Thursday, 12th December from 9:00 to 11:00 | Seminar room 4
The last thirty years witnessed a revolution in digital technology, acquisition methods, measurements repeatability and analysis. In this sense, the volume of data generated from input/output monitoring activities and the possibility to generate new and fast outputs from these data is rapidly increasing.
The session investigates the way data are collected and processed in the context of urban and peri-urban areas monitoring and gives insights on the key changes in monitoring practices. Digital instruments and holistic approaches to promote accessible and interoperable urban and peri-urban monitoring will be analysed.
This special session is jointly organized by the Institute for Renewable Energy of EURAC Research and the University of Trieste under the THEMATIC TRACK 2 – Urban (big) data: challenges for information retrieval and knowledge discovery
For additional information, please contact the session organizers.
Format: Traditional, 5-speakers session
Keywords: monitoring, geomatics, decision-support systems, FAIR
Session number: 4140
T2.3 (Novelli) – Thursday, 12th December from 9:00 to 11:00 | Seminar room 4
- 4287 Paolucci, Michela – Snap4city Platform to Speed Up Urban Policies
- 4234 Guohui, Xiao – Urban Open Geodata Integration using Virtual Knowledge Graphs
- 4326 Imberti, Filippo – Geographic Information Systems for sustainable urban development in weak planning contexts. A Mozambican case study.
- 4375 Huang, Jianxiang – The Image of the City on Social Media:A Comparative Study of the “Big Data” and “Small Data” in the Tri-City Region of Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia, Poland
- 4700 Miche Savron – Implementation of an application on open source QGIS platform for the analysis of the energetic characteristics of Friuli Venezia Giulia Region (Italy) buildings