We believe that data analytics can enable us to take great strides towards building better cities. Within the city’s data lie all the answers needed for developing long-term solutions to tackle the issues related to urbanisation, and making better decisions about the way we live our lives and build our cities.
We want Exeter to become an analytical city, where citizens and communities are better informed about how they create, control and use their own data, and are empowered to use public data to create change and influence decision making.
Exeter Data Mill brings together data from key stakeholders within the city. It gives us the capability to knock down long-standing siloes of knowledge, and draw insight into the ways in which we can make our city a better, more fulfilling place to live.
By realising the potential of Exeter’s data the Data Mill can help the city to thrive as we enter the data-driven fourth Industrial Revolution.
The Exeter Data Mill is made possible by Exeter City Council who pay for the licence fees and the European Union via the European Regional Development Funded Environmental Futures and Big Data Impact Lab who provide funding for our Data Analyst