Insights | Event | Smart City & Buildings 2020

September 10, 2018

In order to reach clean and low-carbon future in cities, buildings need to become a proactive part of the urban environment. What this means is that they need to be highly efficient and allow for flexibility in their operations. All this requires new level of integrati...

City planning sets the long-term framework and goals for the development of the built environment for the coming decades. The urban planners’ work is challenging, as they should be able to assess now how to build our future living environment and what it will be like....

When your car moves without a driver, it suddenly begins to feel like a human and you even start talking to it. Will self-driving vehicles soon become part of everyday life? Will we be hopping into robot cars in the near future?

In May, VTT organised a customer event, w...

“Theme digitalisation” blog series offers now Olli Kuusisto’s and Anu Seisto’s views on user-centricity. Read also the previous digitalisation posts: Physical product or digital service? and How to navigate successfully through the digital transformation.

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The UN Habitat New Urban Agenda was released a few weeks in Quito, Equador. The task to write a new urban agenda has not been easy, given that pre-conditions and interests are different in different UN countries. At the same time, there is an urgent need to act in favo...

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