a Smart City strategy
The strategy based on standardized data and indicators resulted in a more efficient management of the city’s resources
Epsilon City, a growing urban hub, was facing the task of managing its resources and services to adapt to the changing needs of its inhabitants.
Despite having access to a wide range of data from different sources, the city was finding it difficult to organize and visualize this data in a way that would allow decision-makers and managers to use it effectively.
The challenge was to establish a system that could standardize, visualize and use this data for decision making.
Epsilon City turned to us to develop a smart city strategy based on indicators, with a focus on data standardization and visualization.
The strategy implied defining the different sources of information and developing a standardized format that would allow the integration of data from different sources.
International and national standards were applied, such as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards.
A data management system was implemented to collect, process and present data in a visual format that facilitated decision-making.
The implementation of the smart city strategy had a positive impact on Epsilon City. Decision-makers and managers were able to make data-driven decisions, resulting in a more efficient management of city resources and services.
Epsilon City identified areas where resources were being used inefficiently, allowing these resources to be redirected to areas of greater need.
In addition, data visualization enabled decision makers and managers to identify trends and patterns, allowing them to anticipate problems and take proactive measures.
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