UrbanLogiq exhibited at the Smart City Expo World Congress (SCEWC) 2017 with New York City as part of their Exhibition Pavilion. This congress was a critical moment for UrbanLogiq: the unveiling of our latest and most sophisticated platform yet, which showcases UrbanLogiq’s machine learning and artificial intelligence capabilities.
Chief legal officers are under a lot of pressure, but by providing exactly what they’re looking for, you can win more of their business in 2018.
Every day, over a billion people drive from point A to point B. That transit of a billion people, generates a considerable amount data. What’s more, traffic data collection can give us deeper knowledge of how people use roads and it is increasingly becoming an integral part of building smart cities.
UrbanLogiq (formerly CommunityLogiq) has been invited to attend and speak at this years Smart Cities Innovation Accelerator. Taking place at Harvard between January 19 - 21, the summit brings together cities, government agencies and smart city industry experts.
According to Aneri Pattani via CNBC: Cities around the world could spend as much as $41 trillion on smart tech over the next 20 years. The team at CommunityLogiq agrees with that assessment. After years of practice in the private sector, technology has reached a maturity tipping point. With smart city technology de-risked, mayors are looking to deliver on the promise of cost cutting and better delivery of services.
GIS technology has been is use by government for decades. However, as previously discussed, major changes in technology have made this technology accessible to city departments of all sizes. This opens up more possibilities for city departments to apply location intelligence and geospatial analytics on a much wider scale.
Data analytics, machine learning, internet of things and big data. These are common buzzwords that can be found everywhere when discussing smart city technology use.
The CommunutyLogiq team loves hearing about innovation happening in government. Here is a roundup of analytics innovation occurring in government over the last week.
A article on The Verge - Welcome to Uberville gives examples of how cities are supporting Uber. Their goals are to generally help low income and marginalized groups access transit.
Leaders in business, government and research return to Toronto on Oct. 6 and 7 for CityAge Toronto to discuss business opportunities and solutions as southern Ontario’s population expands from 9 million to 13.5 million people by 2041
Geographic information systems (GIS) have been around for many decades. They are tools that allow for the manipulation and representation of data on a map. In fact, many larger cities have dedicated GIS departments.
Over the last few years, we’ve been hearing a lot of about the Smart Cities movement. With the formation of many industry groups, rapid changes in technology (self driving cars?), large vendors launching new product lines and investments occurring in startups, it’s easy to feel like we are on the cusp of moving towards the perfectly operated city. Have Smart Cities been hyped up?