Every City Should Be A Smart City.
Uncharted is a data fusion company that helps cities access smart city insights at a fraction of the typical cost...
SO EVERY CITY HAS THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE A SMART CITY.
MOST CITIES CANNOT AFFORD TO BE SMART
Black & Veatch
Only 16 percent of surveyed municipalities said they could self-fund a smart city initiative.
Enterprise IoT Insights
"Cities could waste $341 billion by 2025 by implementing non-standardized IoT solutions."
Arc Advisoory Group
"For smart city...projects, custom integration can account for more than 50% of the overall project cost."
THE UNCHARTED PLATFORM
We are using our proprietary technology platform to fuse data from across the city into a digital twin, giving the city access to smart city services.
Our data fusion architecture is designed to securely ingest, validate, integrate, and analyze city infrastructure data in one place, creating a digital model that enables smart city services.
ACCELERATE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
NOT YOUR AVERAGE TECH COMPANY
At Uncharted, we believe that authentically empowering and collaborating with a community is the first step to building a smart, sustainable, and equitable city.
We believe in ethical data stewardship. With our platform, cities and developers own their data. Period.
We believe in investing in the next generation. In partnership with local community organizations and schools, we teach our UPlift STEM curriculum to students, preparing them to invent the future infrastructure solutions their hometown needs.
We partnered with the City of Poughkeepsie to demonstrate a new paradigm for last mile infrastructure.
The partnership included the development of a digital twin and the deployment of edge infrastructure to reduce the cost of final-mile infrastructure and data management.
Calling Cities & Developers:
Join our Infrastructure Innovation Initiative!
Uncharted’s Infrastructure Innovation Initiative is a program for city governments and real estate developers that includes a full demonstration of the pilot technology platform in Poughkeepsie and the opportunity to collaborate on how the platform can solve last mile infrastructure challenges before its wide release.