Understanding space use
Understanding the use of our living spaces requires a dynamic view. Cividi offers insights into space use and makes residents' concerns visible.
Spatial development is expensive. Decision-making often lacks a sufficient basis and citizen involvement, which results in planning processes being repeated and projects being aborted. Cividi enables a holistic and objective initial assessment in order to define the necessary priorities at an early stage or to verify existing planning projects.
Planning is often based on assumptions, whereas implemented projects are rarely analyzed or reported on. Cividi makes planning success measurable.
Inward development requires mediation between a wide variety of interests and stakeholders. A common understanding of the use of urban space enables a fact-based cooperation. Cividi offers a multidimensional, dynamic and functional view to better understand contexts and communicate them in an understandable way.
In the era of Smart Cities and ubiquitous data collection, dynamic tools are required to understand complex spatial systems.
We guide you through the interdisciplinary challenges in urban development, infrastructure planning, mobility planning and in the development of location strategies.
Data science & engineering
Our data team understands how to distil comprehensible and problem-relevant information from complex data sets.
We support you from problem definition and data preparation, through data analysis to data visualisation.
In our analyses we link open (government) data and administrative registry data with external sources such as mobile phone data, sensor data and user-generated data.
We combine spatial GIS analyses with statistical analyses in order to extract a comprehensible and usable base for decision-making from the available data pool.
Mayor of Wittenbach
Co-Founder / Data Architect
Co-Founder / Urban Designer
Joris Van Wezemael
Co-Founder / Urban Developer
Urban Data Scientist