In other words, we create useful datasets and make them accessible to the public through easy-to-use websites.
We build and maintain proprietary tooling for processing open data to improve data accuracy and apply insights within our data warehouse, with a special focus on international comparative metrics and tracking government data programs.
With pipelines in place, we deliver our data to a variety of owned and operated web assets to power our online tools and market research services. We're proud to make most of our work free and open to the public.
Through our subsidiary brands, we maintain close relations with media and research institutions in telecom and connected home service verticals, providing open access to data processing capabilities that would otherwise be out of budget for journalists, nonprofits, and students.
Our team of data science and media studies experts has experience brokering and contributing to open-data arrangements and earned media placement with top brands including Microsoft, The Benton Foundation, Netflix, and Harvard University.
We're a small team of data science enthusiasts working to create more access to open data.
Our management team met while working in the broadband sector, enhancing and repackaging FCC data and other public government data sources into searchable online databases. When the company was aquired in 2018, we began wondering if there was a way that we could combine our interest in open data with our experience building tools for journalists, industry researchers, and academics.
In 2021 we took the leap and launched Brighton Analytics to explore this challenge.
The Brighton Analytics team currently has a special focus on telecommunications and internet accessiblity data, with years of experience working with media and private companies to parse and make use of US Census, FCC, Measurement Labs, and other sources of network access and performance information.
Our data analysis properties in the UK market include Fair Internet Report, CrimeRate.co.uk, NetworkSpy, and SparkLines.
Our team has experience working with organizations like TechCrunch and Microsoft building high-value data assets to drive conversations around digital equity and the digital divide.
Our team has deep expertise in broadband and telecom-industry data. Join our network to get connected to experts and organizations that can provide insights and data to power your stories.