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Designing Smart Cities through Data-Driven Simulation

Hello Folks! Welcome to issue #11 of TGIC. Every Friday (except for this week, due to technical glitc
Designing Smart Cities through Data-Driven Simulation
By Vignesh Kaushik • Issue #11 • View online
Hello Folks!
Welcome to issue #11 of TGIC. Every Friday (except for this week, due to technical glitches), I curate the top content at the intersection of Design, Computation and Technology and share my discoveries with other enthusiasts around the world.
A number of new tools have emerged to help researchers, urban planners, architects and even citizens to envision the impacts of any urban intervention. This week lets take a look at how we can make our cities smart through data-driven simulation and analysis.
Happy Chinese New Year. 
Until next week,
Vignesh Kaushik, Computational Designer

Urban Simulation Platforms
Video of Land Use and Transportation Simulator using LEGO
Video of Land Use and Transportation Simulator using LEGO
What goes into the urban simulation model? An example from UrbanSim.
What goes into the urban simulation model? An example from UrbanSim.
Gaming for Sustainable Future
And One More Thing..
Global weather conditions forecast by supercomputers updated every three hours
Global weather conditions forecast by supercomputers updated every three hours
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