When you see a train winding through the countryside, you probably don’t think about how someone has used advanced formulas and digital tools so that it can maintain a steady speed on the track, even in curves, and arrive at its destination on time.
When it rains and the water runs off the pavement and finds its way to nearby plants and trees, someone has planned it that way. The excess water irrigates the plants and contributes to sustainable development and green life.
When you move around in the city – inside the buildings, or in the space between the buildings – little is left to chance. Someone has planned the urban space so that everyone can move around and enjoy it. Before the new buildings are erected, simulations have been made of the effect they will have on wind conditions in squares and on patios.