Smart Dublin (Docklands, 2022)

Enhancing Urban Efficiency and Safety: A Case Study of Smart Infrastructure Mapping in Dublin Docklands

Street-level imagery captured by Murphy Geospatial ( was analysed to provide accurate and up-to-date geospatial data about infrastructure elements detected along the roadside.

Link to Smart Dublin blog post:

Traffic Lights, Smart Bins & Storm Drains

A pipeline trained on a dataset of storm drains from the surrounding area produced the following results on 132 detections with 6 false positives:

Quote from research by Google: Of those who either agreed or disagreed with a series of statements about the impact of geospatial services

  • 81% said geospatial services make their organization’s processes and operations more efficient.
  • 90% said their organization has become more environmentally sustainable since implementing geospatial services.

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