Technology and Solution Award

The objective of the Technologies and Solution Award is to explore the excellent “technologies” and “solutions” in promoting the sustainable development of cities and communities. The Award focuses on dealing with concrete problems and challenges in certain particular field of sustainable development and requires innovation and replicability.

TSA 2022 will continue to cover the many areas of building liveable communities, hoping to provide best toolkits and methodologies for the sustainable recovery of cities. The following themes of TSA are subject to further updates to better respond to the LivCom Forum and Technical Conference this year.

Applicants

Innovative “technologies” or “solutions” in the following areas are applicable based on the following 5 aspects of urban regeneration and sustainability.

1. Aspects and Principles of Urban Regeneration
1-1 Urban Regeneration: Definition, Purpose, and Evolution
1-2 The Role of Urban Design in Cultural Regeneration
1-3 Principles of Urban Sustainability, Ecology, and Resilience
1-4 Planning of Mixed Land Use
1-5 Living Standards: Urban Sprawl, and Slum Areas
2. Designing and Development of Urban Regeneration
2-1 The Art of Sustainable Urban Design Paradigm
2-2 Sustainable Urban Design for Waterfront Development
2-3 Neighborhoods, Housing, and Economic Development
2-4 Production and Regeneration in Regional Development
2-5 The Impact of New Urbanism Models: Planning and Design Strategies to Improve Urban Performance
2-6 Strategy for Evolving Public Spaces
2-7 Transportation Planning, Safety, and Traffic Modeling
2-8 New Urbanism Models Planning and Designing
2-9 Industrial Area Agglomeration and Corporate Strategy
2-10 Management and Conservation of Energy Resources Overview of Urban Transformation
2-11 Compact Cities: Issues and Solutions
2-12 Transformation to Sustainable City
2-13 Livable Communities: Cities for People
2-14 Environmental Efficiency for Better Life
2-15 Public Involvement in Sustainable Development
2-16 New ways for learning
2-17 Innovation in Education
3. Challenges of Urban Regeneration
3-1 Urban Renewal: Issues and Challenges
3-2 Pollution of Urban Heat Island (UHI)
3-3 Climate Change and Sustainable Landscapes
3-4 Green Infrastructure: Building and Designing with Nature
3-5 Urbanization and Urban Poverty: Effects, Awareness, and Solutions Computational Design for Urban Regeneration
3-6 Digital Tools in Urban Regeneration
3-7 Optimization and Decision-making tools for Urban Regeneration
3-8 Data informed Urban Regeneration
4. Preservation and Conservation
4-1 The role of historic buildings in regeneration process
4-2 Urban regeneration and sustainability
4-3 Adaptive Reuse of existing buildings
4-4 The role of technology in the co-living spaces
5. Urban Identity and City Branding
5-1 City Branding, Urban Planning and Urban Regeneration
5-2 Urban Branding and Sustainability
5-3 Urban Competitiveness and Urban Marketing
5-4 Urban Planning and Tourism
5-5 Resident Satisfaction and Urban Regeneration

Judging Criteria

Participants should make presentations centering on the following 5 aspects.
-Challenge(problem): What are the main issues or challenges that the technology or solution target at regarding sustainable development of cities and communities?
-Method: What are the main pathways and methods that the technology or solution adopts to solve the above problems?
-Innovation: Originality or differences and advantages over other related technologies or solutions
-Replication: the replicability of the technology or solution; under what conditions can the technology or solution be replicated, how is the social impact of the technology or solution?
-Recognition: Please provide relevant evidence materials and media reports for reference.

WRITTEN SUBMISSION

The Written Submission, to be a maximum of 3,000 words and to contain not more than ten photographs. The Written Submission should show how the “technologies” or “solutions” relate to each of the criteria set out above.


Judging:

The International Panel of Judges will review each submission at the Interim Judging stage and will select technology or solution to be Presented at the LivCom Finals, to be held at the venue and during the dates quoted on the Registration Form.

Registration:

Please complete the Registration Form and send to the International Awards for Liveable Communities by the date quoted on the Registration Form to info@livcomawards.org.

Final Presentations:

If following the Interim Judging process, your technology or solution is selected as a Finalist for the LivCom Awards, there are some key points to bear in mind for the format of your Presentation at the event:

•A maximum of two representatives of the Project will be permitted to make the Presentation.

•Presentations must be made in English.

•Presentations may last up to 15 minutes.

•Appropriate equipment will be provided. Presenters will be permitted to use other visual aids, e.g. PowerPoint (an LCD projection system will be provided), during their Presentation. Other equipment must be supplied by the Presenters. LivCom will not be responsible for the performance of equipment not supplied by the Organisers.

•At the end of each Presentation, the Judges will ask questions. If the assistance of an interpreter is required you must provide the interpreter and extra time will be allowed.