In addition to the trade association OAV, Siemens and Volkswagen Group China as publishers, other German companies are also participating in the Smart City China Report, which examines the potential and opportunities afforded by urbanisation in China and focuses on solution-oriented approaches. HPP's Suzhou Greek Waterfront Innovation Park project is presented in the report. The design is based on five parameters: smart resources, smart blocks, smart traffic, smart life and smart green. The redevelopment of the urban area as "Park City" provides for a vertical, multi-layered park and an elevated platform as a connection to the surrounding neighbourhoods and waterscapes. The aim of the project is the creation of a habitable, flexible and borderless common space as an example for the future development of our cities with lower resource requirements.
The Smart City China Report is already available digitally. The release will be officially presented tonight. Joachim H. Faust, HPP Senior Partner, will be in Hamburg tomorrow for the 99th East Asian Love Feast.