For the City of Pittsburgh, Cartegraph is more than just a tool to track costs and the conditions of assets. It's how they manage their assets in a way that promotes the equitable distribution of resources and services. From street paving allocation and street light conversion to 5G expansion, learn how Matt and the rest of the Pittsburgh team are using data to make more equitable decisions. You'll also uncover how they've built upon their previous Cartegraph successes and adopted buy-in across the city.
By attending this session, you'll be able to:
- Use Cartegraph to get buy-in from parts of your organization that may be reluctant to change
- Approach asset management in a way that equitably improves the quality of life of your citizens
- Showcase the value of the Cartegraph API, dashboards, automations, and Scenario Builder to a diverse group of people
Matthew JacobSenior Enterprise Applications Administrator, City of Pittsburgh Department of Innovation and Performance