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CROSSMEDIA Communication & Publishing: "RAPID PLANNING" (IN PRODUCTION 2014 - 2019)

crossdocs is contracted by AT-ASSOCIATION on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) to develop and produce a longterm crossmedia communication startegy for the research project "RAPID PLANNING".

Rapid Planning is an action-oriented research project that has been developed and is funded under the umbrella of the Future Megacities Research Program of the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF).

It seeks to develop a rapid trans-sectoral urban planning methodology, specifically targeting supply and disposal infrastructure. The service sectors covered by the project include energy, water, waste water/sanitation, solid waste and urban agriculture/food. Rapid Planning is a global project. That means that it features the regions of Sub-Saharan Africa, the Arab States, South East Asia and Europe, represented by Frankfurt as a reference city. It will help cities to improve resource efficiency and to improve access to urban basic services.

Moreover, Rapid Planning will support the effort of planned city extension and planned city infill development by informing the process from the point of infrastructure planning and development.



crossdocs was contracted by TÜV Rheinland (International Research Management) on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) to produce a 10 part documentary series about the research project "Future Megacities". The series has been screened at several film festivals, international conferences and is part of several university lectures from Asia to Europe.


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