The EcoDA platform has been conceived as an open platform intended for use and further development by others (e.g., design practitioners, community groups, academics and developers) who share the goal of strengthening the resilience capacities of ordinary citizens and of enhancing urban resilience more broadly.

We hope that the co-production framework, co-design principles and approach to the use of technology described on this website can provide the necessary guidance for future users and contributors to find and create their own tools, share knowledge, form partnerships and offer mutual support, in ways that can continue to expand the platform and its utility to many.

The platform and all research work that have led to its conception are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

As a way of tracing the evolution of the platform over time, we encourage future users and contributors to tag applications of existing and newly created tools using #resilienceplatform, on Twitter or on the discussion board that can be found here.