The team at Vianova is always busy improving Cityscope. Here's what we'll be working on in the coming months.
Demand Prediction for Operators- More and more shared mobility operators are using Cityscope tools to better manage their fleet. We'll be rolling out new demand prediction tools to help operators better rebalance their fleets to maximize their efficiency and meet customer demands.
Public Transport Visualization- Many of our customers want to know what the most popular origins and destinations are from public transport stops. While this feature is available in Cityscope today, we've heard your requests to improve the usability in order to better answer the question of whether shared mobility is helping or hindering your transport network.
"Bring Your Own Data"- We offer one of the most powerful tools for visualizing shared mobility data, but data is most valuable when you can see it context. We're building a tool to let you upload additional geospatial data (population density, infrastructure locations, etc.) in order to add more context to the way people are using shared mobility in your City. This feature will also unlock the ability to see many types of new data within Cityscope, and give mobility operators a way to share data above and beyond the standard KPIs with their city partners.
Improvements to Reports and Notifications- Many users are using Reports to monitor compliance and check KPIs. But we've heard feedback that there are ways to improve this experience to make it easier to find the relevant information. You'll also be able to change your notification preferences- how often and for what type of incident you receive emails.
New Role Features- Some users have expressed that the current range of roles don't meet their needs, so we're redefining the user profiles to help both cities and operators match users with the features they need.
Report Card on Data Quality- We're expanding our existing data quality tool to cover new categories. The goal is to celebrate the operators who are putting in the time and effort to provide cities with high quality data and help raise the bar for data in the industry.
Mobile-Optimization- With more cities using Cityscope to enforce parking infringements, we're improving our Control view to make it even easier for inspectors to report devices using their phones or tablets.
Data sharing manager
A new interface for our data producer partners to manage the feeds they have connected to Cityscope, including adding new feeds, configuring API keys and authentication, testing, and managing the sharing of these feeds with other organizations.
A public data marketplace for participating data producers that want to share their data with other users, eventually monetizing these feeds, opening up new revenue streams for their businesses.
Fees and subsidy regulations
New regulations allowing regulating bodies like cities to set policies that incentivize or disincentivize certain fleet conditions using subsidies and fees, respectively.
Ability to ingest CSV data
The ability to ingest CSV data beyond the core micro-mobility data standards of MDS and GBFS. These CSVs will need to include timestamps and geospatial data. This data could be anything from the output of a machine learning model to the way public transit moves around a city. The goal is to make Cityscope a generalist power-tool for analysis of streaming mobility data, no matter the mode.
Infrastructure mapping of curb data, allowing a precise understanding of the streetscape with the ability to set regulations, monitor usage, and leverage the power of Cityscope reports and notifications.