Participatory governance in smart cities: the urbanAPI case study

@article{Soomro2017ParticipatoryGI,
  title={Participatory governance in smart cities: the urbanAPI case study},
  author={Kamran Soomro and Zaheer Abbas Khan and David Ludlow},
  journal={Int. J. Serv. Technol. Manag.},
  year={2017},
  volume={23},
  pages={419-444}
}
This paper presents some results from an EU FP7 RTD project urbanAPI, in which three ICT applications target different aspects of participatory urban governance. The 3D Scenario Creator allows urban planners to visualise urban development proposals in three dimensions, share them with different stakeholders and obtain their feedback. The Mobility Explorer allows urban land use and transport planners to visualise and analyse population distribution and mobility patterns in the city. Finally, the… 

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