Qucit stands for Quantified Cities. It develops an Urban Predictive Platform to make cities smarter, more liveable and sustainable.
Qucit develops an Urban Predictive Platform (UPP) to make cities smarter, more liveable and sustainable. This platform relies on artificial intelligence and machine learning models to make predictions on urban behaviors. For example, we focus on mobility with bike share-systems (rebalancing-fleet optimization): we are able to predict the availability of bikes in docks up to twelve hours in advance which make the system mire efficient. We also worked on parking predictions.
Thanks to its team of data-scientists, back-end, full-stack developers and smart-city experts, Qucit use and develop innovative technologies on the urban behaviors. This require a deep knowledge of urban dynamics and actors. We aim at making a precious use of the massive amounts of urban data emerging everyday in our cities. With our technology, we are able to enrich the data we receive from our customers with contextual data.
Our initial research highlighted a lack of optimization in urban systems. It was clear that our cities were in need of predictive analysis for the data produced by the urban systems (energy, mobility, waste, logistics). They need optimization for environmental, economical and societal purposes. Such predictions do not exist or are not reliable enough today. Machine-learning technologies help us make those predictions more accurate. Extent of applications of predictions through data is tremendous