URBAN INFORMATICS
AND CITY ANALYTICS

Transform big data into solutions for cities and your organization with CUSP's rigorous three-day program.

URBAN INFORMATICS
AND CITY ANALYTICS

Transform big data into solutions for cities and your organization with CUSP's rigorous three-day program.

Today’s cities generate data at astounding rates.

Take NYC for example. Its agencies produce nearly a terabyte of digital information daily on everything from traffic tickets to 311 calls. Managing such massive amounts of data is difficult. Putting them to use is even harder. CUSP’s three-day Urban Informatics and City Analytics program develops your ability to address city and organizational challenges with large-scale data from a variety of sources. You will gain the following knowledge and competencies as a participant:

THREE
INTENSIVE
DAYS

From global trends to getting buy-in, the program covers what you need to know to incorporate urban informatics into your organization.

Over the course of the program's three days, you will acquire the skills requiered to partner with senior management and ke executives within your organization in order to design and implement city analytics and urban informatics initiatives that deliver measurable, scalable results

The program covers thrends, challenges, and opportunities for big data applications for urban systems, including such critical informatics skills as data management and mining of massive datasets, data science and analyrics, and information visualization. There is a particular foucs on the practical aspects of developing and deploying solutions on urban environments.

The program combines lectures by leading faculty researchers practitioners, and city leaders with case studies, cohort discussions, and professional coaching. By the program's end, you will have a foundataion in urban informatics and city analyrics that will empower you to contrbute to making cities more efficient, livable, equitable, and resilient.

Cities are racing to understand how to turn big data into actionable insight. Knowing how is a true competitive advantage

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Why is it important?

For the first time in human history, people around the world are choosing to live in cities more than ever before. But increased populations strain the very things that make cities attractive - plentiful public transportation and access to top-quality healthcare to name just two. At the same time, New York City and London are no longer the only places the world's most talented professionals and leading companies choose for their homes and headquarters. Globalization has added cities like Shanghai and Singapore to the list.

So how can cities compete?

By being exceptional at managing resources like water and energy. By responding to emergencies and citizens' needs better. By upgrading infrastructure to be stronger and safer.

There's not-so-secret weapon creating extraordinary cities: data/ Cities are awash in data sources - from parking meters to smartphone check-ins. Urban informatics provides the means to turn huge amounts of data into approaches and technologies taht make a city an ideal place to work, live and thrive.

Tweets from smartphones, MetroCard swipes, smart energy meters - New York City is teeming with data sources.Urban informatics combines data from these sources to make the city a better place to live and thrive.

WHO BENEFITS?
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR LEADERS

Professionals in leadership positions who want to improve their ability to utilize, create, and manage data-driven approaches to city-related operations, planning, and decision making.

WHO BENEFITS?
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR LEADERS

Professionals in leadership positions who want to improve their ability to utilize, create, and manage data-driven approaches to city-related operations, planning, and decision making.