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The KIC-Transitions project aims to develop a framework for visualisation of urban analysis and planning scenarios, to support complex climate-related decision making processes.

These frameworks will be used by communities and stakeholders as a basis for specific planning purposes such as monitoring, evaluating and designing cities from block to regional scales.

For this project, the University is leading a consortium of eight large companies including industry giants IBM and ESRI, the powerhouse university ETH Zurich and local company GreenHill Sustainability founded by Birmingham entrepreneur Siobhan Hill.

This project builds on the work done during the EPIC project; many of the plug-and-play standards established in that project will be developed for KIC-Transitions.

Find out more about our KIC-Transitions project.