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SMART CITIES

Governments are embracing the smart cities movement, integrating data and technology to drive efficiency and respond to citizen demands.

Public works departments face an incredible opportunity. We help them harness it.

From city planning and infrastructure, to public safety and social programs, the smart cities movement is quickly changing the ways urban areas are growing, evolving and attracting future investment.

City leaders are expected to continuously improve government services, while also ensuring the smartest use of taxpayer dollars. The race is on to to adapt with speed and scale.

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Public Works & Sustainability
Public works departments simply cannot afford to be left out of the smart cities movement, and city leaders know that smart cities are more sustainable and resilient cities. By shifting to a data-enabled model, public works departments can achieve greater operational efficiency and gather more intelligence to drive better service. Similarly, city leaders need better data to inform better policy-making decisions and to target limited resources.

Efforts to create more sustainable cities and to improve day-to-day government services have historically taken place in different parts of city government, meaning that Offices of Sustainability and Departments of Public Works have never really functioned in lock step. Our technology, and the data that it provides, help to bring those efforts together and ensure that everyone shares a common goal.

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Municipal Waste & Recycling
Route optimization, hauler mileage, landfill tonnage and recycling data are only the beginning for municipal waste management in smart cities.

Partnerships like the one Rubicon launched with the City of Atlanta in January 2017, the City of Santa Fe in March 2017, and the City of Columbus, GA in April 2017 are already collecting data and establishing baseline metrics to help inform sustainability and resiliency planning. Rubicon is proud to have created a product that allows public works departments to not only join, but also to lead the smart cities movement.

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