Ikusi is participating in the Replicate project with the deployment of its smart mobility platform Spider
Ikusi is set to collaborate actively in the Replicate project that is driving forward the development of a new model of smart city which is seeking to promote energy efficiency, sustainable mobility and the incorporation of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) into city management.
The project, led by Donostia-San Sebastián, among others, is part of the Horizon 2020 Plan, regarded as the European Union’s biggest programme in the field of Smart Cities.
Ikusi will be incorporating its smart mobility platform Spider into this project. This platform allows a large volume of data coming from a whole host of sources and operational systems in the city to be monitored and managed. Spider centralises, processes and makes use of the data in a multimodal way by using advanced business intelligence (BI) tools to enable transport planners, operators and authorities to have the information displayed in a simplified, orderly and straightforward way. This will enable them to gain a better understanding of the reality of the current state of mobility and, as a result, to contribute towards making better decisions designed to cut the operating costs of the services, to coordinate resources optimally and anticipate any future problems and trends that may emerge.
The main features of the Spider platform are as follows:
- Monitoring and display in real time.
- Comprehensive view of the mobility service.
- Strategic, integral and combined planning of mobility.
- Indicator management (KPIs)
- Forecasting and simulation.
- Integration with third-party operational systems –public emergency services.
Ikusi bases its mobility offer on the development of innovative technological solutions and services that meet the future needs of towns/cities and their citizens. At the end of the day, what Ikusi is offering is something that will contribute towards sustainable, mobility for everyone.
It is a proposal endorsed by the company’s experience spanning over 20 years in the sector in which the main aims are: to optimise mobility thanks to the integration, interoperability and interconnection of the various means of land transport, by taking advantage of technological advances in smart transport systems to meet the needs of citizens.