Mapping of government provided services, Nashville, USA

In February 2018, the city of Nashville launched the NashView. This is an interactive smart map displaying governmental services (e.g. libraries, parks, schools, recycling centers, fire and police stations, etc.

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Visualisation of road collisions: Crashmap

The CrashMap website visualises data on crashes that occured on reads in the UK. Data is available from 1999 until today. A user can view more details about “collision locations, dates, times, and the number of casualties and vehicles associated.” This is the free version. The paid version of the service provides more details.


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Visualising open data: Illustreets

The first Illustreets web app “Where to live in London” was launched in September 2013. It used open data in order to create dynamic visualisations of information and explore particular areas of England. The range of information included average property prices and rents, schools, public transport, census data and crime rates.

The company continues developing tools and apps based on open data, e.g.:
– Grow London, a promotional initiative seeking to pormote London for investments;
Geomatrix, an online SaaS solution helping to perform predictive analytics for retailers with regards to market size, expansion strategy;
Integration Hub, is a tool stimulating UK’s ethnic integration.

– Company site:

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Swish, a Swedish mobile payment solution, is a brand #3

YouGov brandindex names Swish, a Swedish mobile payment solution, between the three strongest brands. Survey was implemented between 1 of July, 2018 and 30 of July, 2019. 300 brands were evaluated using different criteria including value for money, general impression, customer satisfaction, etc.



MobilePay is more popular than Facebook in Denmark

Results of a new research by Audience Project showed that Danish mobile payment solution is the most popular app among Danish population and its populatiry beats the popularity of Facebook for the first time! (see page 22-24 in the attached report)

MobilePay the most popular app
page 22-24 from Audience Project

A general finding is continuos popularity of financial apps in the Nordics.

Source: Audience Project