From left to right: Peter A. Bruck (WSA Chairman), Nibal Idlebi (UN-ESCWA), Natalia Rincon (CEO of CHAOS), Paloma Bautista (COO of CHAOS) on stage receiving the main award. (photo credit: Philipp Benedikt)
MARCH 19, 2019
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Finnish AI Company Becomes Global Champion 2019 in the Category Government & Citizen Engagement according to the World Summit Awards in the framework of United Nations. 

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During the Global Congress Gala in Cascais, Portugal, CHAOS has been acknowledged as the global champion 2019 in the category Government & Citizen Engagement according to the World Summit Awards in the framework of United Nations. 
Among 60+ applications from the member states of the United Nations, CHAOS solution proved to be the leading one that innovates the industry and brings forward urban data and crowd insights for sustainable decision-making on the governmental, city & municipality levels, and on the construction industry level.
WSA Global Champion Award (photo credit Philipp Benedikt)


The WSA Global Congress Cascais focused on the part that digital innovation plays in creating sustainable social change and impact world-wide. One of its goals is to connect forerunning companies leading digital transformation with international thought-leaders, ICT experts and local stakeholders to enable a sustainable and transformative knowledge transfer.

Natalia Rincón, CEO at CHAOS shares: “Receiving this award and acknowledgement means that sustainable and liveable cities are not just the part of the rhetorics of today, but real actions are being made, and the governments and industry players are willing to embrace innovation and integrate digital services into their daily project management. What we are building at CHAOS hasn’t been done before. We are not only integrating data into a platform, but we are making citizens a key ingredient to the development of cities. Through the use of AI, we are able, for the first time, to understand the impact of the decisions made by both the public and private sectors in matters of city development. CHAOS team is honoured to be acknowledged as the global champion in this category and continues to fulfil the UN Sustainable Development Goals within the Smart Cities.”

UN Sustainable Development Goals addressed by CHAOS solution


CHAOS AI Liveability
 is the lean and interactive platform that brings high level urban analytics in a visualised and accessible way. It combines human intelligence with big data to produce urban forecasts and analytics. We help our clients to access and make use out of underlying urban and IoT data, engage citizens, and build future projections. Our goal is to enable you to make data-driven and sustainable city and infrastructure decisions that will serve generations ahead. 

Read official press release by WSA here.

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About CHAOS: CHAOS - the only smart city expert that combines data with human intelligence in one single platform. CHAOS empowers your organisation with urban insights and forecasting for making more sustainable decisions, and managing growth with resilience. CHAOS can be applied to any urban planning projects. Some of our use cases are: Commercial and Real Estate Asset Investment and Development; Infrastructure Development, City & Municipality Project Management; Urban Research. 
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About the WSA: The World Summit Award is a global initiative within the framework of the United Nations World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS). WSA is the only ICT event worldwide, that reaches the mobile community in over 180 countries. Visit us on www.worldsummitawards.org, facebook.com/worldsummitawards, instagram.com/worldsummitawards and twitter.com/WSAoffice, #WSA Media Contact World Summit Awards: Manuela Wagner Network Development & Communications, World Summit Awardsmanuela(at)worldsummitawards.org , +43.660.630408.7  


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