Big Data Corridor
The Big Data Corridor Project aims to help businesses in Birmingham and Solihull to understand the benefits and ways of using data from Internet of Things and Data Economy environment for development of new products and services. It will have a particular focus on challenges in East Birmingham area of health, wellbeing and mobility.
H2020 City4Age - City services for healthy ageing
City4Age is an European project co-funded by the EU Horizon2020 Programme that aims to activate urban communities to facilitate the role of social/health services and of families dealing with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and frailty in the elderly population.
Integrated multimodal Journey Planning, combining real-time and personal data which works, even when your internet connection doesn’t
Eastern Corridor Smart Demonstrator
A collection of smart city projects underway in the Eastern Corridor that will help accelerate and galvanise smart city activity and at the same time build a compelling narrative to engage with how people want to move, live, work and play in the city.
Project DISC (Data-driven Interactive Smart Decision Toolkit)
The aim of this project is to use data, technology and strong citizen engagement to address the city’s and region’s growth challenges and reduce inequalities, using HS2 and Birmingham's canal network as test cases.
This project aims to exchange good practices on the role that public authorities can play in enhancing the competitiveness of SMEs by improving the business climate and support in which they operate.
H2020: PULSE (Participatory Urban Living for Sustainable Environments)
The PULSE project will accelerate the Big Data vision by designing a system to exploit Big Data Value (BDV) in the public health sector. This is consistent with the goal of creating an integrated, interoperable single data market across the EU.
Digital and Financial Literacy Birmingham
As more and more services put their primary portals for access online, those without the ability to use the internet and digital devices risk exclusion and isolation - this program aims to help people develop the digital skills they need.
Exploring how the city might create an open data platform, based on the examples of sites such as data.gov.uk and Redbridge Datashare. We believe this should be one of the foundations of Birmingham establishing itself as a Smart City.
We lead and work with others on a range of digital and smart city projects.
Please take a look and see what we are up to. If there is anything of particular interest, then do get in touch and we will be pleased to share more information about what we are doing.