Urban Mobility and Placemaking: Using Digital Tools

Urban spaces are subject to constant change. Urban planning and its infrastructure are complex and characterised by different interests.
In the framework of the research project CapeReviso, we are developing a tool for urban and transport planning in order to achieve an improved and more democratic basis for decisions. The planning- and decision-support tool is developed on the basis of machine learning, urban simulations, sensor networks, spatial network analysis, scenario planning and visualisation in virtual and augmented realities (VR and AR) with a the focus on collaborative design and participatory processes. The evaluation will be conducted directly on site in Living Labs and with the help of digital tools.
Project partners are the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS), the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the Allgemeine Deutsche Fahrrad-Club e. V. (ADFC).

Read more about the CapeReviso project in an article by Christopher Williams (HLRS) and keep up to date on the project website.

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