As our global population scales to what could one day reach 10 billion people, a new vision of community, prosperity, and urbanism is long overdue. How should we adapt the traditional urban planning process to solve for stronger cities and communities as we enter the age of big data?
The Internet of Things and Big Data are making cities in many ways conscious; they are more and more self-adjusting, homeostatic, and autonomous. In this framework UrbanFootprint changes the way cities can think about themselves. It enables self-awareness (dynamic data), articulates expectations and goals (scenarios), allows reflection (analysis of outcomes), and generates insights (patterns of co-benefits).
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