Jamie leads Dublin City Council’s Smart City program – an innovation programme that is addressing city challenges through the application of new and emerging technology opportunities. Through this work he has delivered collaborations with world leading tech companies such as Google, Bentley, Softbank, Microsoft, IBM and Intel. One of his flagship projects was the establishment of the ‘Smart Docklands’ district that provides a platform for start-ups, big tech, the city, and academia to come together and fast track innovation. Learn more: www.smartdocklands.ie
He established the ‘Smart Dublin’ regional initiative in 2015 – an umbrella brand for the four Dublin local authorities to collaborate and to deliver more efficient city services, better outcomes for residents and to support new economic opportunities. More info: www.smartdublin.ie
He holds a science degree from Trinity College Dublin and a Masters in Geographic Information Science (GIS) from University College London. He previously worked in roles with the Home Office, Met Police and Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science.