The City Science modelling suite delivers high-quality answers to complex and strategic questions across multiple modes. Integrating your data with the latest regional and national datasets, we develop ‘live’ models to provide comprehensive analysis of route efficiency, business opportunities and external impacts e.g. congestion. Using a range of base-layer inputs our modelling tools provide an integrated framework of transport intelligence, ‘What if?’ analysis and optimisation to improve profitability for transport operators.
City Science can provide technology design, project management, analytics and software development across a wide range of smart city initiatives. Our experience and partnerships across telematics, CAVs, IoT, remote monitoring, security, system design, and analytics enable us to offer trusted and independent collaboration across a broad spectrum of projects. Where projects are aligned to our strategic R&D objectives, we may be able to support bid writing, funding applications or data capture via new IoT hardware.
City Science can develop environmental strategies bespoke to your business needs. We undertake a comprehensive review of process energy and cost, evaluating opportunities and developing a prioritised intervention analysis to improve business and operational efficiency and performance.
We conduct a range of macro and micro strategy work to help organisations and regions reduce their carbon footprint.
Energy Efficiency Intelligence provides comprehensive and independent advice from energy, engineering, statistical and financial experts. Our software enables you to view, explore and analyse your property assets through a single portal providing an essential tool to manage and deliver ongoing value. Based on whole-system, energy strategy expertise (e.g. the interaction of heat, gas, thermal performance and electrical demand) and drawing on our rich techno-financial database and modelling tools, Energy Efficiency Intelligence helps you identify immediate and ongoing savings, develop business cases and identify grant and funding opportunities.