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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.
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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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 are imactivate. We write software and work with data to tell stories in a digital world. Closely connected to the vibrant creative scene in Leeds, the North of England, and beyond, we're highly-experienced scientists comfortable with the technical details that stop many great ideas becoming a reality.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is Scotland’s principal environmental regulator, protecting and improving Scotland’s environment. As a non-departmental public body of the Scottish Government, our role is to make sure that the environment and human health are protected, to ensure that Scotland’s natural resources and services are used as sustainably as possible and contribute to sustainable economic growth.
The West Yorkshire Combined Authority is responsible for the £1 billion west Yorkshire Plus Transport Fund, and works closely with business in the region through the Leeds City Region LEP to ensure that business and the regional economy is at the heart of the decisions taken.
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