Graphical displays of data have been with us since the 1700s, according to visualization guru Edward Tufte. People are visual creatures, so if we want to really understand a set of data, it’s of great value to be able to see points of comparison, say in a timeline, graph or diagram. This is even more critical as the volume of data gets bigger and the nature of the data becomes more varied. More...

Today’s cities are facing significant challenges due to population growth, shrinking budgets and rising citizen expectations, among other factors. In response, they are launching transformation programs designed to improve citizen services and increase resource efficiency. More...

When we start a discussion about what a future city should look like, two concepts often come up – sustainability and resilience. Sometimes these terms are confused; and other times they are oversimplified. So, I wanted to clarify their meaning and importance to future cities. Sustainability More...

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