Urban populations are exploding.

Currently at 3.6 Billion people, the global population of cities is expected to reach 6.3 Billion people by 2050.

For cities to cope, huge infrastructure investments are necessary.



A New Era of Smart Cities

City Administrators increasingly understand the need to modernise city systems and infrastructures, but doing so in a smart, efficient and connected manner within current and limited technological parameters is fraught with complexity.

We must not simply create a collection of disparate and isolated systems.

Fresh, joined up thinking and genuinely interoperable technology is imperative.


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Data Fusion for Smart Cities

The Fathym Data & Device Framework is a truly open architecture that can integrate the various information systems, machines, data and people that comprise modern cities.

The Fathym Framework provides the flexibility needed to harmonize a city’s infrastructures and systems into a seamless set of Smart, Connected Services.


Optimizing Urban Mobility

As population growth surges, the number of cars on our roads worldwide is expected to double by 2040.

The challenge of ensuring citizens have affordable, efficient and sustainable transportation is immense. However, by developing smart connected systems, urban planners can minimize congestion and pollution, and reduce maintenance costs.

Having access to real-time, actionable road weather information is an essential component of optimizing urban mobility for road users.

Fathym's WeatherCloud forecasting solution can enhance advanced driver assistance systems, increasing safety and performance by delivering road condition data to the driver or autonomous driving system in real-time. Hyper-local road weather data can be merged with additional data sets, such as traffic or road maintenance data, to optimize routing and reduce travel time.




Advance knowledge of how weather will impact a city’s mission-critical services can save a city millions in reduced overtime hours and better asset management.

The WeatherCloud solution can significantly enhance a city operator’s ability to accurately predict and manage a city’s response to adverse weather.



Prepare city response to adverse weather well in advance


Reduce unnecessary overtime hours for critical city services


Optimize deployment of maintenance equipment and materials


Limit weather-related delays on city transport routes


Increase citizen safety



Severe weather conditions regularly plague energy providers by causing power outages. High winds can also result in much structural damage, downing power lines and casting debris onto buildings, home and vehicles.

Fathym equips energy providers to better deal with these conditions by delivering actionable insights and alerts to predict power outages and more efficiently deploy resources during weather events.

Fathym also works with renewable energy providers to generate real-time, hyper-local information on energy demand and usage.

Fathym utilizes its WeatherMesh environmental monitoring stations and Ground Truth forecasting engine to monitor solar and wind conditions, enabling energy providers to make accurate predictions on the best type of energy source to meet demand at any time.


Prevent Power Outages

Deploy Resources Efficiently

Optimize Energy Source Selection

Increase Energy Grid Efficiency






Fathym operates as a control hub for smart building management, maintenance and facility services.

Accurately monitor building traffic and conditions through unified dashboards. Manage janitorial and other services based on leading weather forecasts. For example, more janitorial services are often needed in heavy rain or snow events. Generate real-time alerts and notifications for cost effective building management and enhanced customer experience.




Manage Building Resources


Integrate Siloed Systems and Services


Minimize Energy and Maintenance Costs


Generate Insights for Optimal Performance


Enhance Occupant Comfort and Productivity