Urban Digital Twins to Face Real-Time Challenges

Amidst digital transformation, Urban Digital Twins rise as potent tools for proactive urban solutions. These virtual replicas offer a holistic view of the city’s functioning, empowering informed decision-making. Despite its potential in optimizing operations, ensuring sustainability, and fostering participation, concerns for data privacy and inclusivity loom. Can cities navigate this virtual realm while building people-centric urban environments?

Pablo Martínez, co-founder of 300.000 km/s, participated as a speaker at the Urban Digital Twins to Face Real-Time Challenges session at the Enabling Technologies stage, within the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona, where he shared some examples of urban digital twins that provide data about the experience citizens have of their cities.

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