Stephen Hilton - ND2012 Day 1, Plenary 2: Super-connected Cities

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  • In 2010, DWP announced that ESF would be delivered primarily through its Work Programme Framework which resulted in large contracts being awarded to prime providers. This limited the potential for local providers to be involved. When the UK Government abolished Regional Government Offices, Regional ESF Committees were also abolished. This dramatically reduced the ability of local authorities & local providers to influence the strategic developments of ESF delivery in the UK. Bristol is only eligible for two Territorial Co-operation Programmes and has not participated in
  • Stephen Hilton - ND2012 Day 1, Plenary 2: Super-connected Cities

    1. 1. Super-connected Cities Stephen Hilton, Service Director, Bristol Futures @ConnectBristolBristol FuturesStephen Hilton, Service Director Slide 1
    2. 2. Bristol FuturesStephen Hilton, Service Director Slide 2
    3. 3. Demand Led “This company is seeing a rapidly increasing demand for symmetrical, high quality, Internet bandwidth that is not currently being delivered at an affordable level” Mike Prudence, Technical Coordinator, Films at 59 “Aardman quite often has broadcast type jobs that can require us to rapidly set up high bandwidth links to clients” Howard Arnault-Ham, Head of IT, Aardman “Being able to access email, communicate with customers and suppliers while on the move across the city is vital to growth” Guy Kingston, Federation of Small BusinessesBristol FuturesStephen Hilton, Service Director Slide 3
    4. 4. Bristol’s Connectivity  B-Net Fibre Network − Council owned and managed − 76km ducting  B-Open Wifi Network (60 Council hotspots and over 600 University)Bristol FuturesStephen Hilton, Service Director Slide 4
    5. 5. Using the network • Innovative partnerships between industry, academia, authority and community • Smart City • Living Labs • Transformation programmeBristol FuturesStephen Hilton, Service Director Slide 5
    6. 6. Gigabit Bristol  Readily available Gigabit connectivity  5000 businesses  5000 University students  5000 Social housing tenants  7 million people passing through each year  Citywide wifi network  Showcasing Innovation and OpportunityBristol FuturesStephen Hilton, Service Director Slide 6
    7. 7. Thanks Stephen.hilton@bristol.gov.ukBristol FuturesStephen Hilton, Service Director Slide 7
    8. 8. Thanks Stephen.hilton@bristol.gov.ukBristol FuturesStephen Hilton, Service Director Slide 8
    9. 9. Thanks Stephen.hilton@bristol.gov.ukBristol FuturesStephen Hilton, Service Director Slide 9
    10. 10. Thanks Stephen.hilton@bristol.gov.ukBristol FuturesStephen Hilton, Service Director Slide 10
    11. 11. Super-connected Cities Stephen Hilton, Service Director, Bristol Futures @ConnectBristolBristol FuturesStephen Hilton, Service Director Slide 11
    12. 12. Super-connected Cities Stephen Hilton, Service Director, Bristol Futures @ConnectBristolBristol FuturesStephen Hilton, Service Director Slide 12
    13. 13. Super-connected Cities Stephen Hilton, Service Director, Bristol Futures @ConnectBristolBristol FuturesStephen Hilton, Service Director Slide 13

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