Smart city resilience practice

As we approach 80% of the world’s population living in cities, we become increasingly dependent on city based critical infrastructure for the survival of many hundreds of millions of people and the economic activity that supports them. Cities were not conceived with this in mind, consequently their critical infrastructure systems are straining to provide the required level of basic services.

Civic leaders must apportion limited resources to an ever-increasing list of priorities in many cases without knowing if their decisions will achieve the resilience and sustainability outcomes they are striving for.

RiskLogik takes the guesswork out of this process. By modelling the critical infrastructure topology of the city and fusing this with an understanding of the service demand clusters, RiskLogik analysts create a predictive model of infrastructure demands and stresses that all city departments can use to support evidence based decision making.  

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