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LOTI Guide to Designing Smart City Projects

12 October 2021

A guide to designing smart city projects that are outcomes focused and embed trust, ethics and security as foundational principles.

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What can you expect from LOTI in Year 3?

23 August 2021

An overview of LOTI’s themes and areas of work in Year 3, together with the specific things we want to accomplish in Q1.

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6 Steps to Smart City Cyber Resilience

28 April 2021

Many London boroughs are currently either procuring or intending to procure connected technology (Internet of Things, IoT) and smart city systems to support the delivery of public services. This emerging area of technology has the potential to reduce costs, generate …

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Weeknote 7 of 2021

22 February 2021

In weeknote 7 of 2021, LOTI shares Cyber Resilience Plan for IoT & Disability Law Service guidance to support Local Authorities to fund digital access provisions for disabled people.

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Weeknote 4 of 2021

1 February 2021

In week 4 of 2021, LOTI collaborates with ONS to develop a data collaboration training opportunity & kicks off cyber resilience work.

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LOTI: End-of-year note

21 December 2020

LOTI’s final weeknote for 2020 sheds light on what we’ve been able to achieve this year with the help of our amazing community of local government officers & private sector partners.

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What’s LOTI working on?

3 November 2020

An overview of the five different ways in which the LOTI community is working to get useful things done in the final weeks of 2020.

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LOTI: Weeknote 53

3 August 2020

Covid-19 Recovery Following confirmation that two LOTI-backed projects were successful in bidding for funding from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government-19 Challenge, we met with some of our boroughs to discuss how to take their projects forward. We …

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IoT Week Framework and Video

13 July 2020

Summary video and IoT Framework created during LOTI and the GLA’s IoT Week.

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