|City Partner||Metropolitan Area of Barcelona|
|Solution statement||EyeDecide: KentyouEye for improving city’s logistics |
|Pilot solution||French start-up Kentyou will demo its holistic data platform, AI-powered data analytics tool, and a visualisation and decision-making tool. The solution will provide forecasting of parking demand or occupancy, routing optimisation, and traffic management recommendations.|
|Programme Edition||RAPTOR 2023|
How might we leverage data collected in loading/unloading zones to improve city logistics policies in the metropolitan area?
The Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (AMB) is facing several challenges in getting the most value from the data collected by their own app (SPRO) to monitor loading/unloading zones.
One of the major problems is the complexity and volume of the data collected. Another problem is the need to ensure the privacy and security of the data collected. This is particularly important when the data contains sensitive information such as personal information or business-critical data.
Furthermore, the AMB needs to prioritise investments in the right technology and infrastructure to support the use of data collected through the app. This includes data storage and processing capabilities, as well as tools for data visualisation and analysis. Without the right technology and infrastructure, Barcelona may not be able to analyse the solution performance and to fully realise the potential of the data collected through the app.
The Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (AMB) would like to get accurate and reliable data, ensuring that the data collected by the app is accurate, complete, and reliable, and free from errors and inconsistencies.
AMB is looking for improved data management, increasing the capacity of processing large volumes of data collected.
All data process must ensure data privacy and security, protecting sensitive information and minimizing the risk of unauthorized access or misuse.
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