2nd Baltic Urban Lab Workshop: Brownfield regeneration site planning improved with 3D visualization and interactive public participation tools
Urban planners from UBC cities are invited to learn from practical examples of 3D visualization and use of interactive participation tools in urban planning in Baltic Urban Lab Workshop II.
To be able to plan a good city for all users, involvement of public and different stakeholder has become more and more important in urban planning. Technical development and introduction of new digital tools has brought new possibilities to the development of interactive participation tools in the field of urban planning. However, city planners are still asking questions which tools to use and how they should be used.
The focus of the Baltic Urban Lab Workshop II - Brownfield regeneration site planning improved with 3D visualization and interactive public participation tools is to showcase practical examples of how 3D models, visualization tools and other interactive participation tools can be used to support public participation especially in the context of brownfield site planning. The Workshop II will take place in Norrköping, Sweden on June 15th, 2017.
The Baltic Urban Lab partner city Norrköping is one of the leading cities in using 3D models and visualization to involve hard to reach groups in planning. In the workshop Norrköping will introduce their work on developing new technologies and methods in 3D visualization and will showcase how these tools are being used in practice in the context of brownfield site planning. In addition, City of Hyvinkää (FI) will share their experiences on utilizing 3D-platfroms in city development projects.
The state of the art, leading examples and the benefits and challenges 3D solutions bring in urban planning and brownfield development will be discussed in presentations from University of Linköping - a world-leader in visualization and Visual Sweden Initiative.
The event is open and free to anyone interested!
For more information about the event, visit https://www.balticurbanlab.eu/event/2nd-baltic-urban-lab-workshop-1562017!
Baltic Urban Lab project, funded by the Central Baltic Programme improves urban planning by developing and testing new integrated planning and Public-Private-People partnership models for the regeneration of four in Norrköping, Tallinn, Turku and Riga.