Smart Cities & Infrastructure

Digital decision making processes and rapid application development are key technologies for institutions and public administration to better operate modern infrastructures and societies.

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    Modern societies require cities and infrastructure that take into account the way people work and live. Challenges such as COVID-19, as well as immigration are complex, and therefore they require holistic thinking about how societies, countries and infrastructure should operate. The concept of smart cities was drawn up to meet this challenge, to help infrastructure experts, public sector and public administration officials, those that are building officers or planners, health and safety officers, public regulations, private practice employees and more to work together.

    This requires digital transformation to occur in many different sectors and job roles. By undergoing digitization, organizations can make better use of data, enabling them to make better decisions on how a smart city should operate and the infrastructure required to make it work.

    Especially in the management of high volumenes of similar, standardizable requests digital applications can uphold the functioning of public structures and processes. Similarly to the field of public administration which has significant automation potential, the sector of smart cities and infrastructure sees numerous use cases for no-code automation like BRYTER:

    • Services in the state-citizen relationship, e.g. for public requests and proceedings, information portals, municipal self-service applications
    • Sending, intake and processing of requests, especialls in most areas of public law, like submissions, permits, loans, grants, allowances.
    • Overall management of infrastructure, e.g. transportation and admission management, public permits, rules and safety
    • Border control and individual displacement management.

    This is where BRYTER brings value:

    • Embedded regulation: BRYTER allows it to directly embed regulatory requirements into existing hardware and infrastructure frameworks. 
    • Digitalize institutions: Bring public institutions into the digital age by making their processes and services available to citizens via self-service platforms. 
    • Make regulations accessible: Transform the logic of complex legal regulations into digital tools in order to make the resulting consequences directly accessible and tangible for citizens. 
    • 24/7 availability: Self-service tools built with BRYTER are available 24/7 and thereby make it possible to digitize public services. 
    • Free up resources: Automation of standardized processes frees up valuable resources and thereby enables experts to focus on high value work.