A City-level Digital Twin Experiment – Understanding the Future of Journeys to Work in the Cambridge Sub-region

Funded by the Centre for Digital Built Britain In 2016 there are 38% more people in work in the UK but 20% fewer commuting journeys per person per week than back in the mid-1990. This trend has often been attributed to a wide range of transformations regarding the nature of employment such as more part-time […]

Digital Cities for Change

Funded by the Ove Arup Foundation, this project aims to uncover the relationship between the operation and management of infrastructure systems and the city-level outcomes for the citizens and economy Background The challenges facing modern cities are complex, and cut across many traditional disciplines. However, those working in this area are ill equipped to develop […]