City information modelling, Building information modelling, Digitization, urban design and planning, Space syntax, Artificial intelligence, smart cities

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Volume 46 – Number 4


City Information Modelling may be in its infancy, but as the papers in this issue show it presents a unifying conceptual framework that offers context and purpose for transdisciplinary research and development, both in academia and industry, in the digital technology disciplines that drive the field of Smart Cities. The practice of CIM will contribute to moving forward the digitalization of the built environment development process towards safe, resilient, sustainable and inclusive cities.

Jorge Gil is Assistant Professor in Urban Analytics and Informatics, in the Division of Urban Design and Planning, Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden.