Smart Cities


Smart Cities use information and communication technologies to improve the efficiency of service provision and urban operations, drive economic growth and enhance the quality of life of citizens. Location intelligence and analysis link a wide range of Smart City projects. Whether you need to pinpoint the most efficient routes to take to deliver services or identify who is affected by city works such as interruptions in service supply, spatial data will be crucial.


Digital Government

We supplement forward-thinking Digital Government and cloud initiatives through the provision of datasets including drive time, domestic mapping and demographic profiling datasets. Our range of datasets are fully compatible with ESRI ArcGIS and MapInfo, and can bring a greater level of insight into your catchments for better analysis and understanding.

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Any governmental organisation should possess a detailed understanding of the income and spending power of the local population. Spending habits should be a consideration when planning public services moving forward, and are richly detailed in our socio-demographic datasets.

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AddressAnalytix is a new database of all properties in Great Britain, indicating residential or commercial use for all properties, differentiating between types of residential property and defining different density blocks of flats. Use this origin to destination data for the modelling of transport journeys and the remodelling of routes to adapt to changes in road networks and speeds.

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The process of employing automobile systems that combine GPS tracking with remote monitoring can be significantly improved with the right data. Accurately track the movement of vehicles on public roads with a detailed knowledge of the areas your vehicles will be going through and the associated on road conditions.

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Machine to Machine (M2M)

Utilizing our range of datasets with M2M technology enables public sector organisations to know exactly which postcode or street your public vehicles or points of interest are on, and can also be used to track the movement of people in a public place in order to gauge the level of burden placed on key pieces of infrastructure such as roads, bridges or smart streetlights.

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Retail Branch Boundaries & Income

The Geolytix dataset contains detailed profiles for 700 shopping centres, 105 railway stations and 250 road and motorway services in the UK. This product details the boundaries for each retail area, the number of retail branches in each and ranks these by retail spend in order to bring rich new insight into your public service strategies.

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Transport APIs

Assessing mobility through public transport and accessibility is critical; we help to make this easier through the prevision of APIs.

Available as an API to be embedded in your own application, Public Transport API from allmapdata provides online access to public transport timetables from buses, underground, trams, ferries, boats and London cable cars to calculate travel time and distance at any time of day from your chosen start points.

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Utilising Open Data

Open data can be very valuable, bringing crucial geographic insight for governments everywhere. Unfortunately however, open data is often poorly organised and can be of a low quality for processing and analysis. allmapdata helps public organisations migrate open data for everyday use, cleaning, restructuring, migrating, integrating and linking it to different levels of geography and levels of government. Beyond this, we can also shoulder the responsibility of maintaining your data, updating it and undertaking version management.

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Internet of Things

The Internet of Things will boost the public sector’s pool of big data through the tracking and analysis of large groups of people and vehicles on the road. Use this to analyse, optimise and improve public processes so that constituencies and their infrastructure nationwide can be maintained and developed more efficiently. This big data resource can be particularly useful in poorer areas; for example, damp meters in low cost accommodation can be used to monitor living conditions to hold landlords accountable for the state of their properties.

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