For Smart Cities & Municipalities, Ortelium uses the power of environmental data intelligence to improve emission management in urban areas. Able to pull data from a wide range of sources, Ortelium collects, visualises and charts information from citizen observations (made via the Ortelium app), as well as from devices (IoT). Those Smart Cities & Municipalities already using Ortelium say it lets them see, in real time, what is happening where in their city on an environmental level, while involving citizens as partners in a transparent process.
Ortelium’s fully agnostic sensor interface allows you to create and manage your environmental data and turn it into urban informatics.
Do you want to create a dynamic noise map? Do you want to visualise and chart online-monitored PM 2.5 or PM 10 levels? Perhaps you later want to add NOx, SOx or other values? - No problem. Ortelium draws data from your weather stations, individual sensors, sensor grids, other web machines or your own business data pools.
Monitor observations of citizens made via the Ortelium app to analyse the causes of frequently occurring nuisances, such as odour and noise. Combining observation results with process data from local industrial plants allows Smart Cities & Municipalities to locate the potential source of nuisances, making it possible to take measures to reduce the environmental impact from the respective source in intensity and frequency.
For air quality, odour and dust observations, Ortelium offers Smart Cities & Municipalities the option of integrating backtracking capabilities to instantly analyse the pathway of these observations, which is helpful especially in areas with a diversity of potential complaint sources, such as industrial parks and other industrial zones.
Through a ticketing system, Ortelium allows Smart Cities & Municipalities to update citizens directly on the status of their observations and the actions taken to develop a relationship of trust.