Helsinki 3D-Models and the Energy and Climate Atlas
- Urban planning
- Sep 12, Thu 15:00-15:45
- Helsingin kaupungintalon aula, Pohjoisesplanadi 11-13, Helsinki
- Event type
- Free Admission
- Accessibility for all
Welcome to Climate School!
Content of the lecture
An energy and climate atlas created with Helsinki’s smart 3D building information model is a functional tool to restrain climate change and improve energy efficiency. Helsinki has two different yet complementary 3D models of the city. Come listen to how the energy and climate atlas application open to all enables thematic 3D visualization based on the city buildings’ attributes and reveals the amount of solar radiation they receive.
The lesson will be held in Finnish.
Teacher of the Lecture
The teacher is Enni Airaksinen, who works for the Helsinki City’s 3D model project developing the models and implementing new 3D applications.
About Climate School!
The lobby of the Helsinki City Hall turns into Climate School from 9 to 13 September 2019. Each lesson provides more understanding about actions that affect climate change. Various themes, challenges, social phenomena and the context influence the solutions by which our future is being built. Design and dialogue help assemble various pieces to perceive the topic from a new angle on a Climate Change Map. You can attend individual lessons or pick out several interesting themes!
See the complete Climate School schedule here!
Climate School is organized by the City of Helsinki and Helsinki Design Week in cooperation with Urban Academy, Aalto University and the University of Helsinki. Helsinki takes its climate change responsibility seriously. An ambitious target of the City’s strategy is to achieve a carbon neutral Helsinki by 2035.
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