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10 07 2018 04

Transport for London and local councils explain the importance of keeping data open for everyone

Smart city projects both generate and use masses of data - that's no surprise. The projects need to analyse information in order to function efficiently, after all.

To take just one of many possible examples, imagine a cycle hire scheme. It's one thing to put cycles in different locations and be pleased when racks show a high turnover. But that's not a smart city project.

It's only when a local authority knows the rate of turnover, where individual cycles are being picked up and dropped off, and which are the more and less popular docking facilities that a cycle hire scheme starts to get smart. With information like this, services can be better tailored to meet demand.

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