By 2050, two-thirds of the world’s population is expected to live in urban areas. Growing urban populations and the impacts of climate change will place increasing strain on urban infrastructure – especially urban water systems. Developing green infrastructure can help cities as they combat climate change, create healthy built environments, and improve quality of life.
The new features of MIKE URBAN in the 2016 release provides you with the tools you need to properly build and implement water sensitive urban design practices. It provides site designers and storm water professionals with the detailed hydraulic modelling tools they need to support design, construction, and maintenance of green roofs, rain gardens, permeable surfaces, and subsurface detention on screening level (catchments).