IDDIGO: Storage, management and analysis of the behavior of cities

IDDIGO: Storage, management and analysis of the behavior of cities

IDDIGO is an online platform for the storage, management and analysis of behavior and performance indicators of Spanish cities. This platform has more than 800 urban indicators, which are increasing, and uses technologies such as machine learning and artificial intelligence.

From this 2022 Ingartek have joined as allies of IdenCity in the commercialization of IDDIGO, with the aim of showing our clients all the tools that this digital platform offers for the analysis of cities and municipalities in our environment.

Multiple tools at your disposal in the city

IDDIGO, in addition to offering storage, management and analysis of the behavior of multiple cities and municipalities, puts at your disposal a lot of tools that will help you promote sustainable urban mobility.

Thus, among other options, IDDIGO helps you to:

  • Observe and compare the performance of your city or municipalities on issues such as mobility, competitiveness and sustainability.
  • Monitor the performance of municipalities. For example, how close you are to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
  • Use performance indicators at the urban level that facilitate decision-making processes.
  • Predict and simulate the behavior of cities and municipalities in the future.

In the following video you can see the video of the webinar that Ingartek and IdenCity carried out jointly for the presentation of IDDIGO, in which Udane Ansa, Civil Engineer at Ingartek; Javier Serra, CEO of IdenCity; and Andreina Seijas, Director of Marketing and Communication at IDDIGO, took part

If you have any questions or need more information about the platform, you can contact Ingartek. We will be happy to help you.

Puedes ver el webinar al completo aquí:


Do you have a project or idea? Contact us…

    First Name (*)

    (*) I accept the Privacy Policy

    (*) Compulsory fields

    Descárgate GRATIS nuestra guía para hacer una microsimulación de tráfico: