Meet the Companies
Design for Social Change
Design for Social Change Ltd (D4SC) is an award-winning London based urban technology innovation company creating products and services combining human and machine intelligence to co-create smarter cities. Smart city roadmapping tool CitizenCanvas won the Smart City World Expo 2015 showcase. Changify’s in technical pilot in Plymouth with Amey-Ferrovial. With discussions for rollout in SE Asia, D4SC’s products have been featured in the FT, Sunday Times, BBC, Wired and Guardian.
GeoUniq is a geolocation enabler. Having created the world’s most efficient mobile geo-location engine, we collect mobile user’s anonymised location data, aggregate and analyse it for the benefit of city planners and local businesses alike.
Gett is the go-to app for instantly booking a black car, and soon for getting what you need on-demand, whenever you need it. The same app that connects you to black cars will soon allow you to ‘Gett’ other things – from beauty and home services, to dry cleaning and food & drink – all with the same high quality service. We’re thrilled to be able to offer you even more products and services in just one tap, using the same Gett technology that has empowered riders to take 30 million journeys across the globe.
JustPark is rethinking parking for the digital age. Our apps and website provide over 1 million drivers with a smarter parking experience - allowing them to find, reserve and pay in seconds, saving time and money on every journey. In addition, our technology and data helps over 25,000 property owners to maximise the value of their parking assets - from car parks, to driveways, to underused real estate.
Invotra is a fast-growing intranet software company, backed by experts with decades of experience delivering robust solutions to the open source community. Through our easy-to-use SaaS platform we enable our customers to deliver the right content to the right people, at the right time. Certified to ISO 27001:2013 we take security seriously, delivering an enterprise digital workplace to 45% of UK Government. Invotra enables the evolution of your enterprise.
Open Energi is harnessing flexibility in our demand for energy to build a new energy economy which is cleaner, cheaper, more secure and more efficient. We work with large energy users to turn their energy-intensive equipment into income and support their sustainability goals. Our Dynamic Demand technology integrates with a range of equipment from fridges to furnaces and turns them into “smart devices” which can adjust their energy consumption in real-time to help National Grid manage electricity supply and demand.
Polysolar is an award winning developer and manufacturer of innovative transparent solar photovoltaic window glass that directly substitutes for conventional glazing and cladding materials. Its PV glazing offers the benefit not only of generating carbon free renewable energy, but also significantly reduces power consumption in buildings through improved thermal control. Known as Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Polysolar have become world leaders in manufacturing, designing and installing
facades, skylights and structures.
SEaB Energy designs and commercialises groundbreaking waste-to-energy technology to create renewable energy, water and fertiliser from organic waste. Based on anaerobic digestion, our smallscale, award-winning and patented Flexibuster™ and Muckbuster® are industrial appliances offering disruptive onsite alternatives to centralised waste processing, removing the necessity and costs, diesel consumption and carbon emissions of transporting waste. The systems have been retrofitted into global mega-city buildings and are automatically controlled and remotely monitored.
Space Syntax provides an evidence-based approach to planning and design, with a focus on the role of spatial networks in shaping patterns of social and economic transaction as well as environmental impacts. The company’s reputation is based on a highly creative use of technology to identify the essential design features of urban and building design projects and simulate their impacts. These are typically aspects of the location, linkages, layout, land use and landscaping of a project that influence human activity and, in doing so, drive the performance of places.