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Digital Subscriptions > Cities Today > October 2018 > Bristol issues call for tech partners

Bristol issues call for tech partners

The UK city of Bristol is looking for technology partners and projects to test technologies on its city-wide network.

Bristol Is Open, a joint venture between the City Council and the University of Bristol, has developed a private experimental optic fibre broadband, wireless and high performance computing network, which allows for street-level testing of scalable experiments. It has been designed to effect process and policy changes at the municipal level, covering issues such as energy conservation, air quality and pollution, transport, connectivity, and data collection and sharing.

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