With the Tribefire Platform, a foundational technology for a connected world was created. This platform for platforms enables visionary enterprises & cities to build their digital businesses with speed and simplicity. An example is the Smart City KPI dashboard application where cities can upload their data with all key metrics accessible in order to display and evaluate them in an intuitive and easy-to-use interface.
The focus on Smart Sustainable Cities has given rise to an ecosystem of municipal leaders, planners, sustainability directors, entrepreneurs, technologists, funders and advocates. What is often missing is a centralized facilitation platform to bring together these architects of the sustainable future. The Smart City Lab Vienna was opened by The Organization for International Economic Relations (OiER) together with Braintribe - the Data Platform experts – to offer the needed platform to various stakeholders. The aim of the Lab is to develop and implement urban sustainability projects in cities in the areas of education, health, infrastructure, mobility, energy, IOT, etc. It is located at the Tribe.Space in Vienna’s young and innovative 7th district.
OiER together with BRAINTRIBE used the innovative environment of the LAB and developed a Smart City KPI Dashboard to track and solve city challenges. The first use case is an evaluation application where cities can upload their data with all key metrics accessible in order to display and evaluate them in an intuitive and easy-to-use interface. If you need to tackle a sustainability project in your city, the dashboard will be your support and enablement hub. Through the dashboard, you will gain an overview of the current performance of your city. You have the opportunity to work together with subject matter experts from different fields to evolve new ideas to tackle open or upcoming challenges. This allows moving from first ideas to the first proof of concept in weeks and to a first productive and individual solution in months, instead of years.
The developed dashboard acts as an orchestration layer for data and services from the disparate origin, thus making them understandable and usable for cities and other urban stakeholders involved. The dashboard integrates the existing IT infrastructure and external services and allows them to combine with new disruptive technologies. With its state-of-the-art tech-stack, the platform can be hosted in the cloud as well as on-premise.
The KPI platform is live ready to accept 100’s of cities to upload their data with all key metrics accessible in a smooth interface. To register for the dashboard please contact us
Further information about the KPIs can be found at the United for Smart Sustainable Cities website.