Billy J. Smart
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Billy J. Smart is an inventor, based in Monaco. His late grandfather was Billy Smart Sr. the televised circus founder, whose show was the first British television programme to have an audience of over 20 million. Sir Billy was also the founder of Windsor Safari Park, the first private British tourist attraction to have 2.5m visitors per year.
Smart was educated at Eton College, Duke University, USA and Kings College London, where he studied law.
After various property investments, including an attempt to buy Nicholas Van Hoogstraten's Hamilton Palace, in order to convert into a tourist attraction, Smart now concentrates on licensing patents, including a fully automated, hopeless docking system for private yachts and an on-street, size sensitive, vehicle parking booking system about which Smart is in discussions with a satellite navigation system organisation to licence his ParkSmart system, in a reputed deal worth up to $50m.
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