A smart city uses information and communication technologies to:
- enhance quality, performance, and interactivity of urban services,
- reduce costs and resource consumption, and
- improve contact between citizens and government.
Quality data are essential for smart cities
Knowing about your citizens and how they move on an ongoing basis will help you make good decisions and communicate them effectively
Traditional surveys are increasingly expensive and onerous. Getting a real sense of your city's changing demographics and how those different demographic groups interact with your city over time is difficult using surveys. That’s why we set out to create technologies that unify passively-collected data, so that they can bring insights to your city's decision processes and communication practices.