From top-down land use planning intelligence to bottom-up stakeholder engagement for smart cities - a case study: DECUMANUS service products

  title={From top-down land use planning intelligence to bottom-up stakeholder engagement for smart cities - a case study: DECUMANUS service products},
  author={David Ludlow and Zaheer Abbas Khan and Kamran Soomro and Mattia Marconcini and Roberto San Jos{\'e} and Philippe Malcorps and Maria Lemper and Juan Luis Perez and Annekatrin Metz},
  journal={Int. J. Serv. Technol. Manag.},
Intelligence delivered by earth observation (EO) satellites performs a vital role in supporting ICT enabled urban governance, and the creation of decision making tools delivering integrated urban planning. This paper reviews the DECUMANUS project experience, detailing the development of the EO derived tools, and evaluating the service products that facilitate the deployment of top-down expertise in land use planning. The central purpose of the paper is to assess the potential for use of these… 

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