Urban Infrastructure Systems
“Urban Infrastructure Systems in the Digital Age,” is a two-year program funded by the United Engineering Foundation and delivered by the New York Academy of Sciences, with thought leadership and support from Mott MacDonald. The program has delivered and published the first iteration of a common framework across engineering disciplines — the Infrastructure Architecture Framework (IAF). This report codifies standards and practices for aligning business strategy, enterprise architecture, and engineering to deliver more sustainable and resilient outcomes from civil infrastructure systems.
The goal of the IAF is to help transportation, energy, and water organizations in the US harness the power of digitalization and address challenges such as decarbonization and resilience.
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