“With people feeling the heat of climate breakdown and the government planning to create sustainable cities that provide a decent quality of life to citizens, it is essential to use smart technological tools to cope with environmental hazards.
Smart cities aim to incorporate climate-resilient infrastructure by instilling technology add-ons that enhance convenience and aid in governance.
Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), along with location or spatial intelligence, can help develop public spaces with a holistic approach to environmental preservation, good governance, assets management, public safety and health, transportation, as well as preservation of an area’s cultural heritage.
AR is crucial for all future spatial planning projects because it provides context utilising, which we learn and adapt to better models. It puts problems to scale and allows the cumulation of perspective and healthy discussions on complex issues to survive…”