The implementation of the system varies from city to city, and City Cos® does technical analyses to determine its viability.
1 — Reduces getting lost (63% of those surveyed);
2 — Increases security, as insecurity is experienced by those lost. Consequently the city’s reputation improves and the city’s tourism and economy flourishes;
3 — Urban planning (public security, health services, urban cleaning, mobility and transport, housing and heritage, tourist routes, etc.);
4 — Autonomous use by blind and deaf-mute people, among others;
5 — Assists tourists who don’t speak the local language;
6 — Supports children and adults with limited vocabulary to allow them to quickly communicate their location;
7 — Improves ecological behaviour by reducing materials and resources;
8 — Motivates mental exercise, instead of delegating this to the digital. The brain becomes the technology — the technology becomes biological.
Consult us to partner in implementing the City Cos® system in your city.
|Positioning via satellite (GPS)||City Cos® (“HUMAN GPS”)|
|Smartphone with digital map||Required||Signage required, works with paper or digital maps, but also without maps.|
|Charged battery||Required||Not required|
|Data reception, Wi-Fi, roaming||Required||Not required|
|Security — unsafe in certain cities to use smartphones in the street
|Comfort — in cold cities it is necessary to use appropriate gloves to use a smartphone||Required||Not required|