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Below are a few examples of how IUDX supports the application ecosystem to create applications for efficient service delivery and convenience to the citizens:
EXAMPLE: IMPROVING  CITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE

City functions can be dramatically improved using data from IUDX. For example,  an Emergency Assistant app can take the ambulance location, patient monitoring data, route navigation information, traffic lights status, hospital data and then recommends the hospital, route, manage the traffic lights, keep the hospital informed of the patient status, ETA and reach the hospital in the shortest time. 

EXAMPLE: IMPROVING CITIZENS’ MOBILITY

Mobility is an area ripe for improvement with data. For example, with IUDX, it is possible for an  app can  data from multiple transport sources (Metro, Suburban rail, Taxi, Carpool, E-bikes….)  and suggest the Best Mode of Transport to the commuter at any point of time.

COST SAVINGS AND EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS
The candidates below are good examples and many more could be envisaged from specific city challenges to be solved.
IUDX Compliant Integrated Command & Control (ICCC)
IUDX Compliant Integrated Command & Control means standard interfaces for the ICCC application to connect to the individual solutions where the IUDX will interface with these solutions through specific interfaces and provide standard interfaces to ICCC.
  • Flexibility to choose any ICCC for the new contracts & renewals
  • Cost optimisation  – 15 to 20%
  • Reduced efforts to integrate vendor solutions to ICCC
  • Reduced cost of building, deploying and maintaining the ICCC
Optimized Public Transport
Optimized Public Transport means the vehicles are dispatched based on the rider demand (vehicle occupancy monitoring, riders waiting etc), deflect the riders if needed to other transport modes (rideshare, E-Bikes etc), traffic scenario etc to achieve maximum occupancy and utilization of the fleets.
  • Reduced efforts to integrate vendor solutions to ICCC
  • Efficiency through demand-based fleet planning and dispatch
  • Collaboration with other transport services to meet spikes in demand
  • Additional benefits from increased ridership, reduced traffic, pollution etc beyond cost reduction
  • Overall cost reduction of 15 to 20%