BUILDING CITY DASHBOARDS
This project will address how to build more extensive and effective city dashboards. It will tackle three sets of fundamental problems: data issues; visualisation/interaction issues; and analytics/modelling issues. It will use the solutions to undertake applied research that significantly extends the Dublin Dashboard through the development and testing of a new suite of querying, modelling and prediction/simulation modules and novel forms of multimedia interaction, including virtual reality, the projection of data onto architectural models, and converting data into audio-textual forms. This testbed will provide a template to develop, implement and test a Cork Dashboard and influence dashboard development globally.READ MORE
iHCI Conference, 17.11.2017 | University College Dublin. Following the ISU International Conference in November, Dr Gareth Young and Liam O’Sullivan attended the 11th Annual Irish Human-Computer Interaction Conference, held at the Global Lounge, University College Dublin (UCD). ihci2017.wordpress.com/ This one-day ACM SIGCHI conference featured research from the field of Human-Computer Interaction; specifically showcasing researchers based in Ireland. The symposium featured three keynote talks from international leaders in HCI research. The opening keynote, “Multitasking
Institute of Sustainable Urbanism Talks #05: Future Cities ISU International Conference, 14.11.2017 | Architekturpavillon at TU Braunschweig. Last month Dr Gareth Young attended and presented at the ISU international conference “ISU Talks #05: Future Cities”. The Future Cities conference took place at TU Braunschweig, Germany, on November 14th, and was hosted by the Institute for Sustainable Urbanism. The conference was created to explore the potential challenges that exist for contemporary urbanism in a world that
PROJECT OUTPUTSSee outputs
THE DUBLIN DASHBOARD
The Dublin Dashboard provides citizens, public sector workers and companies with real-time information, time-series indicator data, and interactive maps about all aspects of the city. It enables users to gain detailed, up-to-date intelligence about the city that aids everyday decision making and fosters evidence-informed analysis.CLICK HERE
THE CORK DASHBOARD
The Cork Dashboard is currently being developed by our team and will build on lessons learned from Dublin.Coming soon
The dashboards below are not linked to this project however they show different examples of city dashboards internationally.
To find out more about institutes and research groups carrying out similar or complimentary work click below.