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Communities can generate and maintain their realistic 3D computer graphics environment, with real-life indicators taken from geographic information system and city datasets. Stakeholders are given a planning challenge and a certain time frame in which to experiment, plan and negotiate better solutions for city designs and development projects. They must heed real-life indicators as livability and safety while staying within allocated budgets and real-life governmental regulations.
The software has proven to streamline the planning process, reduces litigation and sharply increases the return on investment for urban projects.