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Hull City Council is the unitary authority for the city of Kingston upon Hull. We provide more than 400 different services to our 260,000 residents and our population is continuing to rise. As Hull begins its journey towards becoming a smart city, Hull City Council has identified a number of key, distinct yet concurrent phases that have to be addressed: development of its own service specific use cases, a single view, analysis and interaction of public sector services, the facilitation of the smart technology infrastructure and management of data security.
Vortex IoT builds sensors and networks for harsh environments where conditions are hostile, power supply is limited, AI is needed and data security is critical. By embracing new technologies Vortex offers tailored solutions for delivering cost effective deployments and evidence based interventions to asset, device and resource management that will enrich any organisation's decision or command & control solution and capabilities. Vortex's IPR and innovations include a blend of intuitive cloud and fog-based systems, Edge Computing, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and blockchain security combined with bespoke IoT sensor design capabilities. Vortex IoT combines cloud capabilities with business intelligence and bespoke design of low-power wireless sensor networks to deliver step change enablement to operations management.
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Yotta is a global connected asset management software and services provider. We empower organisations to make better, more intelligent decisions by ensuring our Customers systems, assets and people are connected, and the data they produce is structured and captured to provide operational insight.
We work with our agencies and partners to support the transport network that helps UK businesses and gets people and goods travelling around the country. We plan and invest in transport infrastructure to keep the UK on the move. Department for Transport is currently developing its approach to how the department and the wider transport sector can be supported to make better use of data by addressing the range of barriers.
Leicester City Council’s new Smart City strategy is aimed at improving people’s lives in the city through better use of digital technology. The strategy will combine Leicester’s digital, physical and social environment to deliver an inclusive, thriving and sustainable city for all.
We offer a multi-disciplinary service including traffic and transport design and project management, cost consultancy and building consultancy services across the building, highways and infrastructure sectors. We have an in-depth knowledge of the property market and construction industry, which allows us to provide considered advice on development strategies, investment potential, risk management and the facilities required for productive workplaces.
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