By 2050, 70 per cent of the world’s population will live in a city. Demand for energy, water and other services will reach potentially unsustainable levels. The ICL provides an intelligent approach to community development so you can deliver a city that operates in an integrated fashion. One which uses digital technologies to enhance performance and wellbeing, reduce costs and resource consumption, and engage more effectively and actively with its citizens.
Testing carbon policy options.
Impacts of developments city wide.
Plans and policy ideas easily.
Showing Citizens their consumption reduction.
Energy schemes to tackle fuel poverty.
ICL technology supports smart city planning by virtually testing proposed green planning policies. Ensuring they are viable, cost effective and deliver the environmental impacts desired.
Uncover hidden community renewable potential and investigate public transport and EV coverage across your city. Base your decisions on not only what is physically possible, but also on the preferences of citizens.
Generate city-wide building analytics and encourage citizens to rate their own building performance with IES Energy Apps and Interactive Touchscreens. Or use the platform to deliver innovative consultations on proposed zero-carbon policies.
IES was chosen for its unique technology and expertise to carry out a 1 year Proof of Concept study investigating building energy optimisation. The project explored how analysis of data already available could be used to refine Glasgow City Council’s building management and energy investment strategy and ROI targets.
The ICL incorporates the latest digital technology to link physics based simulations, Internet of Things (IOT) data, sensor readings, machine learning and AI into one interconnected platform containing the following tools: