What is Kassandra?

Kassandra is the first Integrated Decision Support System that facilitates the creation, development and management of a truly resilient city. With Kassandra it will be possible to improve city planning and resource management, with the aim of enhancing the natural and built environment and the quality of life of its inhabitants.

How does Kassandra work?

Kassandra is a multi-dimensional research and design approach – based on Building Information Modelling technology – that uses analysis and simulation tools that take a long-term and whole-system view of a historic urban environment.
Thanks to the use of analysis and simulation tools, Kassandra offers a long-term vision of a historic urban environment to cope with climate change.

Clarity from complexity

Kassandra allows the opportunity to acquire information and transmit it to a virtual platform through which it can be communicated in an easily understandable way. Kassandra is therefore a tool that allows authorities and individuals to ‘see’ and ‘foresee’ the effect that individual actions have on the improvement of the overall quality of life in an urban environment.

Who is Kassandra for?

Kassandra is an invaluable tool for all those public authorities and private organizations that aim at improving the resilience of the urban environment. It is the only decision support system that will be able to manage all aspects of a city. The use of widespread and interconnected sensors, applications and management software, as envisaged by Kassandra, will make individual citizens, local authorities, governments, responsible for the fight against climate change in a of highly democratic and participatory process. A shared resilience borne out of exaptation.

How can Kassandra help you?

Kassandra helps you make the right choices and create the best conditions for a sustainable future. Through preventive data analysis, it will be easy to select the best-fit scenario and manage it in partnership with all citizens and stakeholders.

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