We develop tailor-made solutions for visualizing and communicating design scenarios and simulation results.
The CIL has developed an AR-based and AI-powered urban planning environment to design and analyse building blocks.
InFraReD uses state of the art ML models, trained with large simulation datasets to provide real-time performance feedback.
Together with LINK Architecture we tested a workflow combining a generative urban model with assessment models …
We are excited to announce the launch of our AI accelerated wind flow simulation with our partners at Giraffe technologies.
The main purpose of this study is to explore the potential of social media geotagged data for better understanding …
This post introduces a prototype for a user-friendly, responsive toolbox for spatial accessibility analysis …
In a joint project with the World Bank, Superwien Architects and the Austrian Institute of Technology.
This post outlines the potential application of the framework “Integrated Framework for Spatial Accessibility Analysis”.
This post shows the set-up and process of optimizing a simple parametric design for an neighborhood.
Machine Learning can bring the world of CFD and wind flow assessment into the realm of iterative evaluation …
Performance optimization studies have considerable demands in time and effort but real time performance feedback …
We introduce a Spatial Resilience Tool (SRTF) to integrate flooding related aspects into the planning process.
The main purpose of accessibility analysis tool is creating visualizations of accessibility for cities, using calculations …
Computational modeling allows to rapidly design districts that integrate a multitude of aspects (eg. climate).
An adaptive master plan script allows to change ruling parameters in a later stage and modify the geometry in real time …
Interactive web mapping is shown for a district in Singapore and it’s potential of visualisation of urban data and simulation.
The ATTRACTIVENESS CALCULATOR enables an estimation of the attractivity of different regions based on spatial data.
The Photovoltaics (PV) Potential Calculator enables to calculate the PV-Potential by the user with 4 simple steps.
A tool to simulate urban expansion triggered by increased urbanisation tendencies and estimate costs.
An online toolbox that invites citizens to transform parking places into parklets -green areas or sitting places for the city.
In order to interact with the 3D model, a fairly recent version of any web browser supporting WebGL is required.
Project smarticipate’s aim is to develop a web-platform which can be used as a participatory citizen dialogue system.