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 IoT & Data Management 

Denver’s data management system is being constructed to support Denver Smart City portfolios and projects. Built for integration and interoperability, the IoT platform compiles real-time data on transportation, environmental health, weather, and freight. This drives smarter decision-making, emphasizing safety and security.

Early on, Denver identified the need for a comprehensive solution to connect multiple systems and data from across city departments. Our solution was our Enterprise Data Management (EDM) system, which is the foundation for a holistic approach to gathering, interpreting, and acting on data from across the city. The EDM system is tuned into a wide range of data from sensors of various types across the city and helps us gain a better understanding of the overall operations and services at work in our communities.

Our Enterprise Data Management System takes data from thousands of different sensors to provide real-time data to city employees. Data comes from resources like the traffic management center, police, bus, rail, road sensors, street lights, weather sensors, and universities. This equips Denver to improve the access and utilization of city services. 

 

Benefits of Denver's Enterprise Data Management System

 

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Our EDM system includes a map-based dashboard that incorporates data, such as air quality, traffic congestion, public safety, public health concerns, and more in real-time. The various pieces of information are consolidated into a single dashboard where information can easily be obtained and disseminated.

With such a vast amount of data, Denver will be able to look at data trends, helping to inform city planning decisions in the future. 

Denver is building algorithms into our software to provide actionable intelligence we can use to make decisions and provide city services where they have the largest impact and are most needed. This early-stage machine learning and AI will revolutionize the way we deliver services to our customers.

Examples of Vendor Technology

Smart City Denver vendor selection revolves around sourcing vendors supporting the city’s efforts. Interested in being a vendor? Learn More

BlueTOAD

"BlueTOAD is an advanced technology to directly determine travel times and road speeds by matching detections of anonymous Bluetooth signals emanating from passing vehicles. Video offers an overview of how BlueTOAD works, its advantages for public agencies looking to protect privacy in traffic monitoring technology, and its minimal impact on roadway infrastructure."
 

For more information visit www.trafficcast.com

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Canary by Lunar Outpost

The Canary is the next step in real-time, miniaturized air quality sensor systems. Designed for reliable year-round outdoor use, the Canary provides accurate data on particulate matter (PM1, PM2.5, PM10), temperature, and humidity while effortlessly integrating into preestablished communication networks. The Canary also offers customized solutions to data management, allowing customers full control over sensor data.
 

Learn more at Lunaroutpost.com

 

 

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Econolite Cobalt

"The traffic signal controller represents one of the most important intelligent technology and communication components of a signalized intersection. As such, today’s advanced traffic signal controller must integrate leading edge electronics, while supporting industry standards and specifications. Econolite continues its tradition of offering the most advanced and innovative technologies with the Cobalt™ family of Advanced Transportation Controllers (ATC)."

Learn More at Econolite.com

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