publication . Conference object . Other literature type . 2019

Evidence-informed decisionmaking in multi-stakeholder settings: The case of city digital twins for planning and management

Nochta, Timea; Badstuber, Nicole Elizabeth; Wan, Li;
Open Access English
  • Published: 13 May 2019
Abstract
This paper shares initial findings on how data, modelling and evidence is used to inform decision making in the Cambridge city region, UK. It discusses fragmentation of governance across the vertical, horizontal and sectoral/systemic dimensions, as well as the impact of this fragmentation on data collection, access and evidence formation and its use along the decisionmaking process. The investigation is framed by how city digital twins, the latest evolution of urban analytics, could and should be designed and implemented in order to help overcome fragmentation of data and governance. The findings inform the development of a city digital twin prototype for the Ca...
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free text keywords: urban governance, urban modelling, planning, city digital twin
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publication . Conference object . Other literature type . 2019

Evidence-informed decisionmaking in multi-stakeholder settings: The case of city digital twins for planning and management

Nochta, Timea; Badstuber, Nicole Elizabeth; Wan, Li;