Smart cities

Co-operating organisations changing the art of the possible


Cross-domain Configuration Management

The management of systems across trust boundaries


Smart Venues

New business models from co-operating technology


Distributed application spaces

Enabling greater innovation


Trusted relationships

Bringing new opportunities by unlocking revenue


We specialise in cross-domain configuration management solutions for managing systems across trust boundaries

Configured Things specialises in building cross domain technologies. These technologies, traditionally the preserve of three letter agencies, but which we commercialise for sharing data and managing systems across trust boundaries. Places such as cities, venues & buildings are often shared spaces, formed of multiple co-operating and potentially competing entities. Yet existing solutions treat connected places as having a single owner – we instead embrace these multiple domains and allow our clients to build systems that span boundaries between and within organisations.

Our platform provides a policy-based approach to connecting organisations, federating their systems and data in a controlled manner. Control for Configured Things derives from declarative configuration management – putting things under control, monitoring for drift and taking corrective action based on a desired outcome.

Users of connected spaces do not wish that they must define all the steps of how their data will be collected, processed, stored and shared, and neither do we.

The Platform Solution

The platform

Configured Things are building the operating system for securely shared systems.

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WebWindows Solutions


WebWindows is “Signage as Code”, providing programmatic display management.

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SharedAwareness Solutions


A product dedicated to shared situational awareness of systems between organisations.

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SmartFrog configuring


We are the lead maintainers of the SmartFrog configuration management project.

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Configured Things build with security as a core design principle. We were one of just eight companies selected for the National Cyber Security Centre accelerator programme, from a pool of 180 applicants.