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Using 3D Mapping to Plan More Sustainable Cities

For the first time large and complex 3D multi-level pedestrian-built environment like Sheung Wan to Wan Chai in Hong Kong are amenable to walkability predictive analysis.

3D indoor and outdoor pedestrian paths from Sheung Wan to Admiralty, the world most complex and dense 3D built environment

3D indoor and outdoor pedestrian paths from Sheung Wan to Admiralty, the world most complex and dense 3D built environment

sDNA 3D analysis of the government proposal for the Harbourfront masterplan (from Sheung Wan to Admiralty), showing 3D indoor and outdoor principal pedestrian paths (principal in red and orange to secondary yellow and minor in green and blue tones)

sDNA 3D analysis of the government proposal for the Harbourfront masterplan (from Sheung Wan to Admiralty), showing 3D indoor and outdoor principal pedestrian paths (principal in red and orange to secondary yellow and minor in green and blue tones)

sDNA 3D analysis of the government proposal for the Harbourfront masterplan (IFC area focus), showing 3D indoor and outdoor principal pedestrian paths from red to blue

sDNA 3D analysis of the government proposal for the Harbourfront masterplan (IFC area focus), showing 3D indoor and outdoor principal pedestrian paths from red to blue

Mr Alain Chiaradia (left) and Mr Paul Zimmerman, Board Member of Civic Exchange, discussing the 3D pedestrian network map created by the Spatial Design Network Analysis (sDNA) [Photo from KE Video “Making Our City More Walkable for All” (https://www.ke.hku.hk/story/video/making-our-city-more-walkable-for-all)]

Mr Alain Chiaradia (left) and Mr Paul Zimmerman, Board Member of Civic Exchange, discussing the 3D pedestrian network map created by the Spatial Design Network Analysis (sDNA) [Photo from KE Video “Making Our City More Walkable for All” (https://www.ke.hku.hk/story/video/making-our-city-more-walkable-for-all)]

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