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Nokia joins Bristol’s programmable city initiative


Nokia has joined the Bristol Is Open initiative, becoming the first major telecoms company to participate in Bristol’s living laboratory. Bristol Is Open (BIO) encompasses the entire city, effectively transforming it into a test bed to explore how integrated technology solutions can benefit citizens, from helping solve problems such as traffic congestion, air pollution and assisted living for the elderly to trials of self-driving cars. Bristol Is Open is a joint venture between the University of Bristol and Bristol City Council and is funded by local and national government, and the European Union, along with academic research and financial backing from the private sector.

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