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Live transport performance dashboards – a light example

Sydney bus performance dashboard

This shows an up-to-date overview of the current performance of the bus network in Sydney, queried every 15 minutes from the Transport for NSW Vehicles API. .

The infrastructure behind this is quite simple and powerful, and you can learn 90% of it through this tutorial.

Possible extensions
> Integrate real vs scheduled time
> Historic performance / animations throughout the day

Try:
> See the buses in the most congested traffic routes
> Query individual bus routes
> Analyse the occupancy of the bus network
> Scroll into individual areas to see changes in average km/h speed
> Summarise one of the above variables for the area within field of view
> Screenshot / compare different times of day
> Select one variable (such as ‘Standing Only’) and see the routes ranked by their count of this variable

Bus performance (last 15 minutes)


International Research – Lessons from Shanghai

Tongji CAUP International Doctoral School of Future City and Architecture 2017

Over the past two weeks I’ve had the pleasure of attending the Tongji University International Doctoral School of Future City and Architecture, hosted by their College of Architecture and Urban Planning (CAUP) as a representative PhD student from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney. This is an intensive two-week program held in Shanghai which invites 100 students from Tongji University, other Asian universities and countries around the world (most of which hold dual-degrees with the university).

The program is aimed to build professional research relationships and friendships, invite doctoral students to extend their training in research design, invite talks from a variety of academic and professional guest lecturers from around the world and to develop ideas for research proposals which can be applied to Shanghai. The content of these (over 30) lectures was broad – from emerging materials science, to new ways of preserving heritage, artificial intelligence in architecture, mobility, vertical urbanism, research methods and simply inspiration for different types of research thinking.

**Left: ‘Vertical Urbanism & Urban Bowls’ – Martin Felsen, Associate Professor / Director of Architecture Program, Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT)

** Top-Right: ‘Research is fun, make it yours!’ – Luca Fabris, Associate Professor, Department of Architecture and Urban Studies, Politecnico Milano

** Bottom-Right: ‘Visualization of Urban Planning Regulation in Japan Using City Engine’ – Shen Zhenjiang – Vice-Head of Graduate School of Environmental Design, Kanazawa University. An excellent talk on how to codify complex planning zoning and building laws in ESRI CityEngine to evaluate both the existing city and future planning proposals. Continue Reading