DATA SCIENCE | MOBILITY | AUGMENTED REALITY | ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Most government agencies use random sampling methods to build inspection schedules. The result is that inspectors may not be deployed to the places they are needed the most.
Before deploying an inspector into the field, know the likelihood that an inspection will result in a critical violation.
Build data-driven inspection schedules to deploy inspectors to where there is the highest risk of non-compliance.
Monitor incident reports and social media alerts in real time, and enable inspectors to rapidly respond to priority incidents.
Today, most inspections are performed the same way they were 20 years ago. The result: Inspectors spend too much time on manual tasks when they could be out in the field.
Empower inspectors with truly modern mobile applications to process inspections and access critical information in the field.
Improve productivity by eliminating manually data entry and conduct inspections faster with apps designed for efficiency.
Capture and annotate photo evidence of violations, record voice memos, conference supervisors, and deploy practical AR applications.
Enforcement leaders have historically relied on static reports and qualitative feedback from the regulated community to make important oversight decisions. The result: Oversight strategies aren't always informed by the best data available and important insights may be lost.
Decision makers have access to data-driven insights to help prioritize risks, spot trends and identify critical violations.
Improve transparency streamline FOIA requests by making it easier for citizens to access important public data.
Promote compliance by improving the way you communicate, share information, and receive feedback from the communities you regulate.