Urbanflow Engine is a new kind of presentation software for urban planners designed to help communicate your urban planning ideas. Built for and by planning professionals, Urbanflow Engine incorporates state-of-the-art decision support and analysis technology. Whether you are presenting to decision makers, engaging the broader community or want a interactive canvas for your project data, Urbanflow Engine makes it this easy and simple to communicate your ideas.
Communicate and share your planning ideas – whatever your experience level. You might be a transport consultant, or an environmental officer, or anyone interested in how people, places and journeys fit together. Underneath the simple User Interface is an advanced simulation tool and data processing engine that helps in developing powerful and insightful presentations around your analysis. We created this technology to take care of the complicated stuff so you can can focus on the job and execute on your mission.
From concept to an interactive map in minutes. You can get started now – and there’s no manual to read. Build your ideas super quickly using our innovative super simple user interface. Share compelling maps without friction. Every map has a URL, so you can share them with anyone in an instant. At last there is a way to create beautiful planning presentations online.
Switch up your plans and dive deep to see the impact, immediately and interactively. Engage non-professional and non-technical people with your analysis. We use world class mapping technologies and computing infrastructure to bring your maps to life.
The data you generate with Urbanflow Engine is safely stored on our servers, and can be downloaded at any time for use with other tools. Your data remains yours. If you have existing data, Urbanflow Engine plays nicely with it. You can use CSV or GeoJSON format to bring in your data and build on top of it.
visualization that make the hard analytical work of planning seem easy even when it isn’t.
Urbanflow Engine introduces sophisticated internet technology into the world of urban planning.