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Aiden Mercer and Cyndi Smith: Going Digital, Impacts of Reality Modeling, Government Uptake, and YII 2017 in Asia

March 6, 2017 - in Interview, Video

Informed Infrastructure interviewed Bentley Systems' Aiden Mercer, Marketing Director, Utilities and Government, and Cyndi Smith, Senior Director of Product Marketing, at the Year In Infrastructure Event held Nov. 1-3, 2017, at the Hilton London Metropole.…

Copenhagen Embarks on Climate Adaptation Project

June 16, 2016 - in Design/Engineering, Projects, Water

The municipality of Copenhagen together with Nordic Innovation, an organisation under Nordic Council of Ministers, is launching an extensive climate adaptation…

First section of the Copenhagen S-Bane with New Signaling in Service

March 22, 2016 - in Corporate, Maintenance, Rail, Sensors

Siemens is currently equipping the entire 170 kilometers of the dual-track commuter rail network with a Communications-Based Train Control System. The…

Copenhagen-based Firm AG5 Wins with BIM Workflow

AG5, a small architecture practice based in Copenhagen, Denmark, specializes in simple, sustainable design. “That’s our main focus,” explained Brian Sheldon, partner at AG5. “And by using technology-enabled processes, we’re able to maintain a consistent…

New Exhibition in Copenhagen Explores the City as a Green Ecosystem

Under the title Urban Nature, The Museum of Copenhagen zooms in on the role of nature in Copenhagen’s past and present through two brand new exhibitions and two new museum gardens. With an entire programme of events, free city walks, guided tours and educational…

Copenhagen Takes European Green Capital Crown

December 18, 2013 - in Projects, Smart Cities

Today Copenhagen is officially crowned the European Green Capital 2014, taking the title from Nantes, France at a handover ceremony in Brussels. The Danish capital was awarded the title following an intensive Europe-wide competition. Commissioner Potočnik…

In Copenhagen, A Neighborhood Keeps Pace With Climate Change

September 3, 2012 - in Planning

Rising sea levels aren’t the only threats posed by climate change. ArchDaily reports that the Copenhagen-based architecture firm Tredje Natur recently presented plans to develop Saint Kjeld’s Quarter into Copenhagen’s greenest (and most resilient)…

Are Green Cities Sitting on a Golden Goose?

May 1, 2012 - in Smart Cities, Transportation

Copenhagen's red-blooded green economy has been a real boon for the city, according to a recent report from Scandinavian thinktank Monday Morning. "Copenhagen's clean sector has been a critical contributor to the region's economy in the past decade, with green…