- Client name(s):
- Camber Systems
- Partner name(s):
- Delivery Date:
- April 28, 2020
Camber wanted to improve their mobility data visualizations to ensure city health officials, scientists, and journalists have reliable, privacy-protected data as they shape critical logistics decisions, infrastructure and resource allocations, and healthcare policies in the fight against COVID-19.
COVID-19 created crises on every scale, and problems would only compound over time if policymakers waited for a vaccine to relieve them. But there’s an empirical way to minimize damage and maximize recovery.
Camber’s data analytics aid in this effort by:
Informing decisions about where to put resources
Indicating where to increase social distancing measures
Revealing where it’s safe to to reopen businesses and/or schools
Tracking the efficacy of new policies
Contact tracing alone wasn’t enough to understand how a pandemic is evolving. Their team could use location data for tracing infections and disease surveillance, so they sought to contextualize location data in a unique way—by tracking not just how far people travel but also how predictable their movement is.
We helped Camber present this information to decision makers by designing, developing, and deploying an updated design system as quickly as possible.