MAKING DATA OPEN AND ACCESSIBLE
The 'Circularity Hub' will be an open information platform for disseminating data, lessons learned, best practices and key indicators gathered over the duration of CIRCuIT.
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A platform for urban planners, developers and contractors to share methodologies, experiences and best practices in circular construction as well as a list of certified reused products and materials.
A city-wide view of the built environment, providing analyses based on combined relevant data from the 'Mapping the data' focus area. It will also include a Space Monitoring Service, an infrastructure enabling quick automated analysis of satellite imagery pertaining to the partner cities.
A visualisation of data and circularity indicators gathered and developed from the 'Mapping the data' focus area, to give decision makers and urban planners an instrument for performance evaluation for each city or area.
The Material Reuse Portal brings together information on construction materials that are available for reuse. It is designed to grow as more material data sources are added, including from demolition sites or new online marketplaces.
A platform demonstrating how 3D technologies, such as CAD/CAM models and virtual and augmented reality applications, can be used to engage citizens in the planning phase of construction and to become more involved with their local built environment.