Jamie Cudden

Jamie leads Dublin City Council’s Smart City programme and supports the rollout of the regional ‘Smart Dublin’ initiative. His work cuts across the public and private sector building exciting new opportunities to deploy smart city solutions and demonstrators with a particular emphasis on supporting startups and entrepreneurs. He represents Dublin on leading global industry and smart city alliances including TM Forum, Wireless Broadband Alliance, Harvard TECH Innovators Forum, and is the current President of the City Protocol Society.
Jamie holds a science degree from Trinity College Dublin and a Masters in Geographic Information Science (GIS) from University College London. He previously worked in analyst and mapping roles with the Home Office, Met Police and Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science. He is the current Chairman with ECO-UNESCO, a leading Irish environmental education charity that works with young people across Ireland.