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August 17th, 2016

Brexit? What Brexit?

Redpill Group and Fraunhofer announce a new dawn of pan-European innovation.

Today Redpill Group and Fraunhofer, Europe’s largest application-oriented research organization, announce the signing of an MOU, designed to take pan-European R&D, innovation and technology commercialisation to the next level.

June 16th, 2017

A new kind of city infrastructure

With new innovative services that apply design thinking and process to massive amount and types of available data, in public and private domains, Planners can now fully automate the design process. By Saibal Chowdhury, CEO of Urbanetic - a Redpill Group partner.

April 4, 2016

​​Redpill Group to accelerate and transform urban renewal

Redpill Group, together with a range of public and private sector partners today announces the launch of a project to accelerate urban planning and take data-driven 3D simulation and design to the next level, improving the lives and wellbeing of people living and working in major cities around the world.

December 4, 2015

Redpill Group launches Technical Services suite.

Redpill Group is delighted to announce partnerships with three client businesses, as part of our new suite of Technical Services.

March 30, 2016

Redpill Group and Birmingham announce a world-first in data sharing and innovation

Led by Redpill Group, a partnership is today announced between the UK’s Digital Catapult and Birmingham City University with the launch of the first Data Catalyser.

July 1, 2015

Cities made simple

As systems become integrated and data is commoditised, new cities, or new parts of existing cities, will be born connected; engineered with citizens at their heart and equipped to deal with the economic, social and environmental challenges and opportunities of the future.

July 20th, 2016​

​London and Singapore open up data for smart urban planning

Exciting times are in store in the field of smart urban planning as previously unavailable transport, planning and air quality data for an area of north London around Kings Cross Station is to be used as a test-bed for world-class smart urban planning.

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October 4th, 2017 

Halting the destruction of the Amazon;

the ultimate innovation challenge

​For the first time, the world’s largest tropical rainforest is to be made available to businesses, universities and entrepreneurs as a global science and innovation centre. It is hoped that this will help us to understand, protect and preserve this vital asset for future generations.