Government and Public Services

The move towards E-government has had dramatic impacts on the ease of citizens interacting with the government (C2G) and vice versa, to the point that processes that used to take days now are handled in mere minutes. Government 4.0 is the next leap, which harnesses the immense power of data (from Internet of Things to citizens’ information) combined with the mindset of openness (open data), allowing domains such as Location Intelligence to advance government services to new heights.

Educational Resource optimization

The educational system is large, with many resources that require constant adjustments and redistribution across various locations, from students and teachers to even equipment resources, which may be underused across educational institutes. Intelmatix develops intelligent optimization solutions that provide the best distribution of resources across different educational institutes. Intelmatix identifies relevant data sources and integrates them to provide the best education quality possible with the available resources.

Managing the Impacts of Automation

Automation is becoming a reality. While some parts of the labor force welcome that change, none argue that it won’t have an adverse impact on many people. Predicting and projecting which cities, locations, and labor forces will be impacted by automation helps decision-makers plan for unemployment, support populations to adapt, and mitigate hardship.

Location-specific Spending Management

Governments spend significant funds maintaining, supporting, and enhancing their amenities and services, affecting operations, business investments, and the quality of life. Making decisions about where, when, how often, and how much to spend is a daunting task that requires compromises and analysis of each location. Intelmatix provides decision-makers with the ability to manage this complexity in the most efficient manner possible, enhancing overall services while limiting spending.

Identifying Communities in Need

Governments serve big populations across large areas. Accurately and consistently identifying which areas are suffering from low-quality services and breakdowns is difficult. Intelmatix processes a wide variety of data sets, from satellite images to home/work location information, that are used to evaluate a wide variety of indicators from socioeconomic statuses to vegetation scores in order to identify the communities most in need.