The basis of our approach is [ui!] UrbanPulse,
based on an Open Urban Data Platform.
Based on [ui!] UrbanPulse, sensor and other real-time data are collected from different data sources and are processed, analysed and visualised as the
"pulse of the city" in all relevant areas as data-based benefit services.
Our OPEN3 approach pursues the following ideas: Open Source - Open APIs - Open Platform Standards.
[ui!] UrbanPulse as a basis of your digitization strategy
In order to implement the digitalization of cities, communities and districts, an open urban real-time sensor data platform such as [ui!] UrbanPulse is a basic prerequisite for success.
[ui!] UrbanPulse collects all information from sensor systems and external providers and gives you the possibility to decide which data you want to process and to whom you want to make it available for further processing.
Intelligent services as benefits
Based on the data collected and processed on [ui!] UrbanPulse, third-party providers can offer their services just as you can as a city, community or county and thus provide benefits for your citizens.
A fee may also be charged for the provision of the refined data, which enables new business models for communities.
Your data pulse
The pulse used on numerous [ui!] COCKPITs stands for the continuously collected and processed information of a city, community or district. The stronger it is and the darker its colour, the more often high-quality measurements are carried out and passed on to the [ui!] UrbanPulse Open Data Platform.
How can you promote digitalization in your community?
We support cities, communities, counties and regions in their efforts to collect, process and analyze all existing and anonymized urban data on a central data platform. We also help make this data available for new services as added value for cities, community and utility companies.
These solutions are based on an open urban data platform - the [ui!] UrbanPulse - where all data from a city's various IT systems are fed into a multitude of connectors, in order to be used for new smart city services in real-time.
[ui!] UrbanPulse enables the transparent visualization of all information about a city and makes it available for further use. The data sovereignty always remains with the client, for whom the data is being collected. The platform, therefore, not only provides integrated access to urban data, but it also prevents the risk of data misuse.
What does data sovereignty mean?
As an owner of large amounts of urban data, you should ensure your data sovereignty with an integrated, open and real-time data platform, including the organization of analysis tools. This gives you an overview of all your data and its use at all times.
Existing and new urban data can therefore be used to create new benefits for your citizens.
Data is not equal to data
Digital data as the basis for new value creation
- Traffic lights
- Real-time geodata from public transport and railways
- Integrated multifunctional street lighting
- Real-time geodata from sharing providers (car, eBike, bicycle, eScooter)
- Floating Car Data of vehicle fleets
- APP-based geodata
Economic cycle "Digital data streams"
- Low latency
- Forecasting ability