The result is ‘Transforming the digital architecture of planning’, our white paper, which is a critique of the planning software in use today and presents a pathway to a more open, innovative and interoperable planning software and PlanTech landscape.
Transforming the digital architecture of planning
Software used today by public sector urban planners is a jumble of proprietary tools that complicate tasks and reduce productivity. New PlanTech tools have started to emerge in an attempt to break this mould and the entire planning software sector is ripe for innovation.
The Digital Planning and Data Science teams at Connected Places Catapult have investigated what Transforming the Digital Architecture of Planning and PlanTech innovation future might look like.
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