CHICAGO, IL, July 10, 2018 -- Cityzenith, creators of the award-winning Smart World Pro™ universal 3D data platform for the real estate industry, announced today that the company has become a special sponsor of the Digital Cities Initiative at the Global Projects Center at Stanford University.
Stanford researchers from multiple departments will enjoy full access to Cityzenith’s SmartWorldPro™ 3D digital twin platform to build artificial intelligence and machine learning applications leveraging the platform’s over 250,000,000 data records and suite of advanced features. AI analytics developed by Stanford researchers will generate novel predictions about a wide range of urban and campus activities, from operations to resident satisfaction to real estate transactions and ROI value flows analysis, and then visualize and analyze the results intuitively in Cityzenith’s Smart World Pro 3D city model environments.
The announcement comes on the eve of the launch of the company’s Mapalyze suite of analytics tools, scheduled for release later this summer. Mapalyze is an App Store of AI, ML and other analytics tools developed by best-in-class researchers from the world’s leading companies and institutions. Mapalyze app functions include Big Data/AI/ML-driven computational analytics tools that simulate microclimate impact, and spatial tools that perform line-of-sight, shadow, and zoning analysis. Apps developed by Stanford researchers will initially focus on ROI use cases for Property Owners and Property Managers.
For more more information about how to become a Mapalyze App Developer, contact James Fee (firstname.lastname@example.org).