Technology is an inescapable facet of modern life, influencing the way that we communicate, work, and indeed, plan the spaces that we live in. Professor Michael Batty, convener of this year’s Nathaniel...
Planning is ripe for technological transformation, argues Daniel Mohamed - and planners have nothing to fear.
11.03.2016big data | Business & Enterprise | city control centre | Community Engagement | Development Management & Enforcement | Dublin Dashboard | Infrastructure | International | smart cities
For as long as data has been generated about cities various kinds of data-informed urbanism have been occurring. The data employed is typically sampled, generated on a one-off or occasional basis, limited in...
11.03.2016big data | Business & Enterprise | Community Engagement | Development Management & Enforcement | Infrastructure | International | smart cities | Statistics | UK
What impact is the collection and use of ‘big data’ having on the ways we govern and interact with urban environments? And what does that mean for city planning in the future? Prof. Rob Kitchin and Samer...
06.11.2015Business & Enterprise | Climate Change | Community Engagement | Dublin Biennial | ECTP-EU | Infrastructure | International | Regeneration | smart cities | Social infrastructure | tech
Does the growth of ‘smart’ technology herald an age of urban utopias – or the very opposite? Simon Wicks gauges the views of speakers at the European Council of...
Session title: New forms of engagement
Speaker: Dr Rick Robinson, IT director, smart data and technology, Amey; member of the UK government’s Smart Cities Forum...
Research has placed London in third in a table of global 'smart' cities 2015, with Barcelona taking the top spot.
A round-up of planning news in Ireland: 21 April-28 April, 2017
A round-up of planning news in England: 21 April-28 April, 2017