Thursday, July 24, 2014

Tygron Serious Games For Spatial Planning

Serious Games streamline the planning process and reduce costs for urban projects


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Tygron Serious Gaming is a 3D interactive spatial planning software platform that allows players to negotiate the planning process while sharply reducing costs for urban projects. The platform allows all parties to experiment with different design options, in search of a solution that takes major stakeholder interests into account.

Tygron Serious Gaming improves spatial development by reducing complexity, speeding up decision-making and reducing risks. This increases control over strategic pathways, certainty about the lead time and alignment of the stakeholders.


Based in The Hague, The Netherlands, Tygron is specialized in turning today's complex management challenges with multiple actors, each with unique abilities and interests, in a Serious Multiplayer Game. This is done by using state of the art game technology - Tygron games offer participants an experience to deal with the complexities and challenges associated with each major project of the future, providing insight into the hard and soft edges of each large spatial project.




 Tygron develops virtual, multi actor games which simulate spatial development issues and models their impacts

Founded in 2005 by Maxim Knepflé and Jeroen Warmerdam as a Serious Games and Media company, Tygron has progressively narrowed down its focus towards Serious Games development.

Tygon in one of the more than hundred companies that have started under the wings of YES!Delft - the high tech entrepreneurs center sponsored by the Delft University of Technology (TUDelft) that inspires students, professionals and scientists to make their first steps on the path to becoming an entrepreneur and offers them the necessary support to turn their venture into a success.