The award-winning MK Data Hub is a data infrastructure that supports the acquisition and management of both static and dynamic data from a variety of sources. The MK Data Hub was initially developed within the MK:Smart project, a flagship £17.2M UK initiative, which focused on progressing the smart city agenda in Milton Keynes. More recently it has been used to support the CityLABS innovation programme and the 1st International Competition on Robots in Smart Cities and it will also provide a key infrastructure component to the state-of-art 5G network that will be deployed in Milton Keynes in 2020.

SciRoc replay

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A replay of two trials from the SciRoc 2019 robotics competition. Watch video recorded during the trials, alongside a real-time feed of data passing between the robots and the Data Hub.

Quality of life indicators

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This demonstration calculates a number of quality of life indicators, based on a selection of open data. These metrics are then merged with known geospatial boundaries in order to be displayed geographically on a map.


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