The Tygron Platform has been working to support scientists of the ICRA Catalan Institute for Water Research in developing an urban serious game. Edible Game 1.0 as a part of the Edible City Network project has been designed to help the cities to implement Edible City solutions and therefore improve the liveability of urban areas. […]
About Hanna Halontka
Hanna Halontka is an intern at Tygron and investigates the interaction between the Tygron Platform and work and decision-making processes. She studies 'New media and digital culture' in Utrecht.
Hanna Halontka is stagiair bij Tygron en onderzoekt de interactie tussen het Tygron Platform en werk- en besluitvormingsprocessen. Ze studeert 'New media and digital culture' in Utrecht.
Entries by Hanna Halontka
In 2021 the Netherlands will face a major change in environmental laws. The approaching implementation of the Omgevingswet (Environment and Planning act) is expected to bring many improvements for citizens, but also requires the reorganization of work processes of municipalities and a shift in their approach to city planning. In order to find out what […]
In an interview with Tygron, Edward de Wit, a senior policy officer, shares his experiences in using the Tygron Geodesign Platform. Edward de Wit is a senior policy officer working by the Authorization and Supervision department by one of the big Dutch municipalities. In his work, he is currently using the Tygron Geodesign Platform in […]
Maarten van Helden is a senior sustainable development advisor at the Province of Utrecht who works day to day with the Tygron Geodesign Platform. In an interview with Tygron, he shares insights on the improvements that the Platform brought to his work processes, the reactions within the municipalities to the software and the collaboration between […]