The Corona crisis is shaking cities. Many people live together there in a small space. Green spaces are heard. The air is often so polluted that it makes you sick. They are issues of energy and rights from the surrounding area and around the world. Many of them have an overloaded mobility concept. And the real problems are favorite.
How can a city respond to the current crisis and crises? Only together through personal cohesion. And through fast, innovative adaptability to new challenges – even with new functions. Then the city can become resilient. Resilient, adaptable, innovative and relaxed.
See Karim Tarraf in the discussion on “What technology can contribute to making cities resilient”