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Heritage, digital placemaking and user experience [chapter]

Jo Morrison
2022 Hidden Cities  
Fabrizio Nevola and David Rosenthal, 'Locating Experience in the Renaissance City Using Mobile App Technologies: The "Hidden Florence" Project', in Mapping Space, Sense, and Movement in Florence: Historical  ...  When the app is live, it can be downloaded by members of the public and experienced either in the city location or remotely; in the case of the latter, the physicality of the user experience is absent.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781003172000-4 fatcat:gwcbmqfkb5cebpbxv46r4osjry

From real-time city to asynchronicity [chapter]

Michiel de Lange
2018 Time for mapping  
(Bleecker and Nova, 2009: 29) By elevating 'real-time' to a prime design objective, urban new media in fact are geared to dispose of time -in the sense of duration -as a limiting factor altogether.  ...  A plea for asynchronicity In a thought-provoking 'design fiction' exercise, design researchers Bleecker and Nova invert the discourse of instantaneity in urban computing and digital cartography (Bleecker  ...  The author wishes to thank the participants for their comments and suggestions. Notes  ... 
doi:10.7765/9781526122520.00021 fatcat:ylrcccvxtvflrnqc3rh5yfitse

Digital Poetry as a Dublin City Data Interface

Jeneen Naji, Michał Rzeszewski
2022 Studi Irlandesi : a Journal of Irish Studies  
Literary placemaking techniques are used in a critical analysis to unpack methods of meaning making and uncover paths for future development of literary interfaces.  ...  This paper explores placemaking as an interdisciplinary concept between the field of digital humanities and human geography.  ...  Case Studies Th e Data City interactive installation is an example of a spatially augmented reality (Bimber and Raskar 2005) that uses a projection mapping process and open city data.  ... 
doi:10.36253/sijis-2239-3978-13739 doaj:8daab1957d574cf681350dd7b8b89d14 fatcat:vzun6hhinfhcbeyazlkdqleoqu

Data in the smart city: How incongruent frames challenge the transition from ideal to practice

Anders Koed Madsen
2018 Big Data & Society  
The kind of sense-making that occurs through everyday data use is an important line of study that could provide the materiality of data infrastructures with a more prevalent place in descriptions of the  ...  This paper follows this tradition in the sense that it actively looks for incongruences that challenge collective sense-making in the technical administration.  ...  Each interview lasted between 1 hour and 90 minutes and they were based on a semi-structured interview guide asking questions about the interviewees existing practices of working with data and their interpretation  ... 
doi:10.1177/2053951718802321 fatcat:hs54wi6qjjb3fosssl7ac73lza

The Hitchhiker's Guide to Fused Twins: A Review of Access to Digital Twins In Situ in Smart Cities

Jascha Grübel, Tyler Thrash, Leonel Aguilar, Michal Gath-Morad, Julia Chatain, Robert W. Sumner, Christoph Hölscher, Victor R. Schinazi
2022 Remote Sensing  
While current Smart Cities are often inaccessible, the experience of everyday citizens may be enhanced with a combination of the emerging technologies Digital Twins (DTs) and Situated Analytics.  ...  Smart Cities already surround us, and yet they are still incomprehensibly far from directly impacting everyday life.  ...  Using DTs to power Smart Cities will make analytical tools available to everybody and will make them accessible in a spatial context that will democratise the understanding and use of the city.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs14133095 fatcat:c6m4h27h5beoddfov2l3q66fnm


Lim Seng Boon, Jalaluddin Abdul Malek, Mohd Yusof Hussain, Zurinah Tahir
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, was selected as a case study where interviews and observations were conducted with thematic analysis based on relevant themes.  ...  However, local authorities are facing challenges in guiding public involvement in e-government services such as smart city programmes.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This paper did not receive any specific grant from funding agencies in the public, commercial, or not-for-profit sectors.  ... 
doi:10.21837/pm.v18i13.794 fatcat:5e6vjcsr2zfa5id45dhsqqeg2y

Place-Specific Corona Dashboards for Health Policy: Design and Application of a 'Dutchboard'

Peter Nijkamp, Karima Kourtit
2022 Sustainability  
A wealth of empirical data has been collected and used by national health authorities to understand and mitigate the spread and impacts of the corona virus.  ...  The present study aims to design and test an extended corona dashboard, in which—beside up-to-date daily core data on infections, hospital and intensive care admissions, and numbers of deceased people—also  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors are grateful to Parvathy Krishnan, Umut Türk and Deniz ˙Iren for their assistance in the data analytics of this study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14020836 fatcat:6euua5ptgvhdzelwne2d5sjuou

Forum: resilience & design

Robert Cowley, Clive Barnett, Tania Katzschner, Nathaniel Tkacz, Filip De Boeck
2017 Resilience - International Policies, Practices and Discourses  
potential to repoliticise and engender new forms of responsibility; the significance of the digital interface; and the condition of everyday life in the 'unplanned' post-colonial city.  ...  The introduction outlines a series of largely unacknowledged parallels between resilience and design, relating to the valorisation of processes over states, the loss of faith in 'planning', the ambivalent  ...  of Westminster Faculty of Architecture & the Built Environment and by the Centre for the Study of Democracy, on 5 February 2016; and from a workshop on 'Defetishising the City' held at the University  ... 
doi:10.1080/21693293.2017.1348506 fatcat:dp53ce2pwbfmdks7spsszcy4ty

An Efficient Management Platform for Developing Smart Cities: Solution for Real-Time and Future Crowd Detection

David Garcia-Retuerta, Pablo Chamoso, Guillermo Hernández, Agustín San Román Guzmán, Tan Yigitcanlar, Juan M. Corchado
2021 Electronics  
A smart city is an environment that uses innovative technologies to make networks and services more flexible, effective, and sustainable with the use of information, digital, and telecommunication technologies  ...  This use case is an example of an efficient crowd management system, implemented and operated via a platform that offers many possibilities for the management of the data collected in smart territories  ...  A Case Study: Melbourne In this section, a model is presented for real-time crowd detection and future crowd prediction using video surveillance footage.  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics10070765 fatcat:adqi4tnx2zhd3f7hsvismwj2uy

Making sense of stakeholder values emergence

G.R.W. Mills, S.A. Austin
2014 Engineering Project Organization Journal  
The emergent, complex and dynamic nature of a cultural value and values system is modelled on a longitudinal case study to demonstrate stakeholders' unique perceptions.  ...  Empirical data was gathered through action research and using value in design (VALiD) to structure stakeholder dialogues at three interventions in the briefing and design stages of a new primary school  ...  Background to the longitudinal case study The study refers to a £7.4 million primary school and Sure Start centre in Manchester.  ... 
doi:10.1080/21573727.2014.940895 fatcat:d6uspqksafbjlhkvbnh7qdiv6q

Cultural Heritage and Digital Tools: the Rock Interoperable Platform

B. Turillazzi, G. Leoni, J. Gaspari, M. Massari, S.O.M. Boulanger
2021 International Journal of Environmental Impacts Management Mitigation and Recovery  
processing, has led designers to conceptualise the necessity of merging different smart city dashboards and platforms into an integrated system known as the urban digital twin (DW).  ...  The digitisation of urban cultural heritage (CH) is recognised within EU (European Union) policies as an opportunity to make CH a driver for urban transformation towards a sustainable and inclusive future  ...  The ROCK interoperable platform is presented as a useful case study that operated this integration by making use of enlarged ontologies of data processing to extend the access to CH usable knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.2495/ei-v4-n3-276-288 fatcat:5ttciwhmuvfi7pxkn5i4nrxm7a

Smart governance: Opportunities for technologically-mediated citizen co-production

C. William R. Webster, Charles Leleux
2018 Information Polity  
In reality, citizen engagement is more nuanced, more variable, and shaped by a variety of contexts and situations, with tensions emerging where citizens and governments do not have a shared interest in  ...  Using findings from a review of Smart cities literature and practice, the article aims to establish the breadth of Smart city initiatives which emphasise citizen participation and the realities of delivering  ...  Participating in the Smart city is a physical and a virtual experience, and services received will derive from digital personas.  ... 
doi:10.3233/ip-170065 fatcat:g3yln3gvnbecnmzi676ghs7vky

Data-driven urban management: Mapping the landscape

Zeynep Engin, Justin van Dijk, Tian Lan, Paul A. Longley, Philip Treleaven, Michael Batty, Alan Penn
2019 Journal of Urban Management  
A R T I C L E I N F O Keywords: Data-driven society Urban management and applications Evidence-based decision making A B S T R A C T Big data analytics and artificial intelligence, paired with blockchain  ...  This paper provides a transdisciplinary synthesis of the developments, opportunities, and challenges for urban management and planning under this ongoing 'digital revolution' to provide a reference point  ...  We would like to thank the journal's editor and reviewers for their very useful comments, which greatly helped us to improve the paper; and to Emre Kazim for his support in the final proofreading of this  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jum.2019.12.001 fatcat:qninzkcxlva2zgm7766rsme73a

My-AHA: Software Platform to Promote Active and Healthy Ageing

Pedro Madureira, Nuno Cardoso, Filipe Sousa, Waldir Moreira, Antonio Oliveira-Jr, Marco Bazzani, Philip Gouverneur
2020 Information  
With that in mind, we have developed a software platform to support My-AHA, which is composed of a multi-platform middleware, a decision support system (DSS), and a dashboard.  ...  To show the potential of the proposed My-AHA software platform, we introduce the My Personal Dashboard web-based application over a frailty use case to illustrate how senior well-being can benefit from  ...  This guarantees a good user experience and sustainable use and long-term acceptance.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info11090438 fatcat:fxhfb6cp45f27jedycrbs2lexq

The Design and Deployment of an End-to-end IoT Infrastructure for the Natural Environment [article]

Vatsala Nundloll, Barry Porter, Gordon Blair, Jack Cosby, Bridget Emmett, Ben Winterbourn, Graham Dean, Philip Beattie, Rory Shaw, Davey Jones, Dave Chadwick, Mike Brown, Wayne Shelley (+1 others)
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Internet of Things (IoT) systems have seen recent growth in popularity for city and home environments.  ...  at a remote site in difficult conditions.  ...  A user-driven application has been developed in order to present the readings in a dashboard-style, as shown in Fig. 6 .  ... 
arXiv:1901.06270v1 fatcat:x2cnsf5uvjau5kkcrof7l5fray
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