CityDash AI Cutting Edge SAAS Data solutions for Cities and Public Sector

By citiesabc resources - Mar 30, 2020
CityDash AI is the real-world knowledge graph for the public sector

CityDash AI is a cutting edge SAAS for cities and data solutions for the necessary real-world knowledge graph for the public sector and our cities that increasingly need aligned efforts on data to proper. This is the right tool for the smart cities that have to be the area of focused of any government special now.

The easy-to-use map-based visual dashboard captures a trillion data points from a billion devices every month to provide accurate and anonymized People Intelligence™ for city departments and agencies.

CityDash AI is a recognised GovTech 100 company, trusted by Amazon and featured in the AWS Marketplace for Smart City Solutions. With the platform any organisations or city can can start your free 30-day trial at any time and after have a tailored data source that can be super powerful to oprimise cities and government efforts.

CityDash AI provides essential integrated analytics and data intelligence for economic development, urban planning, mobility, transportation, smart assets, public safety, law enforcement, 311 customer service, parks, recreation programs, and city events.

Some of the focus areas of the platform as seen in their website

Issue Impact Analysis

What is the impact of construction noise, potholes, debris, blight on people in the neighborhood? Cities are inundated with 311 reports and complaints every day. CityDash AI helps cities to evaluate the impact of a reported issue by providing a deeper understanding of how many people are in the vicinity of the issue, and might be impacted by a delayed response.

Demographic Analysis

How do income level and unemployment rate correlate with neighborhood blight? Civic complaints like overgrown vegetation, graffiti, blight, illegal postings, abandoned vehicles, shopping carts, garbage, junk, and debris can be correlated with neighborhood demographics in CityDash AI, and addressed through community outreach programs.

Commercial & Industrial Zones

Can cities measure the health of retail businesses and downtown areas? CityDash AI provides macro footfall analysis for commercial and industrial zones, as well as micro analysis for individual establishments, brands and businesses. Cities can combine such data with other indicators to evaluate and track the overall health of the local economy.

Building Occupancy & Usage

Does low occupancy in commercial zones signal an economic downturn? The number of people within buildings and structures can be an excellent indicator of economic health and local employment rate. Cities can utilize CityDash AI to track the aggregate usage trends for office spaces and commercial buildings as well as libraries and community centers.

Community Engagement Analytics

How many people visited farmers’ markets? What is the trend week on week? Cities organize hundreds of events every month, from senior recreation to adult education to youth camps. Cities also host festivals, sporting events, trade shows, and conventions. CityDash AI tracks people counts for events and provide a quantitative measure of community engagement.

Sensor Site Selection Analytics

What are the ideal locations for installing IoT based on people density and movement? Cities are investing hundreds of millions of dollars in deploying IoT grids and smart assets. CityDash AI pinpoints the ideal locations for installing new lighting poles, cameras and sensors based on accurate historical data and heat maps of people presence, activity and movement.

Sensor Grid Impact Analytics

Are the visit trends similar for new connected EV charging stations and legacy chargers? Cities can evaluate the direct impact and benefits of their IoT grid by measuring the tracking people density in proximity of grid assets and sensors, like electric vehicle charging stations, smart displays, outdoor kiosks, solar lighting points, waste receptacles, and transit stations.

Origin-Destination Analytics

Where are people going to, where did they come from, and what places did they visit along the way? Cities are in need of accurate and continuously updated dispersion analysis, also known as origin-destination analysis. CityDash AI provides the tools necessary to understand the flow of people across different neighborhoods, transit hubs, and downtown districts.

Transit Hubs & Routes Analytics

How can shared transportation services operated by the private sector complement public transit?Reducing traffic congestion, lowering emissions, and improving the flow of persons and goods is the #1 priority for cities and metros. CityDash AI provides local government with deep insights about people using public transportation like trains and buses relative to ride-share and scooter-share services.

Disaster Impact Analytics

Did residents in impacted neighborhoods evacuate speedily as wildfires ravaged through California? Public Safety agencies can utilize to get insights into the effectiveness of established evacuation procedures for natural disasters like earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornados as well as accidental disasters like wildfires, explosions, hazardous material incidents.

Billboards & Banners Analytics

How effective were Apple's WWDC banners and billboards in the City of San Jose in the month of June? Cities are monetizing their real estate through real-world marketing promotions for sporting events, conferences, festivals, exhibitions, and concerts. CityDash AI provides an end-to-end platform for campaign management, attribution analytics, and performance measurement.

Parks & Trails Usage Analytics

Are more people visiting local parks, gardens and open spaces this year? CityDash AI empowers cities to make data-driven decisions and allocate budgets and resources for parks and recreation programs based on engagement and usage. The dashboard provides people counts and visit trends by day, month, and season, along with demographic insights.

Blocks, Tracts, Neighborhoods

How can cities evolve beyond people click-counting and error-prone community surveys? Cities need to get smarter with how they count people. CityDash AI provides hourly, daily, and monthly pre-computed people counts based on multi-layered city shapes. The drawing tools enable cities to define custom shapes on the map and measure people counts for each shape.

Crime Incident Impact Analytics

How many people were in the vicinity of the crime incident when it occurred? CityDash AI correlates crime data with people density through the real-world knowledge graph. Police Departments and law enforcement can leverage the graph to inform critical decisions on resource deployment and response time, and can also assist in crime analysis for case investigation.

UCR Analytics & Automation

How can police departments comply with federal data reporting requirements? The FBI requires local law enforcement agencies to submit a comprehensive monthly statistical analysis of city crime data. saves agencies time and money by automating the UCR compute, presenting through an online dashboard as well as downloadable PDF reports.

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