Location Intelligence to build smart cities

Leveraging current and historical data on location movements allows urban planners to understand current challenges and build smart, flexible and efficient cities.

Tuesday, March 1, 2022

As more cities begin to implement smart city planning based on data science, location intelligence insights help shape policies that will benefit neighborhoods and the people who live in them.

Smart cities embrace the effective integration of physical, digital and human systems to ensure a sustainable, prosperous and complete future for their citizens. Read the complete article here

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Location intelligence is the ability to visualize spatial data to identify and analyze relationships and trends, answering questions such as:

  • Where is existing infrastructure being tested?
  • Which roads are the highest priority for maintenance?
  • When should this maintenance take place so that traffic disruptions are minimized?
  • How can urban planners take into account accurate historical and current traffic patterns to develop short- and long-term studies?

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