Tech Talk: Digital Twins for Urban Planning and Development
Create city-scale digital twins for urban planning and development.
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Timely, clear communication and dialogue during planning saves time, ensures high-quality outcomes, and avoids costly changes late in the planning process.Johan Göransson will present how Helsinki, Stockholm, and Gothenburg efficiently share and communicate urban plans for their cities with citizens and stakeholders.From the creation of the digital twin to the presentation of the projects via a collaborative 3D web platform, see how cities are leveraging city-scale digital twins to make smarter decisions.In this session, learn how to:
- Add real-world digital context with a reality mesh
- Combine and visualize existing data with the reality mesh
- Present your project in a clear and visual way using OpenCities Planner
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