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City Architecture for Tomorrow Challenge Awards Winners Numina and KERB US$500,000 for Implementation in Kuala Lumpur

City Architecture for Tomorrow Challenge (CATCH) launched in February 2020 with a global call for dynamic and data-driven solutions to address mobility and city planning challenges in Kuala Lumpur. Six finalists developed Minimum Viable Products …

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Numina Awarded as Technology Pioneer by World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum announced its selection of the 100 most promising Technology Pioneers of 2021 – companies that are shaping industries from healthcare to retail and many more. This year’s cohort includes representation from …

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Olivia Jovine, giving a tour!

5 Questions with Olivia Jovine

A Conversation with Urban Planner Olive Jovine About Technology and Computer Vision Uses in Urban Planning We chatted with Olivia Jovine, an Urban Planner at Localize in New York City and founder and co-chair of …

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Numina at the Transit Tech Lab finalist showcase.

Announcing Numina’s participation in the Transit Tech Lab

Numina is honored to participate in the 2020 Transit Tech Lab, a public-private partnership led by Partnership for New York City and New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority, including Port Authority of New York and New …

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Defining Accuracy for Street-Level Mobility Data

Numina’s mission is to empower cities with data to become more responsive, so they are safer, healthier, and more equitable for the people who live in them. Our platform provides vital real-time, ground-level intelligence — without surveillance — to …

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Meghan Canale and Danielle Harris

A conversation with Danielle Harris

Meghan chatted with Danielle Harris, Elemental Excelerator’s Director of Mobility Innovation. The interview has been edited for clarity and length. MC: Hi, Danielle! Thanks for taking the time to speak with me! I’d love to …

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