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Today, 4.5 billion people live in cities, and 1.6 million more are projected to move to cities each week.

THE GOOD NEWS is that technological advances will one day allow urban centers to provide more services for more people with far less negative environmental and social impact.

THE BAD NEWS is that cities have struggled to harness the information needed to bridge the gap between the past, present, and future.

We leverage data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to find the solution.

city buildings
people crossing the street

By aggregating and analyzing a wide array of information sources, Camber is able to glean hidden insights in transportation infrastructure and utility use. With this we can help cities

reduce waste, improve mobility, and limit carbon emissions.

And we do so without the time and cost of installing sensors or commissioning long-term studies.

traffic on the road at night traffic lines

At Camber, we’re applying this enormous wealth of information to help state and local governments build more livable cities for more sustainable societies.

With robust international capacity and the ability to operate with more than ten languages – including Spanish, Russian, Arabic, and Chinese –

Camber Systems applies an urban services platform to evaluate the various challenges faced by cities around the world, analyzing commonalities and disparities, for state of the art management and collaboration.

from Istanbul

Cities around the world - Istanbul

to Washington D.C

Cities around the world - Washington D.C.

and Riyadh

Cities around the world - Riyadh

to Hong Kong

Cities around the world - Hong Kong

We build a global suite of lessons learned and best practices in everyday urban management;

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data connecting roads and highways data connecting cities data connecting buildings
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