Increasing complexity of day-to-day life requires new links between work, life and travel merging transport hubs with offices, shopping malls, amusement centres and residential areas.
Better use of space and resources has created the notion of the shared economy, steadily turning into the circular economy. Logistic companies for example utilising their networks to turn aircraft catering and the reverse flow of wash-up and food waste into a revenue stream while reducing CO2 levels.
Urban Turbine addresses the challenge that airports face to better use their peak-time driven capacities – or – how can airports and cities benefit from joint developments, create and operate advanced and more evenly used facilities?
Once potential synergies have been identified, Urban Turbine co-ordinates strategies to stimulate and manage change.