We’re honored to bring Numina to the Innovation District in downtown Las Vegas. Along Fremont Ave., Las Vegas hosts inspiring events like civic hackathons and Life is Beautiful, and the City is piloting amazing technologies spanning environmental monitoring, autonomy, and more. This area will be one of the most trafficked places we’ve deployed Numina to date, and weRead More »Numina comes to Las Vegas!
As part of today’s programming at APBP PDS 2017, some of our team got to go on a walking tour along the Memphis Riverfront and learn about present and future Civic Commons projects designed to bring disinvested spaces back to life. We saw a fantastic example of pop-up infrastructure: the RiverPlay park on Riverside Drive. The pop-up project launchedRead More »RiverPlay: Memphis’ Newest Pop-Up Park
This week, Numina will be in Memphis, TN, and Austin, TX, for the APBP Professional Development Seminar and Smart Cities Connect 2017, respectively. We’d love to see you and share the latest with Numina! Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals PDS (Memphis, TN)Peabody HotelTable #7 in the Forest Room map Smart Cities Connect (Austin, TX)Austin Convention CenterBooth #506 (with URBAN-X) map Stay tunedRead More »Catch us at APBP PDS and Smart Cities Connect this week!
Our mission at Numina is to empower cities with data to become more responsive and more equitable. We believe smart cities are responsive ones — ones that can adapt to the needs of citizens and the evolving conditions of streets, neighborhoods, governance. We believe that, collectively in communities, we must advance transportation equity. Giving people greaterRead More »Our Mission
Numina selected for Technology for Healthy Communities to work with Jacksonville as Community Innovator
We’re honored to announce that Numina has been selected as a Technology for Healthy Communities Innovator, to work with Jacksonville to address pedestrian safety. Jacksonville has the highest pedestrian fatality rate of any major American city (ranked 12th in population and first in land area). We’ll be collaborating with the City of Jacksonville, Health 2.0, the Clinton Health MattersRead More »Numina selected for Technology for Healthy Communities to work with Jacksonville as Community Innovator
This blog post was written by Numina’s CEO and co-founder, Tara Pham, and originally published on the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation’s KnightBlog. In 2015, Knight Foundation’s Prototype Fund supported early development and testing of Numina on the streets of St. Louis, Mo. It’s relatively easy to count cars. Lay down a tubeRead More »Knight Prototype Fund project Numina uses data to help build better cities