Urban Planning

Simply perform computations and drawings in a realistic 3D world, experiment together with stakeholders towards solutions.

The Tygron Platform makes it easy to create a realistic 3D world of your project area based on data and computing models. Goals such as housing tasks and parking tasks can be entered, and also zoning plans and local by-laws such as sound level impact on the walls.

In this 3D world, you can do experiments on plans together with stakeholders. You will receive immediate feedback to the set goals and standards.

This is how the Tygron Geodesign Platform is used for urban planning

“In an impact test with regard to the Environmental Act, topics from the Environmental Vision or an Environmental Plan is reviewed against real cases. The goal is to test whether the intended vision effectively works as soon as the Environmental Act comes into force. The city of Noordwijk asked Tygron to look after all the specific aspects and the effects of the impact-test workshop.”

“Adam Lubinsky, a principal with the New York design firm WXY Studio, helped develop sessions in Westchester with the Tygron Platform as a search for new terms of debate. The software and role-play sessions brought forth findings that would otherwise lay hidden for months. “You’re able to change setbacks by five or 10 feet and automatically see what that means at scale”

“By allowing the audience to partake in rounds of game simulation, it provided us a first-hand look at how serious games can be used to work around real-life problems. It presented a compelling case for the continued use of such games to increase collaboration and debate between stakeholders. The best part of the game was the ability to restart and try again.”

“The Tygron Geodesign Platform helps to streamline planning, to build stakeholder consensus and to reduce time and costs. The platform supports decision-makers, urban planners, architects and engineers

as well as citizens and others with little experience of geoinformation in viewing and manipulating complex geodata easily and intuitively.”