A PHYSICAL AND ECONOMIC STUDY USING A SITE-SPECIFIC URBAN DEVELOPMENT ANALYTICS ENGINE.
This project examined the capacity for graphical representation of data to promote the active involvement of groups of people in the analysis process itself. For a physical and economic study of a site-specific urban development, the analytics engine mines, harvests, analyses and visualises a range of data relevant to the particular development proposal. This potentially includes captured geometry of the site context, planning regulations on height and site density, occupancy figures for related and neighbouring properties, potential site lines, building costs, building construction materials, tenancies, pedestrian counts, street furniture, vehicle usage patterns, rental values, etc. This project seeks to extract and/or generate data relevant to a particular decision at a particular time in a particular location.