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Film: Information visualization in urban 3D-models

A new video has been released as part of the Miljövis II project – part of the DTCC Milestone Project Twinable. The transdisciplinary project MiljöVis II aims to further develop and scale up new methods and solutions for 3D-visualization of invisible data (air, sound, and social consequences) in large scale infrastructure models, developed in an earlier project (MiljöVis I). 

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Pedestrian movement modeling crucial for urban planning

Urban design is evolving, and sustainability and inclusivity is now on the agenda. Pedestrian movement is an important part of it, and with the contribution of effective modeling of pedestrian flows, urban planning can promote sustainable mobility, reduce carbon emissions, enhance public health, and foster social cohesion. Within DTCC, the milestone project Crowd Movement has been working to link macroscale and microscale simulations to predict pedestrian movement flows. The project has now released its first research report.

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