The Internet of Things (IoT) uses sensors and devices to connect physical infrastructure to the Internet so that you can use data to increase customer services and operational efficiency.

30.3 billion devices will populate Earth by 2020.

Connected Communities

Connected Buildings

Connecting data silos creates operational intelligence and can reduce technology challenges that hinder productivity, service automation, and operational intelligence.

Collect disparate data, transform for a common data model for interoperability.


Connect devices and systems to create a network of things to improve services.


Analyze and interpret data from your connected network of things.


Automate services, alerts, responses, and predict future requirements.

The availability of network connectivity, coupled with increasing investment in connected devices and software applications will provide cities, campuses, transportation, and real estate operators the opportunity to connect in real-time.

To reduce costs and share services, smart communities are taking action today to build the data utility of tomorrow.

Governments and communities are years behind the enterprise's ability to leverage analytics to measure impacts, forecast requirements, improve services, and generate new revenue.

City Planning and Operations

$1 Trillion
Global annual savings could be attained by optimizing public infrastructure.
Source: McKinsey

$57 Trillion
In infrastructure investments will be needed between 2013 and 2020.
Source: McKinsey

Water Management


Of water allocated for domesticHuman use goes to urban cities.
Source: World Bank

$14 Billion
In potable water is lost every year because of leaks, theft, and unbilled usage.
Source: World Bank

Transportation Analytics

50 Hours

Of traffic delays per year are incurred, on average, by travellers.

30 Billion
People all over the world travel approximately 30 billion miles per year. By 2050, that figure will grow over 150 billion miles.

Turn data into action
Urban SDK’s IoT command center enables you to easily connect devices, automate rules, and analyze IoT data to improve transportation, infrastructure, and resource performance.

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Jeff Sheffield
North Florida TPO
Smart Sync provides us visibility, analytics and predictive intelligence on our local and regional roadways through sensors, traffic systems and vendor technology deployments. This allows us to configure and analyze disparate data for road safety and better transportation services.