System Data Analytics

MOVES and EMFAC Emissions Modeling

Many areas of the country are struggling to attain national ambient air quality standards, develop greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation plans, and address mobile source air toxics (MSAT) that may affect public health. CS brings broad expertise to these issues, partnering with agencies to model emissions and assess strategies for reducing emissions from transportation sources. 

Big Data Analytics

Cambridge Systematics pioneered the development of modeling techniques that make effective use of geospatial data, and is therefore poised to compile, transform, integrate and manage data from disparate sources. Our data integration allows for sound analysis, and we have managed data for some of the nation’s most complex transportation databases.

GIS and Spatial Analysis

Safety, mobility, economic competitiveness, regulatory compliance, and community preservation all depend on access to relevant and accurate data. Geospatial analysis and tools improve the speed and accuracy of decision-making in these areas, turning complex volumes of data into powerfully displayed communications of transportation alternatives. Cambridge Systematics has been perfecting the integration of data analysis and geospatial technology within the transportation domain for more than 20 years.

Project Prioritization and Tradeoff Analysis

Cost-effective asset management is essential for transportation agencies. Cambridge Systematics is recognized nationally for our leadership in this area both for our quantitative, data-driven take on asset management, and for our qualitative ability to align spending with policies. We blend our knowledge of data and its governance, organizations, software and systems, GIS, and information technology to pull together a complete picture of an agency’s current state. We understand the best practices and can help guide organizations in this direction.