Collaborative approaches to the smart city
Dynamic planning instruments for the municipal heat transition
AbstractThis article focuses on a collaborative research approach to developing a dynamic heat map as a planning tool for the heat transition in smart cities and for achieving the goal of climate-neutral cities. Against this background, it is shown how elements of user involvement come into play in a transdisciplinary technology development process and how, in this way, a set of instruments can be developed that is adapted to the multi-layered requirements of the stakeholders.
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