Technology for the future

The world is increasingly attentive to the environment and the quality of life that people will have in the future. Therefore, each city needs to take its role and dedicate efforts to make urban life more sustainable.

Faced with this scenario, the Smart Cities concept is popularized, which uses technology to solve common problems in cities. Urban planning managers and secretaries use data analysis to promote local economic growth, citizen satisfaction and well-being, mobility and, especially, sustainability.

However, to achieve all this potential, smart cities have to face great challenges. Whether it’s in traffic control in urban centers or in planning and in the coherent supply of public transport to the population. In addition to the need to focus on electrifying your fleet to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

It is at this point that urban mobility even connects to the sustainability challenges of smart cities. Especially given the need to set and meet more ambitious environmental goals. Among them, Net Zero 2050 (Climate Action Plan of the State of São Paulo that contributes to national commitments to the Paris Agreement), which seeks to drive management for zero emissions around the world.

And in the face of so many challenges that need to be overcome, relying on the help of a data platform can optimize public management. With regard to mobility, it will facilitate bottleneck identification, transportation environmental impact analysis and also optimize the planning of local fleet electrification.

However, when it comes to sustainability, this type of platform favors emissions monitoring and control. As well as the definition of automated reports for the fulfillment of environmental goals, the direction of public policies and much more.

6 points about our platforms to have maximum efficiency in your administration

1 – Macro view of the city in real time
Plancity is an intelligent data management platform for the transformation of cities. It integrates data from various sources, public or private, correlating and spatializing the data in order to create a view of the territory that combines various dimensions of public management. The consolidation of this data will help to generate powerful insights for decision-making and the creation of new public policies.

2 – Data contextualized within the territory
Have a base of geo-spatialized information at hand in a regular hexagonal grid that allows for the spatial analysis, both granularly (with hexagons of about 300 m2) and aggregately, considering the various divisions of the territory, such as neighborhoods, census sectors, concession areas, among others.

3 – Real-time urban mobility monitoring
Trancity is a real-time public transport service management and monitoring platform. It highlights information on the average speed of collective transportation and the emission of pollutants segmented by corridors, routes, lines, and geographical areas. In addition to providing information on passenger demand and line routes, it also allows us to assess the impact of traffic light changes on buses’ speed.

4 – Compliance with environmental goals and ESG [Environmental, Social and Governance] reports
Brazilian and Latin American cities prepare to transform their public transport fleets to zero pollutant emissions by 2050. Goal that is only possible with the replacement of the current model, powered by fossil fuel, by clean technologies such as electric buses. Trancity helps public management to have an integrated (holistic) view of their pollutant emission data in order to track this path with foundation and safety.

5 – From small cities to large cities
Get the most relevant data in one place to take the public policy role customized and adapted for cities of all sizes and with different local realities. Assess the effectiveness of these policies as data evolves over time.

6 – Time reduction and cost optimization
With our data intelligence, we help public managers assess key city challenges in a cost-saving approach and better resource allocation. The information collected allows us to understand the bottlenecks and propose compliance and financially more coherent solutions for the municipality.

Smart Cities

How they help public management address information technology challenges

Delivering platforms that support big data analytics in an integrated way.

Implementing sensing networks that provide up-to-date data from various areas of public management in order to respond more quickly to citizens’ needs.

With technologies that enable adaptation and customization according to the needs of each city.

Through the support of companies that can offer complementary services and with a guarantee of evolution and updating.

Who develops it

Plancity and Trancity are developed by Scipopulis. Innovation company focused on smart cities with experience in improving urban mobility.

Principles of Scipopulis’s services
  • Offer sustainability, technology, and resilience with a focus on citizens.
  • Assist cities in substantiating important decision-making for their developmen.
  • Enable maximum efficiency of public administration through data analysis.
  • Learn from past data to improve the future of small, medium, and large cities.

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