Increase efficiency and transparency. Make your data work for you.

Our platform helps program managers at public agencies fully leverage existing data and tools. We standardize legacy data, ingest APIs from data sources like vehicle fleets, create no-code reports, and make insights exportable to common BI tools or open data portals.

Our mission is to help public agencies achieve better outcomes in essential programs by unlocking new potential with less overhead. If your agency already has data or reporting workflows, we’ll optimize them. If it doesn’t, we can help create your municipal operating system from the ground up.

The Civic Intelligence Platform

Use an API-first approach to integrate and surface data resources across the city, without having to integrate systems.

Standardize and share data across departments.

  • Leverage an API-first data infrastructure that allows users to integrate data without integrating systems.
  • Access 40+ preloaded city data schemas that standardize data imports from common vendors, or based on industry standards (MDS, GFTS, Open311), putting data in the format you need for self-serve analytics.
  • Import data from a file on your desktop, a url, any API, directly from GPS sensors, or through a VPN connection to on-prem data stores.
  • Support multiple file formats including shapefiles, JSON, Excel, and CSV.

Create custom dashboards and data cards to track insights and visualize data quickly.

  • View any spatial data as heatmaps or time-series graphs, and quickly share them with your team.
  • Access dozens of pre-existing visualizations, or create custom visualizations and dashboards without coding.
  • Geocode any address data upon upload.
  • Filter data on a map by drawing a boundary.

Monitor the performance of vendors and smart city technologies through customized notifications and alerts

  • Be notified when a streetlight goes out, or an e-scooter is outside its operational zone.
  • Ensure that vendors are providing data in conformance with their permits.
  • Report on your transit system performance improvements following a federal grant.
  • Automate demographic and progress reports for KPIs in your city’s affordable housing program.

Export to popular tools, publish open data and create custom APIs

  • Integrate with several common platforms such as PowerBI, Tableau, ArcGIS, and Carto.
  • Automate the creation of open data by publishing any data stream as a public API, which developers can access directly, or can feed your open data portal.
  • Share private data with academic researchers, or other levels of government by publishing a secure API that requires authentication.
  • Surface data via API to internal IT staff, so they can integrate data without having to integrate systems.

Publish Open Data

The Civic Intelligence Platform can be configured to include an open data portal. The Open Data Portal is a site that includes data visualizations, and the ability to easily query, map, and download open data sets.

Save your staff time while making sure that your open data portal is always up to date.

  • Automate the data pipelines that ingest and clean data for publication.
  • Organize your open data program to mirror internal data management, providing much greater efficiency,
  • Include real-time data along with other datasets.

Leverage a unique set of tools that enable two-way collaboration with both civic developers and less technical community members.

  • Empower community members to share their own datasets on the open data portal, curated by city staff.
  • Every public data set is available via a well-documented API with a robust SDK for civic developers.
  • Provide a developer-friendly API portal with a single source for consistent documentation.
  • Track metrics on engagement.

Manage Micro Mobility Programs

The Civic Intelligence Platform provides cities the ability to ingest and manage data from scooter and bikeshare programs, allowing cities to manage the various Mobility as a Service (MaaS) providers that operate in their right of way.

Monitor newly-permitted dockless vehicle programs, using real-time data sharing and digital regulation

  • Digitize program requirements (e.g., service boundaries, fleet size monitoring, distribution zones, parking restrictions, hours of operation).
  • Set up digital permitting and fee payment.
  • Automate non-compliance alerts for cities and vendors.
  • Customize a complaints dashboard.

Manage data from vendors in one place, alongside other city data sources

  • Use one-click integrations to ingest MDS-compliant data streams from nearly any MaaS provider.
  • Generate reports and insights on the micromobility program, including vehicle counts, ridership, and the most common origins/destinations and routes.
  • Be immediately alerted to data quality or reporting issues from MaaS providers.

Track the availability, distribution, and use of vehicles

  • Use data - not person-hours, to manage the micromobility program.
  • Leverage data to inform conversations with key stakeholders around public safety and community equity.
  • Evaluate the performance of MaaS providers in terms of meeting program goals, and the requirements of their permits.
  • Set up alerts to manage key metrics like numbers of vehicles outside operational zones, or rebalancing requirements.

Make data-driven infrastructure and design decisions

  • Combine trip data from micromobility programs with other civic data to inform transportation planning, including assessing overall fleet levels, underserved neighborhoods, and needs for bike lane and curbside infrastructure.
  • Create visualizations showing frequent transit routes, trip origins, and interactions with other transit modes.

Open up data on your micromobility program in a way that protects privacy

  • Share appropriately permissioned and aggregated data on the micromoblity program with other stakeholders, including planners, academic partners, and potentially the public.
  • Integrate with other systems, including ArcGIS, Remix, and Socrata.
  • Publish APIs directly to operators to communicate changes in service areas.