cities are complex, noisy, congested and bursting at the seams, yet more people live and work in them with each passing day. We need our cities to thrive in order to secure all of our futures. Where should we start? What options do we have? Should we be concerned?
IBM Infographic named as one of the Guardian's web picks of the week.
ComRes conducted a bespoke quantitative survey of 2,010 adults living in four cities in the UK.