Populations in urban areas are growing at an exponential rate. To create self-sustaining cities – where a diverse set of drivers such as quality of life, economic development, energy faculty, mobility, governance, security, living conditions, free movement and people is complex and in constant flux.
Technology is playing an ever-more central role in self-sustaining cities. These cities are promoting automation and real-time integrated city monitoring and management through a network of cameras, sensors, smart devices and data hubs.
Geospatial technology is central to providing a technology platform that forms the backbone of a city, its residential and commercial spaces supported by an infrastructure for power, security, water, transportation links, drainage and sewage.
Geospatial data and technologies are pivotal. There is a new slogan doing the rounds right now: ‘’everything happens somewhere’’. The result of geodata from numerous sources is growing and Geospatial technologies connect us all with real world environments helping us understand what belongs where and how cities can measure and monitor every aspect of the data as well as put its insights into usable, practical and efficient service.
Geollect can provide seasoned advice and services to cities looking to introduce smarter technologies through geospatial technology, in particular smarter crime prevention, smarter development planning, smarter infrastructure security as well as spatial data management through geospatial technologies, data analytics, embedded systems and Internet of Things.