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Presentation given by Shelley Mosco, University of Greenwich, as part of the EDINA Digimap GeoForum 2013 on Thursday 20th June 2013 at the Congress Centre, London.

Presentation given by Shelley Mosco, University of Greenwich, as part of the EDINA Digimap GeoForum 2013 on Thursday 20th June 2013 at the Congress Centre, London.

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Digimap Data and a Non-traditionalist Perspective - Shelley Mosco Digimap Data and a Non-traditionalist Perspective - Shelley Mosco Presentation Transcript

  • Geoforum 2013EDINA Geoforum 2013Digimap Data and a Non-traditionalist PerspectiveShelley MoscoSenior Lecturer Landscape Architecture & GISSchool of Architecture, Design and ConstructionUniversity of Greenwich20 June 2013
  • Geoforum 2013GIS is the only major software technology in which landscape architects have had akey development role (Ian McHarg, Jack Dangermond, Carl Steinitz).
  • Geoforum 2013Design with Naturemap overlays and sieve analysissuitability of site, analysis and planning
  • Geoforum 2013GIS: A system to link time, place and patterns
  • Geoforum 2013David Parfitt,MA Landscape Architecture, 2013Robert Park,MA Landscape Architecture, 2013
  • Geoforum 2013Zoi Antonaki, Diploma Landscape Architecture 2013
  • Geoforum 2013Zoi Antonaki, Diploma Landscape Architecture 2013
  • Geoforum 2013Zoi Antonaki, Diploma Landscape Architecture 2013
  • Geoforum 2013James Penney, Diploma Landscape Architecture 2011
  • Geoforum 2013Paul Hadley, MA Landscape Architecture 2012
  • Geoforum 2013Paul Hadley, MA Landscape Architecture 2012
  • Geoforum 2013Paul Hadley, MA Landscape Architecture 2012
  • Geoforum 2013Paul Hadley, MA Landscape Architecture 2012
  • Geoforum 2013Joe Perkins, MA Landscape Architecture 2011
  • Geoforum 2013Joe Perkins, MA Landscape Architecture 2011
  • Geoforum 2013Joe Perkins, MA Landscape Architecture 2011
  • Geoforum 2013Jiamiao Xu, MA Landscape Architecture 2012
  • Geoforum 2013Jiamiao Xu, MA Landscape Architecture 2012
  • Geoforum 2013Jiamiao Xu, MA Landscape Architecture 2012
  • Geoforum 2013Jiamiao Xu, MA Landscape Architecture 2012
  • Geoforum 2013One of the most significant recent regulatory changes is the requirement of BIM for allpublicly funded projects by 2016, where all projects must be managed in a 3D environment.What’s new? BIM: Building Information ModelCreating a virtual digital information 3D model, rich in data that caninform the decision-making process and answer questionsthroughout the entire project lifecycle, implemented in acollaborative environment.
  • Geoforum 2013Mandatory information must be completed ateach phase. The Cabinet Office has adopted anopen source spread sheet to collate all thecomponents (COBie;Construction Operations Building informationexchange).
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