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The smarter way to develop a national infrastructure
techUK, the voice of the UK technology industry, has launched the UK's first smart infrastructure initiative, SmarterUK.  With a focus on Energy & Utilities, Transport & Smart Cities, SmarterUK will be the national champion for smart infrastructure development in the UK, committed to growing the market and overcoming obstacles to its development.
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techUK:  UK’s First Smart Infrastructure Initiative Launched

SmarterUK

HMT:  Infrastructure at heart of Spending Review as Chancellor launches National Infrastructure Commission

Speed up pace of infrastructure action, say two thirds of businesses - CBI/AECOM

New agrimetrics centre will boost food & farming industries

HMT:  Chancellor announces closer ties with Brazil on infrastructure & financial services

techUK presents to the e-Infrastructure Leadership Council

Public consultation begins on 'transformative' Crossrail 2

Ofcom announces details of 2016 MOD spectrum auction

Exploiting 5G infrastructure: apply for business funding

Next steps on Licensed shared access (LSA) study

The EU & China signed a key partnership on 5G communication networks

Laying the foundations for ‘5G’ mobile

A plan to enable the UK to meet the growing demands placed on its wireless infrastructure over the next decade published by Ofcom

New techUK initiative SmarterUK announces first event with National Grid

London must invest in infrastructure & skills to remain globally competitive - CBI President

Hinkley Point C to power 6m UK homes

£500,000 study to explore Oxford to Cambridge Expressway

Ofgem to spark more competition in building onshore electricity infrastructure

IFG:  Statement on the creation of a National Infrastructure Commission

IPPR North: TransPennine electrification puts the Northern Powerhouse back on track – but we need to see radical investment & devolution

Presumably the opportunities are not open to Russian Oligarchs?

Governance, Risk and Compliance: Creating an Effective Business Case for a GRC Platform