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Place-based Decision Intelligence

Navigate Decision Complexity. Faster.​

Enabling net zero, decarbonisation and climate resilience decision makers navigate complexity and quickly sift and prioritise possible interventions – up to 80% faster​

Local Authorities

Connect policy to action by rapidly evaluating the impact and value add of your net zero and climate resilience options

Sustainability Consultants

Deliver digital innovation to your customers, extend your competitive differentiation, productise your IP and increase internal productivity

Owners & Developers

Use data-based approaches to evaluate your property and estate portfolio’s pathways to net zero and assess its climate resilience

Meet Compass: Engine™

A place-based digital twin for better, faster, lower cost decision making

A place-based digital twin-as-a-service for rapid intervention assessment that delivers better insight up to 80% faster and at lower cost.

  • Populated with the data you need
  • Embedded analytics and co-simulation for a system level perspective
  • Rapid scenario evaluation and trade-off assessment
See how organisations like North Northamptonshire Council are using Compass: Engine™ to accelerate their journey to net zero

See Compass: Engine™ in Action

Learn More About Compass: Engine™

Access all the data you need at your fingertips

Populated with the data you need, flexible to add your own. Core data includes census, land and building use, mobility networks, energy systems, building energy certificates and more

Get a holistic, system level perspective

Embedded carbon conversion factors combined with co-simulation engines for mobility and climate events enable rapid evaluation of intervention scenarios and their impact over time

Overcome the data skills gap

Compass: Engine™ is a no-code, automated platform that creates new, accessible and diverse pathways for non-data scientists. Providing limitless opportunities for digital transformation.

Contact us to learn how Compass: Engine™ can accelerate your journey to net zero and build climate resilience

Stephen BlackburnData and Innovation Manager at Leeds City Council
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Digital twins are an important part of Leeds’s open data strategy. Linking and visualising multiple data sources from across the city can provide invaluable insight and lead to improved outcomes for our citizens. *

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Neil HootonAssociate Director at Arup
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Digital twins and simulations are more than just buzzwords, they are vital in helping us visualise data allowing us to build faster, safer, greener and better spaces for everyone.*

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Tim O’CallaghanProject Consultant, Electric Places
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Slingshot Simulations helped us create a place-based digital twin of an entire local authority area, spanning over 1000 km². Their Compass: Engine™ place-based digital twin solution provided us with rapid optioneering, modelling, and simulation capabilities, allowing us to quickly assess the carbon saving and social impacts of new technologies, interventions and behavioural change at a community and area-wide level. The no-code interface made the digital twin platform intuitive and easy to use, even for those without a technical background. Thanks to Slingshot Simulations, we can compare different options and develop evidence-based solutions that are actionable and can be further iterated. Their expertise has been invaluable, and I would highly recommend their services
Dr Jim ParkerReader at Leeds Beckett University
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We’re SUPER excited to be working with the RECLAIM Network Plus to monitor the microclimates and air quality in two small urban parks in Leeds city centre. Our project partners, University of Leeds and Slingshot Simulations Ltd. have been developing a strategic partnership over the last year or so, working on shared interests inn sustainable urban environments and city-scale digital twins. The RECLAIM funding is therefore a great outcome from these shared interests. The collective aim of this work is to characteristic the atmospheric benefits of small urban parks in the context of neighbourhood access and user motivation*

*RECLAIM Network Plus Newsletter (March 2023)