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How Technology Empowers Data-Driven Urban Planning?

Hello Folks! With the help of big data and analytics, urban planners can now use simulations to antic
How Technology Empowers Data-Driven Urban Planning?
By Vignesh Kaushik • Issue #23 • View online
Hello Folks!
With the help of big data and analytics, urban planners can now use simulations to anticipate the impact of urban development programs. Simulation allows planners to anticipate cascading effects across urban systems from water management to energy and waste management to parking. Simulations are an important bridge between theory and experiment: without affecting real-world situations, designers can predict the outcome of interventions across a range of scenario specifications. Simulations have thus become an indispensable tool for urban planners.
This week, let’s have a look at some new simulation technologies that have emerged to help urban planners & city administrators make informed decisions using data.
Until next week,
Vignesh Kaushik, Computational BIM Specialist
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Data-Driven Decision Making
A sneak peek into the future of planning and zoning
A sneak peek into the future of planning and zoning
Empowering Urban Planners with ideas from Government, Industry and Community
Empowering Urban Planners with ideas from Government, Industry and Community
Data-Driven Simulation & Analysis
It’s a sophisticated system that’s already in place; it just needs to be activated
It’s a sophisticated system that’s already in place; it just needs to be activated
Reengineering streets works
Reengineering streets works
Energy Demand Analysis For Urban Planners
Energy Demand Analysis For Urban Planners
A screenshot of the Doppelgänger tool applied to a census tract in California
A screenshot of the Doppelgänger tool applied to a census tract in California
One More Thing...
Open to full-time Students from tertiary institutions in any part of the World
Open to full-time Students from tertiary institutions in any part of the World
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