Real-Time Awareness & Analytical Insights for Smart Cities
The city of the future will require sophisticated data visualization and controls to analyze data streams, operate, monitor, and control systems, and protect the environment, the city infrastructure, the investments, and mostly the citizens of the city. Creating a digital twin and allowing city managers and department executives to see and respond in real-time will be key to creating the enhanced experience cities are seeking.
City planners, department heads, and governments can reduce infrastructure costs and service requirements through this advanced smart city data visualization and control platform. With the ability to monitor all systems and system interactions and create predefined alerts, the platform enables city infrastructure (i.e. street lights, cameras, transportation, road conditions, and much more) to be proactively managed and controlled leveraging the interaction between systems with minimal staffing using these advanced Digital Twin software tools.
Live Earth is easy to deploy with minimal training required. Users can make faster decisions with real-time alerts, managed through an in-platform incident panel, easy to use sharing functionality, on an interactive map. Live Earth is an open platform allowing organizations to ingest data from multiple types of data sensors, systems, and feeds as they grow. Live Earth also capitalizes on a growing technology ecosystem built with industry leaders to manage, secure, and enhance all of your real-time data. The platform offers cloud, hybrid, or on-prem solutions to meet the needs of customers individually.
Live Earth is trusted by Organizations & Agencies around the world.
Collateral for Smart Cities & Connected Communities
Breaking the Mold of Traditional City Surveillance
The City of Calgary is building a smarter, safer city through integrated IoT solutions.
Smart Transportation Technology Enhances Public Transit Infrastructure with Real-Time Data
Urban areas are developing at a rapid pace. As city populations increase, the need for reliable, secure public transit increases. Transit operators tasked with keeping systems running smoothly can leverage a smart city data visualization platform to imporve operations.
Storm Season: How to Streamline Data to Minimize City Disasters
During natural disasters, or intensely powerful storms, responders need every critical piece of information to take the most appropriate course of action. In order to come up with a viable plan of action, emergency management and city officials need a consolidated view of their current systems and city in context of additional real-time data.
How Real-Time Data Can Transform City Services
In this white paper, you’ll learn about:
- How a single screen data visualization platform can integrate multiple data sources to enable city officials to respond faster to their day-to-day operations and emergencies
- How an IoT platform for smart cities can provide city planners and local leaders historical data driven insights to influence future policy making
- How other smart cities have adopted new technology to better serve their communities with real-time IoT data visualization
Improve Waste Management with Smart City Technology
City management seeking to improve city service efficiencies should adopt smart technology that helps streamline their operations. Smart cities that adopt waste management technology will become greener, cleaner and more efficient.
Election Day Made Easy: How Location Intelligence Can Solve Pervasive Election Problems
Choosing to incorporate location intelligence during election seasons can also help officials understand and identify key patterns. Perhaps a particular county has a high voter turnout, but for years has been neglected, causing long lines and a slowly diminishing voting group. Understanding what cities or counties may be more stressed can help officials allocate necessary resources to make the voting process easier for Americans.
The “New Tobacco” – An IoT Solution to Reduce Air Pollution
Taking action to improve air quality first starts with visualizing data collected from sensors that monitor for such things. Our partners at Fathym created environmental monitoring stations for this purpose. By using their predictive weather forecasting combined with sensors indicating air quality, users can identify pockets where the air is particularly toxic or potent.