The data layer positioned between the services and infrastructure can optimize people, material and resource flows in and out of the city. Spatial planing, urban resilience, and asset monitoring are additional benefits of taking a location data driven approach for smart cities.

City information

The data created by cities can be stored as a digital twin to monitor situations in real time. This doubles as a record keeping system for historical evidence analysis.

Asset management

The different infrastructure assets can be monitored closely, and manipulated based on the information of population movement, and events in the city.

Urban planning

Urban planning initiatives can be improved using simulation studies along with the feasibility studies. Advanced spatial tools can simulate different project impact on the city and people.

Resilient cities

Urban resilience is increasingly importance due to the erratic weather patterns. Spatial tools allows for better storm water management, urban heat islands, noise, and air quality control.