Urban Analytics Module

The “Urban Analytics” Module on the Geometa Platform

Article content

The new module called “Urban Analytics” was announced with 5.27 Geometa release. It’s main idea is to support decision-making in management of urban infrastructure development based on measurable data.

The first version of the module includes the following functionalities:

  • Road Accidents — perform analysis to reveal road segments with higher risks of accidents with this thematic map. Identify the areas where accidents are most concentrated for a certain time period, study the information on each accident. Main goal is to help outline a road safety solution and reduce fatalities. A specific part of the city can also be selected to study how the number of accidents has changed there over time.
  • Private Cars Map — calculate how many cars occupy certain areas and visualize it on the map, reveal residential areas with overcrowded parking lots.
  • Number of residents — estimate how unevenly people are distributed between different areas of the city, and use this data to plan the development of the city and contribute to the fair allocation of city benefits.
  • Availability of social facilities — analyze if enough households are provided with kindergartens and schools, as well as their overall accessibility on a city-wide scale. Simulate how the social inclusion of households changes if an educational facility was to be built nearby.
  • Shared city photos — wondering what place in the city is the most popular? Our tool visualizes the attractiveness of an urban environment by analyzing the so-called digital footprint. This means geolocation of city street photos taken and posted on social networks.
  • Concentration of earthworks — identify and visualize the places of concentration of accidents on engineering communications based on the data of orders for the production of earthworks, taking into account the time period of interest.

That’s all for today’s brief talk about the module itself. Learn more about possibilities and the areas of application in the coming posts, as well as about some of our selected tools.

Latest Posts

New Life with Clean Air: How Cities Change for the Better

Geometa’s Environmental Impact

Geometa recently participated in the strategic session “New Life with Clean Air: How Cities Change for the Better.” The event was organized to address the pressing issue of urban ecology and foster an effective exchange of ideas among various regions. The session brought together representatives from 23 regions and 43 cities, all committed to enhancing urban environments.

AI-driven Approach to City Management

In the ever-evolving landscape of urban environments, the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become a powerful catalyst for change. In this article, we delve into three use cases of Geometa platform that showcase how AI is changing urban management.

Interested In How Geometa Can
Help Your City?

Backed with Geometa, we turn cities into digital ecosystems, provide smart city management, drive digital urban development, ensuring transparency, superior quality of life, and economic growth. Let our team walk you through a personal demo!