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Between 2013 and 2014, Bristol City Council was awarded £5.3m funding to develop a ‘research and development test bed’ which was a part of the ‘Gigabit Bristol Programme ‘funded by DCMS/BDUK’s Super- Connected Cities programme. Bristol is Open (BiO) was set up to deliver this test bed as a joint venture between Bristol City Council and the University of Bristol, which has resulted in a Smart City Research and Development network platform of multiple communications technologies installed around the city.
Cube Intelligence solves the problem of autonomous vehicles’ security by using blockchain technologies, AI-based deep learning and quantum hash cryptography. In the future, the $770 billion autonomous automotive market will see Cube as the first user of blockchain-based security.
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.
Founded in 2011, OpenDataSoft provides a Cloud-based turnkey platform designed for smart and easy transformation of all types of data and APIs into innovative services. Serving as a dual purpose Open Data Portal and Smart City Datahub, the platform makes publishing, sharing, and reusing data easy for all business users. Its SaaS model and extreme scalability enable small, medium and large governments, as well as companies and utilities, to easily open access (privately or publicly) to datasets containing hundreds of millions of rows.
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Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is the local government body responsible for delivering Greater Manchester’s transport strategy and commitments. More than 5.6 million journeys are made across Greater Manchester’s transport network each day. It’s our job to do everything we can to keep the city-region moving and growing. This includes developing easier, smarter ways to travel and plan your journey by using data and technology.
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.
Conigital are transport infrastructure integrators developing Mobility-as-a-Service, IoT sensors and Artificial Intelligence solutions for the next generation of zero emission driverless shuttles. Accessibility, independence and inclusivity for the visually impaired, less abled and the aged sit at the heart of all we do.
IntechnologyWiFi are a technology company at the heart of driving digital change and transformation in public and private sector organisations in towns and cities across the UK. We act as an enabler and deploy the latest technology including ‘blanket’ public WiFi, Small Cells, Fibre, 5G ready networks and IoT solutions to provide organisations with the right digital infrastructure and a solid foundation of digital connectivity inside and out.
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The Urban Big Data Centre (UBDC) is a research centre that is jointly funded by the ESRC and the University of Glasgow. We aim to promote the use of big data and innovative methods to improve social, economic and environmental well-being in cities. We deliver analyses which have demonstrable impacts on public policy, society and industry.
Vivacity has developed and patented award-winning Artificial Intelligence technology that continuously captures and classifies live transport usage, 24/7. Our sensor hardware provides continuous and anonymous streams of data on all forms of mobility – from pedestrian to cyclist, car to HGV, and everything in-between.
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