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"Kesk-Läänemere piiriülese koostöö programm" projekt TRU18030
TRU18030 (14.5.2018 1/26 ) "Kaasav planeerimine ning integreeritud ja paindlik linnakorraldus (31.12.2017−28.02.2021)", Helen Sooväli-Sepping, Tallinna Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste instituut, Maastiku ja kultuuri keskus.
14.5.2018 1/26
TRU18030
Kaasav planeerimine ning integreeritud ja paindlik linnakorraldus
Visionary, Participatory Planning and Integrated Management for Resilient Cities
Visionary, Participatory Planning and Integrated Management for Resilient Cities
CB604 Augmented Urbans
31.12.2017
28.02.2021
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
Kesk-Läänemere piiriülese koostöö programm
ETIS klassifikaatorAlamvaldkondCERCS klassifikaatorFrascati Manual’i klassifikaatorProtsent
1. Bio- ja keskkonnateadused1.8. Keskkonnaseisundit ja keskkonnakaitset hõlmavad uuringudT270 Keskkonnatehnoloogia, reostuskontroll1.5 Maateadused ja nendega seotud keskkonnateadused20,0
1. Bio- ja keskkonnateadused1.10. Geograafia ja regionaaluuringudS230 Sotsiaalne geograafia1.5 Maateadused ja nendega seotud keskkonnateadused60,0
1. Bio- ja keskkonnateadused1.11. Keskkonnapoliitika, keskkonnamajandus, keskkonnaõigusS240 Linna ja maa planeerimine5.9 Teised sotsiaalteadused20,0
PerioodSumma
01.01.2019−31.12.201922 950,00 EUR
01.01.2020−31.12.202030 600,00 EUR
01.01.2021−28.02.202152 096,00 EUR
105 646,00 EUR

Augmented Urbans (AU) refers to strengthening the integration of three aspects in urban planning: timeframe, participation and technology. It improves stakeholder participation and linkage between the long-term visions and short-term actions in the cities for enhancing urban resilience. For this, new extended reality technologies (XR; including AR, VR & MR) are explored and utilised as tools as they hold great potential for supporting urban planning processes in guiding discussions, and providing immersive scenarios. The CB region obtains high level expertise in these. Cities have identified need for better integrated participatory urban management and bridging their long term visions and objectives into practical urban development actions. In response, the AU provides a cross-border collaboration platform for CB cities addressing integrated urban planning for resilience-building in multiple local contexts, and gathering experience-based knowledge needed to make the region a frontrunner in novel urban development strategies. In AU, planners from different cities are co-developing for better integrated urban management process while working on local plans (engagement of planners and experts visible in the budget). A shared Matrix of indicators for urban resilience is co-developed and new technologies aid in creating a space for interaction between city officials and local actors. On practical level, Local Actions to create urban plans are run in each city with two iterations and supported by a multidisciplinary Advisory Board. The context, objectives and findings of each round are co-defined and shared in inter-regional Planners Forum events. Cities have an opportunity to adopt methods from their peers planning and implementation cases to streamline the response to emerging common challenges. Five integrated urban management plans are developed, aiding the CB to move towards more resilient and sustainable. Gained insights are shared via existing networks.
Augmented Urbans (AU) refers to strengthening the integration of three aspects in urban planning: timeframe, participation and technology. It improves stakeholder participation and linkage between the long-term visions and short-term actions in the cities for enhancing urban resilience. For this, new extended reality technologies (XR; including AR, VR & MR) are explored and utilised as tools as they hold great potential for supporting urban planning processes in guiding discussions, and providing immersive scenarios. The CB region obtains high level expertise in these. Cities have identified need for better integrated participatory urban management and bridging their long term visions and objectives into practical urban development actions. In response, the AU provides a cross-border collaboration platform for CB cities addressing integrated urban planning for resilience-building in multiple local contexts, and gathering experience-based knowledge needed to make the region a frontrunner in novel urban development strategies. In AU, planners from different cities are co-developing for better integrated urban management process while working on local plans (engagement of planners and experts visible in the budget). A shared Matrix of indicators for urban resilience is co-developed and new technologies aid in creating a space for interaction between city officials and local actors. On practical level, Local Actions to create urban plans are run in each city with two iterations and supported by a multidisciplinary Advisory Board. The context, objectives and findings of each round are co-defined and shared in inter-regional Planners Forum events. Cities have an opportunity to adopt methods from their peers planning and implementation cases to streamline the response to emerging common challenges. Five integrated urban management plans are developed, aiding the CB to move towards more resilient and sustainable. Gained insights are shared via existing networks.
KirjeldusProtsent
Rakendusuuring100,0
AsutusRollRiikTüüpKommentaar
Viimsi VallavalitsuspartnerEesti Vabariikmuu
City of Helsinki (Finland)partnerSoome Vabariikmuu
Metropolia University of Applied Sciences (Finland) koordinaatorSoome Vabariikülikool
Municipality of Cesis (Latvia)partnerLäti Vabariikmuu
Riga Planning Region (Latvia)partnerLäti Vabariikmuu
Stockholm University (Sweden)partnerRootsi Kuningriikülikool
Tallinna Linnaplaneerimise Amet partnerEesti Vabariikmuu
The Gävle Homestead (Sweden)partnerRootsi Kuningriikmuu
University of Gävle (Sweden)partnerRootsi Kuningriikülikool