CIGO! for Smart Cities is a mobility management platform to help cities make sense out of all the data available in order to improve the operational efficiency of their services to ultimately make an impact on the citizen’s quality of life. CIGO! integrates data from various sources such as Open Data, mobile apps, sensors and government data, allowing for its visualisation and analysis while making it actionable through associated mobile apps.
The massive amount of tourists, citizens and traffic in big cities usually collapse certain areas causing transport inefficiency, unbalanced economic growth and nuisance among tourists and citizens. CIGO! for tourism consists of two elements:
A Mobile App for citizens and tourists that recommends personalised routes and content based on the user’s tastes and the city needs.
A Web App for the city to monitor the user’s activity in terms of mobility and use of the city. It includes reports like most visited areas, most visited shops/restaurants/museums, mobility evolution through time and completion rate of the routes suggested.
With CIGO! for tourism the city government deploys its mobility policies through Mobile Apps while monitoring a wide range of KPIs. Points of interest (POI) like restaurants, museums and shops increase their exposure and awareness among citizens and tourists. Finally, citizens and tourists discover new POIs avoiding crowded and overpriced places using an app without a need for internet connection.
Use case in development for:
The police and other security bodies often lack the tools to create a smart mobility strategy based on historic data. Patrolling the trouble spots with the most convenient units at the right time without compromising communication can be critical.
CIGO! uses Open Data to enrich the route optimisation process and the subsequent data analysis. From the cities were our customers operate, the platform receives public data related to crimes or vandalism, with the possibility to combine it with private data from the police department, security company or the government.
With CIGO! the police department has real-time access to the geolocation of each unit. The interaction between the officers mobile app and the department web app creates a bidirectional communication channel. The location tracking system keeps record of the units’ position even when they have no internet access. The data is stored in the mobile device and sent to the backoffice application once the connection is reestablished.