7 urban data platform smart city use cases

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Seven urban data platform smart city use cases:

1) local environment monitoring to improve public health

  • combine your various data sources such as weather, air quality, noise pollution, traffic flow, smart lamppost and noise sensors, into one platform, to create an overview of local conditions in real time
  • by applying our advanced analytics, you can identify trends such as pollution hotspots
  • empowering you to implement measures, backed by data, to meet your environmental targets and support public health
  • monitoring and reporting is simple and allows you to measure the impact of your initiatives and share the results

2) monitoring traffic sensors for improved traffic flow

  • combine traffic density, direction, and speed sensors to create real time road network insights
  • this enables you to quickly identify traffic jams, hotspots and accidents so that countermeasures can be taken
  • create rules so you can monitor complex situations such as an impending traffic jam and generate alert events ahead of time
  • real time interventions can be instigated automatically, by configuring your data and detected events with your traffic management systems. This could include roadside signage, variable speed limits, or public information websites

3) monitoring charge point operators for improved service levels

  • combine all electric vehicle charge point operators in your city into one simple dashboard
  • use real time back-to-back monitoring of operator KPIs to track SLAs
  • monitor usage trends and patterns to plan scale up of your electric vehicle infrastructure
  • simplified real time reporting from operators to you, including useful insights for communications teams, such as amount of kWh provided and the COsavings compared to the equivalent fossil fuel vehicles

4) monitoring micro-mobility operators for improved service levels

  • combine micro-mobility operator data, such as shared bikes and eScooters in your city into one simple dashboard
  • monitor parked vehicle locations to detect hot spots, dead spots, problem locations, enabling information flow back to operators and city coverage insights
  • monitor usage trends and patterns to plan scale up of your micro-mobility service offering for residents
  • use real time back-to-back monitoring of operator KPIs to track SLAs in real time

5) open city data sharing to stimulate new innovations and behaviour changes

  • collect city data in one data platform
  • share your data internally with different departmental teams across your authority
  • share your data externally with your residents, for instance via your public facing website
  • share your data with selected community, education and partner stakeholders to generate new innovations and services based on your data

6) capture your data, to be ready for the unexpected

  • store your city data within one data platform
  • respond to unforeseen circumstances, such as COVID-19, by utilising your existing data sets
  • use the [ui!] UrbanPulse historical data query services to analyse your historic data to respond to changing requirements

7) accelerate your digital transformation strategy

  • integrate your city data into one data platform to present all transformations in one platform
  • simple reporting of activities highlighting key outcomes to facilitate further transformation and evaluation of approaches
  • quickly integrate new and legacy devices as you expand your projects
  • quick development of new visualisations with [ui!] COCKPIT
  • share your enriched data, in real time, with partners to enable new products and services to be delivered

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