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COVID-19 Readiness KitHelping local government prepare and respond to COVID-19 Pandemic
TopicCOVID-19, Coronavirus, Citizen Engagement, Remote Work, Emergency Management, Telework, Continuity of Operations
In light of the COVID-19/Coronavirus epidemic, government leaders must respond by maintaining situational awareness, communicating with residents, and taking actions to limit the spread of the virus.
Cash back to CitiesAllow payables to generate rebates
LocationFort Lauderdale, Tallahassee
TopicCost Savings, New Revenue, Payments, Efficiency
Partner(s)City of Fort Lauderdale, City of Tallahassee, CPS Payment
Fort Lauderdale and Tallahassee have added revenue to their budgets and saved money on payment processing. CPS's ePayables solution allows governments to capture rebates from vendors on their existing payables. There is no upfront cost, CPS keeps a portion of the rebate, and the solution works with your existing systems. Not only can you add new revenue to your city, it saves time and resources in payment processing. Fort Lauderdale and Tallahassee have added over $300,000 in new revenue per year.
Multi-Modal Transportation ApplicationIntegrating multiple options into single trip
Partner(s)Greenline Technology and Vancouver
Greenline Technology, the City of Vancouver, local transit agencies, and various bike and car share companies created the Cowlines App, a free tool to show you the faster, most cost effective and most sustainable way to move around the city.
Cycling to Smart CitiesSafety, Sustainability & Data!
TopicTransportation, Safety, Cycling
Partner(s)Smart Dublin, See.Sense
Dublin & See.Sense have created a real triple threat. While encouraging sustainable bicycle programs, Dublin partnered to use the See.Sense icon, a bike light that is also a sensor. In addition to keeping riders safe, their trips provide aggregate & anonymized data to the city about mobility, road conditions and cyclist safety.
Innovation Process ManagementIncrease your pilot success rate
LocationPittsburgh, San Mateo, Las Vegas
TopicInnovation Management, Smart City, Pilot, Execution
San Mateo County is working and planning multiple technology pilots and needed a better way than spreadsheets to track them. Using UrbanLeap's platform they are able to manage vendor intake, setup and manage pilot milestones and track results. This increases both their capacity to manage and their pilot success rate.
Turn garbage trucks into sensorsEfficiently managing waste and recycling
TopicWaste Management, Recycling, Cost Saving
Partner(s)Rubicon Global and Atlanta Georgia
Atlanta outfitted their waste fleet with Rubicon's sensors & software to more efficiently respond to the city's needs. Beyond cost savings, this improves recycling rates, ensuring trucks are routed to the correct facilities only when full.
The City of Chula Vista is looking to build relationships with parties interested in autonomous vehicle and unmanned aerial systems.
Las Vegas is seeking pilot proposals around their strategic priorities. 1) Iconic Las Vegas 2) Smart Vegas 3) Neighborhoods 4) At Risk Populations 5) Public Safety 6) Workforce Development
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COVID-19 Readiness Kit Launch
Marketplace.city would like to support the efforts to prepare and respond to the COVID-19 outbreak by highlighting the application of innovative technology in cities around the world. To that end we have created a COVID-19 Readiness Kit and are hosting a webinar this week. View the Readiness Kit
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