A rare opportunity to witness the cutting-edge Bristol Operations Centre at work in a demonstration of how 5G technology can enhance the planning, management and incident response within an urban setting, particularly at large outdoor public gatherings like festivals using network slices.
A unique capability of 5G is to create network slices that can be customised to support the specific needs of end-users. Bristol-based Zeetta Networks is demonstrating it’s network slicing capability to support public safety, and gaming slices which are prioritised, managed and protected from congestion.
For public safety the slice is used to support real-time analytics to keep people safe and to recognise left-objects and unauthorised vehicles in Bristol City Council’s Operations Centre. Using the gaming slice Bristol City Council (BCC), Bristol-is-Open (BiO) and other partners have developed an exciting rugby-themed game using real-time analytics and image processing on the big screen.