Numina delivers real-time insights from streets to make cities more responsive.

Our standalone sensing and data platform uses computer vision to generate unprecedented flow data about bicyclists, pedestrians, wheelchairs, vehicles, animals, trash, and other objects in streets. We partner with city governments, real estate developers, and mobility companies to mount our sensors to light poles, and give planners critical data for designing more walkable, bikeable, efficient, and equitable places. With the deepest well of data from the public right-of-way, Numina enables urban automation and provides this intelligence as a utility to companies in mobility, insurance, real estate, market research, and more. Today, Numina works in communities of all sizes, across 4 continents.

Numina has been serving planners and cities since 2014, in projects supported by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Clinton Foundation, and Health 2.0. Numina's investors include betaworks, Shasta Ventures, Elemental Excelerator, MINI BMW, 500 Startups, and 37Angels.