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Sensors analyzing how people move along Clematis St

Mobility
Mobility
Cellular
Cellular
City of West Palm Beach
City of West Palm Beach
Sensors analyzing how people move along Clematis St

Through the Center for Smart Streetscapes (CS3), the City of West Palm Beach and Florida Atlantic University are making strides towards safer and smarter streets with new technology that can help us create a safer and more inclusive community for all.

The WPB Mobility Intelligence Platform uses sensors to analyze how people move along Clematis Street. By analyzing signals from mobile devices, it anonymously monitors their locations. This helps city officials understand where people go and any issues they encounter while traveling. With this information, the City can improve transportation options and make it easier for everyone to get around.

Click here to see the data collected by the sensors

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City of West Palm Beach

Who is accountable for this technology?

Mobility

What is the purpose of this technology?

Cellular

What type of technology is this?

Spatial

What type of data is being collected?

Aggregated

How will this data be processed?

Available to download

Who can access this data?

Retained indefinitely

How is this data stored?