The growing pressure of climate and social changes on governments, businesses and communities have catalysed Cities and public Authorities to action.
The recent COVID-19 pandemic created a collective awareness that we are connected globally and that activities in one location can impact life for the rest of the world. Cities and public authorities will have to manage unexpected crises combined with demographic pressure, and climate change that drive high impacts on social behaviours.
To face these challenges, public policy makers, executive-administrative bodies and public contractors require new technological solutions that will provide in-depth understanding of current situations to secure a sustainable future for citizens and next generations.
As a result, public policy makers, executive-administrative bodies and public contractors are now called to:
Plan for crises before they occur and reduce the severity of their impact.
Respond to risks with fully informed decision-making capabilities and best pratices.
Act, communicate and mobilize for the safety of the community.
Leverage existing data for long term planning.
Public institutions produce and agregate a huge quantity of data but only a small quantity is well-structured and can be exploited to enhance public action.
To thrive in a future wrought with uncertainty:
Accelerate innovation and ensure a sustainable and resilient future for your citizens.