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Open innovation with Ofcom data

Ofcom is the UK's communications regulator, covering landline and mobile telecoms, broadband, TV, radio, and on-demand services. Their remit is ensuring that people in the UK get the best from their communications services and that markets work to deliver choice, reliability, and innovative services for consumers.

Ofcom are keen to release more data openly and see what new insight and innovation will come from that data. They are already producing a brilliant array of open data - broadband and mobile coverage, technical telecoms data, media literacy, and much more - that is ripe for analysis and development. There is more they would like to do. You can help guide the future release of open datasets or use open data to create a service for consumers or design an app that helps inform consumers so they can make better decisions regarding their telecoms services.

Join us for a series of events to work with Ofcom data. Coming up first are the three open sessions - held in Leeds, Cardiff, and Edinburgh - followed by the innovation workshop day in March.