There is a need to collect, assimilate and analyze data sets related to air quality, food, water, waste management and land use distribution and how they interact with physical infrastructure in a city such as the distribution of schools, hospitals, and public spaces, housing, transportation etc. Such analysis will be necessary to intelligently create smart and sustainable resource allocation policies and new modes of delivering services. C-USE will act as an enabler and inventory for such data and analytic capabilities by using existing and new technologies and by establishing relationships with various agencies and stakeholders tocreate a culture of exchange of knowledge and ideas.

  • Citizen Science
  • Cyber-Physical Systems
  • Urban Knowledge Banks
  • Geo-Spatial Technologies