Using Big Data: City Analytics for a smart city
How City Analytics can solve traffic problems
The mobility map: Enel X’s answer to the Covid crisis
“The new release of City Analytics is an innovative tool developed to meet the needs of government agencies taking on the emergency,Thanks to the collaboration with HERE Technologies we have provided the country with an effective solution for evaluating developments in mobility flows across the country, which can be used to plan the recovery phase.”
Head of Enel X
City Analytics for special events
Smart transportation: using City Analytics to optimize public transit
The service can also be used to highlight the busiest routes of city transportation systems, analyzing peak times and passenger origins and destinations, as well as visits to the city’s key locations, which is how it is being used in Genoa, for example. City Analytics is also being used to monitor Genoa’s metro system usage and to address service planning accordingly. Here and in other cities, it can offer an overview of the working of the transportation system, tracking the distribution of passenger flows -- in other words, analyzing who goes where, how, and at what time.
After analysis, the data is used to inform decisions on ways public transportation can be optimized based on actual demand, as well as the effectiveness of specific actions.
But the beauty of Enel X’s City Analytics is that the Big Data that’s generated can be used by administrations to improve their decision-making and planning in many areas. This has great benefits for the quality of urban life.
City Analytics supplies the information needed for a city to become a smart, sustainable city, offering residents, commuters and visitors innovative solutions that will improve their daily lives.