The UK Government is committed to meeting the demands of increased urbanisation, climate change, greater energy efficiency and to accelerate sustainable economic growth.
There is also an increasing awareness amongst planners as to how new buildings, parks, and intelligent transportation systems can reduce congestion, improve productivity and contribute to more liveable cities.
Unlike traditional methods of gathering information, mobile devices benefit from location based services and “always on” user behavior. As a result, the data obtained is more accurate and can help to create a clearer and more detailed picture of an urban area.
Citi Logik is committed to making sense of urban environments through an improved understanding of vehicle and pedestrian movements enabled through the use of aggregated anonymised data to help create a reliable picture of the interaction between static, slow moving, vehicle and rail movements.
We are making an ever-increasing contribution to the debate through established relationships with partners who provide an integrated view of prime commercial and residential space in key urban hubs. Our team of specialists, technologists and data scientists understand how transport assessments are developed as part of a broader Environmental Impact Assessment for major developments.