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Paper for Smart City Conference Prague 2015 (organiized by Faculty of Transportation Science Czech Technical Institute:  Practicing Smart Urbanism

Abstract — Smart design process of new urban developments and existing urban structures rehabilitation is examine in this paper based on collaborative multidisciplinary approach and smart tools and methods.
Designing new urban structures requires a deep study of invisible information inside existing cities’ environment. This is possible because recent progress in research methods and techniques of collecting data.
Analytic results of cleaned big data tailored to the specific order award urban designers with new opportunities to analyze behavior of individual entities inside and outside of urbanized areas.
Physical models and virtual reality can be combined and visualized using augmented reality interface. Results are modified based on live data feeds or changeable variables requested by designer or client.
Designing process with a collective impact approach has to continuously accommodate to accelerated changes and implementation of future artificial intelligence.
New kind of structures and features are already appearing in smart cities concept. But the most important unit of new smart design approach has to be actively engaged citizen.

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