It is impossible to govern a rapidly changing urban environment without relevant information. Big data analysis is fundamental for the development and implementation of urban environmental improvement projects. The lack of high-quality open data is one of the major problems that all participants in urban planning face.
Development of state-civil urban environment monitoring system would provide a new type of urban open data that can enable participants to monitor problem areas and take specific actions.
Digital platform and sets of sensors installed on top of public and private vehicles allow 24/7 monitoring of the urban environment.
The platform provides state agencies and urban service developers with high-quality data.
The device is assembled in full or compact form depending on the nature of research. Camera, weather monitoring sensors and GPS can be additionally installed.
Urban environment monitoring allows inquiring into the streets usage, provides information about ecological and microclimate characteristics of an area, identifies significant and abnormal areas in street and road networks and compares them as well as identifies problem areas for further examination.