Digital twinning for urban evaluation: the cases of Belval and Manchester

Digital twins attract significant interest in urban research. Public and private stakeholders show strong expectations about how, by engaging in new technologies, sensors, data and models that interact in real-time with citizens, the functioning of cities can be improved. Recurring use cases are trip routing, air pollution and health-related information or improvement of urban infrastructures. … Continue reading Digital twinning for urban evaluation: the cases of Belval and Manchester