Our fourth and last webinar will focus on the topic of new digital tools in participatory urban planning. Baltic Urban Lab cities Tallinn and Norrköping have both developed and tested new tools to encourage different stakeholders, especially citizens to give their feedback and learn more about current planning issues. Tallinn has developed AvaLinn Mobile App and Norrköping 3D visualisation tool Earth Autopsy. The tools have been tested in the planning of the two brownfield sites - The Skoone Bastion in Tallinn & the Inner Harbour area in Norrköping. Norrköping and Tallinn will share their practical experinces on the development and use of tools and give tips to other cities that are interested to develop similar tools.
The webinar starts at 12:30 CET (advised to be online already at 12:00). Register to the webinar here.
12:00 Webinar platform is opened
12:30 Opening of the Webinar (Johanna Aaltonen, University of Turku)
12:35-13:05 Citizen involvement tool AvaLinn for Android and iOS devices (Ivari Rannama and Ave Kargaja, City of Tallinn)
13:05-13:40 3D Visualisation tool Earth Autopsy (Erik Telldén, City of Norrköping)
13:40-14:00 Discussion and questions
Note that you can submit your questions in the chat box in the webinar platform and direct them either to speakers directly or to the general public.