We pledge to help our most polluted urban centres become carbon neutral, by donating the company’s Digital Twin platform SmartWorldPro2 to key cities, one at a time.

Cities produce more than 70%* of the earth’s greenhouse gases, but the use of cutting-edge data and AI will change this dramatically.

“The world’s top 100 most-polluting cities produce 18% of global urban emissions and we will meet this challenge head-on, by going right to the biggest contributors first. As one megacity reaps the benefits, so others and governments will follow their example. What works for one will work for all. That is the beauty of SmartWorldPro2."

- Michael Jansen, CEO of Cityzenith
*UNHabitat - https://unhabitat.org/topic/climate-change
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Invest in Cityzenith and become part of helping cities across the world become carbon neutral. We pledge to use a portion of your investment to donate advanced Digital Twin models to the world’s most polluting cities, one at a time, to help cities everywhere go carbon neutral and get clean.

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FAQs

Here’s answers to our most common questions about our pledge

What is a Digital Twin?

Digital Twins are 3D virtual replicas of buildings, infrastructure, and other physical assets connected to the data in and around them. Digital Twins are used primarily to optimize performance and predict and visualize future outcomes across functional areas in cities like maintenance, energy consumption, space utilization, traffic management, and public safety.

How will you decide which cities receive the digital twin technology for free?

As part of the campaign pledge people can register interest on behalf of the cities where they live. We are also talking to organizations keen to solve this problem, such as the Global Compact of Mayors, the District 2030 program, and consulting firms dedicated to providing energy transition services to cities. We will also reach out to certain cities well-positioned to help advance the agenda sooner and with greater impact.

Will cities receive it for free permanently?

The initial license will be for three years. Within the three years, we have a goal to sign up 100 cities. When we achieve that goal, we will provide our software solution to those 100+ cities for free perpetually.

Will they pay for related services as part of the agreement?

Cityzenith will provide a Digital Twin model of all or most of the city, integrated with relevant data sources ranging from public data portals, IoT sensors, GIS layers, and others.

Cities will not pay us for any application development related to strengthening climate resilience, reducing carbon consumption, or other sustainability functions. However, these applications may be jointly developed with the participating cities, and later provided free to all participating cities.

Encouragingly, city leaders are saying they would like to develop on top of this platform, using internal resources and local university institutions that support them. Within one or two years, we will have gleaned the best climate resilience practices from multiple cities, combining them into reusable applications for downloading by any urban area, to accelerate their progress towards carbon neutrality.

How many cities do you expect to donate to?

We will start with one, and then donate to up to 10 cities initially. We think it is important to establish consensus among a few cities first. We did this previously with San Francisco, Barcelona, and Amsterdam. Some of the conclusions of those early engagements resulted in the product that we have today.

Which city will be first?

We are talking to five cities and expect to announce the first city by the end of the year. Interested cities should contact us at info@cityzenith.com

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