Smart City Monitor is innovative and powerful urban information technology and enabling digital transformation and digital agenda. It effectively fosters implementation of Smart Urban Future concepts and relevant open ecosystems for experimenting, prototyping, learning and step by step progressing with low cost and minimum risks.
Provided with holistic vision of the complex processes in urban area as System of Systems on the common mobiles in real time, the metropolitan stakeholders can effectively improve sustainability of Local and Regional Governance and Quality of Life, promote and evaluate new business models, operational efficiency.
The Smart City technology solution enables high level of customization and integration of information from multiple separate urban systems transforming multiple big data streams into rich set of customized services for stakeholders. It includes command, control and analytics for the administration of communities, city planners and utility providers, services for citizens, tourists and local businesses.
As result the stakeholders receive novel urban ecosystem for metropolitan areas and islands enabling high transparency, participation and civic initiatives.
The main platform components include as the follows:
The platform is provided as service under SaaS model which includes continuous support, enhancement of functionalities, performance, integration of mobile apps and customization. The engines running local urban models are administered by the local Smart City Team. The model advancement can be made locally or outsourced to the team urban planning specialists at the regional or national levels or the provider of Smart City Monitor services.The local community has copyrights for own Urban Model gradually developed over time.
The solution implementation in the pilot project framework provides local administration and stakeholders with cost effective and low risk access to innovative technology, knowledge and foster novel local civic ecosystem. The project stages include planning, training, installation, urban model development, integration with local data sources, creation of new business models and information services for the metropolitan areas and small-medium size city clusters, its evaluation and presentations at the relevant public events.