Chris Pettit is the inaugural Chair of Urban Science at the University of New South Wales, Director of the City Analytics Postgraduate Program, Associate Director of the City Futures Research Centre and Smart Cities Director for the Collaborative Research Centre – Spatial Information. His expertise is in the convergence of the fields of Urban Planning and Geographical Information Sciences (GIS) where he has published more than 150 peer reviewed papers. For the last 20 years, he has been undertaking research and development in the use of spatial information and mapping technologies for envisioning what if? scenarios across both urban and regional landscapes. His recent interests also span into applications, development and the critique of geographical visualization tools including, advanced spatial decision support systems and city dashboards.
CHRIS PETTIT – Using City Analytics for Planning the Resilient City Chris will share with you: 1.Collaborative City Planning using Geodesign 2.City Visualisation and Big data 3.City Dashboards 4.City Datastores 5.Rapid Analytics for Scenario Planning Who will benefit from hearing this presentation? City planners, Policy-makers, Geospatial industry Chris Pettit Chris Pettit is […]