How has Simulation Changed What Can It Offer in the Context of Green Recovery?

There is uncertainty in the world, more now than ever. The VUCA concept, which was used to characterize the Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity felt in the United States following the Cold War, is now applicable on a global scale today. In fact, the COVID-19 pandemic is one clear example of the VUCA concept’s manifestation...Read more »

Why We Should Use Simulation to Inform Policy Decisions in a Post-Pandemic Environment

The COVID-19 pandemic has reinforced the urgency of investing in policy decisions that will mitigate the risk and scale of environmental and economic crises in the future. With many governments using infrastructure spending as a recovery tactic, policy makers need to prioritize sustainable and resilient projects. Simulation offers data-driven and evidence-based forecasts of a project’s...Read more »

COVID-19 Recovery: A game-changer for sustainable urban mobility?

Opportunities for Non-Motorized Transport Infrastructure The COVID-19 lockdowns had an immediate and drastic impact on transport systems and mobility, in particular on the mobility patterns of people. Strict regulations imposed by governments around the world have affected the delivery of and demand for public transport services in and across many cities and countries, as highlighted...Read more »