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#SmartDarwin City Intelligence Dashboard

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The #SmartDarwin City Intelligence dashboard is the central hub to display data that City of Darwin has collected using smart devices. 


  • LED smart streetlights
  • Wi-Fi access points in the CBD
  • CCTV cameras in CBD
  • Smart parking in-ground sensors
  • Microclimate and environmental monitoring systems

View Dashboard

These smart devices were installed as part of the Switching on Darwin Project*

Data from the environmental, parking, smart streetlights and Wi-Fi devices can be viewed on the dashboard. This enables citizens and City of Darwin to discover insights and make informed decisions. City of Darwin hopes to introduce new device integrations in the future, as well as make enhancements to the current dashboard pages.

Where does the data come from?

Each of the smart devices regularly reports data to its native platform. From there, data is extracted into the City Intelligence Platform for analysis.

Who owns the data?

As the owners of the smart devices, City of Darwin also owns the reported data.

Where is the data stored?

Each smart devices reports data to its native platform. These are hosted with cloud-based services in Australia.

Can I get access to the raw data?

This can be arranged on a case-by-case basis.  Please email with your request.

Supported Web Browsers

To get the best experience of Smart Darwin City intelligence platform (beta version) we recommend using one of our supported web browsers: latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Edge.

If you use an unsupported browser you may experience problems accessing the website, the Smart Darwin City intelligence platform (beta version) does not support mobile devices at this stage and we recommend using desktops for better viewing experience. If you do experience a technical problem with the dashboard Please email

DISCLAIMER: The data used to compile air quality, temperature, humidity and noise information comes directly from a range of environmental sensors and may not have undergone a preliminary quality check.  The user is advised and needs to be aware that such information may be incomplete or unable to be used in any specific situation. No reliance or actions must therefore be made on that information without seeking prior expert professional, scientific and technical advice.

*Switching on Darwin was funded by The Australian Government, Northern Territory Government and City of Darwin

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