There is no shortage of urban mobility data as it relates to cars & trucks. For the last 30 years cities have been collecting highly detailed data like traffic flows, congestion and parking. Cities of the future however will be centered around people, how then do we measure inner-city improvement projects and livability? Cities all over Europe are quickly transitioning from car to people centric cities. From Oslo, London, Paris to Barcelona, municipalities are conducting bold experiments to make city centers cleaner, safer and more accessible to all. In the summer of 2023, the City of Amsterdam tested road closures transform big streets & thoroughfares into public spaces and pocket parks. Tapp – Smart City Architecture used environmental and activity sensors monitor the before & after snapshot and unexpected behaviors in between. In this talk director Tom van Arman gives highly visual and animated talk on the role of sensors and open urban data and how it can help future proof your own city.