We’re harnessing urban grid data in new ways to better understand how our cities operate and where to take them.
Information is power
As living environments become increasingly connected to technology, a new wealth of urban data is emerging and helping us make more informed choices about a community’s needs and solutions. Our team focuses on work in the areas of data management, warehousing, processing, validation, analysis and visualization. By leveraging these insights, we’re able to help clients develop interactive dashboards, visual models, and streamline the processing of information to enhance decision making. It’s also transforming the way we communicate with clients, replacing traditional graphs and tables with visually immersive data sets that tell a stronger, more engaging story.
Associate Director | Practice Lead, Transportation Engineering
Associate | Manager, Transportation Engineering
Associate Director, Transportation Planner
Director | Sr. Practice Lead, Urban Design / Planning
Data in action
Our analytics systems have made major contributions to our intelligence and transportation practices through the application of data processing algorithms, machine learning, and visualizations for projects in the areas of traffic and transit planning/operations, land use development assessment, and asset management
Our system serves as the centralized hub to aggregate, manage, control, and disseminate transit real-time data including service alerts, vehicle locations, and arrival predictions for all transit modes for an agency or multiple agencies in a region.
Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games
IBI Group acted as Lead Architect for the Athlete’s Village, and also lead transportation planning, delivery, and operations during the the largest multi-sport event ever hosted in Canada — including the management of 1,500 kilometres of Games route network during its 51-day schedule.