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Enabling Digital Twins
Technologies, standards and governance for a sustainable lifecycle  – 18 October 2022

This will be in person only 

*schedule subject to change

 

Registration

8:00am-8:30am

 

Morning session

8:30am-10:30am

Keynote sessions
Plenary

 

8:30am-9:00am

Keynote 1- Wayne Patterson NSW Government

 

9:00am-9:30am

Keynote 2 – Qld– Cross River Rail

 

9:30am-10:00am

Keynote 3 – Ben Fox, Victoria Government

 

10:00am-10:30am

Keynote 4 – Industry Keynote: Digital Twins

Morning Tea

10:30- 11:00 am

 

 

Workshop sessions

11:00am- 12:30pm

Workshop 1:

  • Thomas Kolbe:  CityGML 3.0 concepts for Urban Digital Twins
  • Volker Coors: Urban Simulation
  • Tamrat Belayneh: Web-based Visualization and streaming

Workshop 2: Digital Twin for Infrastructure and Construction

  • John Holland (construction)
  • Dr Maria Rashidi (WSU)
  • Associate Professor Mohsen Kalantari (UNSW)

Workshop 3:

Colouring Cities

  • Polly Hudson, Alan Turing Institute
  • Dr Matt Ng, City Futures Research Centre, UNSW
  • Dr Henry Petersen, City Futures Research Centre, UNSW

Lunch

12:30pm-1:30 pm

 

 

1:30pm - 
3pm

Workshop 4:

  • Morakot Pilouk: 3D Indoor modelling and navigation
  • Desislava Petrova-Antonova:  GATE project https://gate-ai.eu/en/home/
  • Michael Rigby/Sisi Zlatanova:  Liveable Digital Twin  

Workshop 5:

Sydney Water/ Vodafone

  • Mott MacDonald (design)
  • Dr Johnson Shen (UNSW)
  • Dr Ali Kashani (UNSW)

Workshop 6:

Australian Housing Data Analytics Platform

  • Professor Chris Pettit
  • Associate Professor Hazel Easthope
  • Dr Henry Petersen

 

Afternoon tea

3:00pm-3:30pm

 

 

3:30pm-4:30pm

Plenary

Facilitated Roundtable (Facilitated by Kate Williams, Frontier SI)

  • Professor Desislava Petrova-Antonova
  • Professor Volker Coors
  • Dr Thomas Kolbe
  • Dr Morakot Pilouk

Evening

6:00pm-7:30pm

 

Opening Drinks

 

Day 1 – 19 October 2022

Smart Cities & Smart Cities and Industry & Government

*schedule subject to change

Registration

8:00 am – 8:30am

 

 

 

 

 

 

Opening Ceremony

8:30am – 10:30am

Plenary

8:30am – 8:45am

Welcome to Country

Welcome and housekeeping

8:45am – 9:15am

Keynote: Minister Victor Dominello

Minister for Customer Service, Digital Government, Small Business and Fair Trading

9:20am – 9:50am

Keynote: Professor Volker Coors

Stuttgart University

9:50am – 10:20am

Keynote: Professor Flora Salim

The Future of Urban Mobility Analytics “

10:20am- 10:30am

Q&A Panel

Morning Tea

10:30am-11:30am

 

 

 

 

Mid-morning session

11:00am-12:30pm

Government & Planning in Smart Cities

Industry and Gov session 1

Plenary

Academic Session 1

Smart data modelling and simulation 1

Academic Session 2

Smart data modelling and simulation 2

11:00am-11:30am

Australian Government Perspectives 

González-Collazo, S. M.; Balado, J.; González, E.; Lorenzo, H.; Díaz Vilariño, L., Defining the Functional Space of bus Stops from MLS Point Clouds

 

Lamas, D.; Justo, A.; Soilan, M.; Riveiro, B., 3D Point Cloud to BIM: Automated Application to Define IFC Alignment and Roadway Width Entities from MLS-Acquired LiDAR Data of Mountain Roads.

 

Wysocki, O.; Grilli, E.; Hoegner, L.; Stilla, U., Combining visibility analysis and deep learning for refinement of semantic 3D building models by conflict classification

 

Heeramaglore, M.; Kolbe, T. H., Semantically Enriched VOXELS as a Common Representation for Comparison and Evaluation of 3D Building Models

Pei, W.; Stouffs, R.; Biljecki, F., Dataset for Urban Scale Building Stock Modelling: Identification and Review of Potential Data Collection Approaches

Aleksandrov, M.; Barton, J.; Pettit, C.; Soundararaj, B.; Zlatanova, S., Towards a Virtual Planning Support Theatre for City Planning and Design

Beil, C.; Kendir, M.; Ruhdorfer, R.; Kolbe, T. H., Dynamic and Web-based 4D Visualization of Streetspace Activities Derived from Traffic Simulations and Semantic 3D City Models

Nguyen, S. H.; Kolbe, T. H., Path-tracing Semantic Networks to Interpret Changes in Semantic 3D City Models

11:30am – 12:00pm

Dr Ian Opperman - 
NSW Chief Data Scientist
Industry Professor, UTS

 

12:00pm-12:15pm

LandIQ Digital Planning Tools used at DPE
James Strutt

 

 

 

12:15pm-12:45pm

PEXA Digital Planning Tools

 

 

Lunch

12:30pm – 1:30pm

 

 

 

 

Mid-afternoon session

1:30pm-3pm

Smart Cities in Action

Industry and Gov session 2

Plenary

Academic session 3

Smart data modelling and simulation 3

Academic session 4

Smart data modelling and simulation 4

1:30pm-2:00pm

Keynote:

Deputy Secretary Kiersten Fishburn  

Strauss, E.; Bulatov, D., A Region-based Machine Learning Approach for Self-Diagnosis of a 4D Digital Thermal Twin

 

Krapf, S.; Willenborg, B.; Knoll, K.; Bruhse, M.; Kolbe, T. H., Deep Learning for Semantic 3D City Model Extension: Modeling Roof Superstructures Using Aerial Images for Solar Potential Analysis

 

Hijazi, I.; Donaubauer, A.; Hamm, A.; Falkenstein, A.; Kolbe, T. H., Urban Growth Simulation Using Urban Dynamics and Citygml: A Use Case from The City of xxx

 

Gautier, C.; Delanoy, J.; Gesquiere, G., Integrating Multimedia Documents in 3D City Models for a Better Understanding of Territories

Meijers, M., Pcserve – ND-Point Clouds Retrieval over the WEB

 

Jafary, P.; Shojaei, D.; Rajabifard, A.; Ngo, T., A Framework to Integrate BIM with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning-based Property Valuation Methods

 

Xie, Y.; Atazadeh, B.; Rajabifard, A.; Olfat, H., Automatic Modelling of Property Ownership in BIM

 

Liu, A. H.; Ellul, C., Quantifying Geometric Changes in BIM-GIS Conversion

2:00pm-2:30pm

Planning and Executing Your Smart City Campaign

- Brook Dixon, Managing Director, Delos Delta 

2:30pm-3pm

Operational and Sensor Technology Smart Cities vendor presentation best practices (Honeywell, TBC)

Afternoon tea

3:00pm-3:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

Afternoon session

3:30pm-5:00pm

Data-Driven Smart Cities Insights 

Industry and Gov session 3

Plenary

Academic session 5

City and digital twins 1

Academic session 6

Smart data modelling and simulation 5

3:30pm-4:00pm

Building the Foundations for a Successful Digital Twin – 
1Spatial

Santhanavanich, T.; Padsala, R.; Würstle, P.; Coors, V., The Spatial Data Infrastructure of an Urban Digital Twin in the Building Energy Domain Using OGC Standards

 

Muñumer Herrero, E.; Ellul, C.; Cavazzi, S., Exploring Existing 3D Reconstruction Tools for the Generation of 3D City Models at Various LOD from a Single Data Source

 

Langenheim, N.; Sabri, S.; Chen, Y.; Kesmanis, A.; Felson, A.; Rajabifard, A.; Mueller, A.; Zhang, Y., Adapting a Digital Twin to Enable Real-time Water Sensitive Urban Design Decision-making

 

Alva, P; Biljecki, F.; Stouffs, R., Use Cases for District-scale Urban Digital Twins

Li, L.; Chen, K.; Luo, H., Parametric Modeling of Geological Cross Section for Shield Tunnel Design and Construction

 

Würstle, P.; Padsala, R.; Santhanavanich, T.; Coors, V., Viability Testing of Game Engine Usage for Visualization of Geospatial Standards

 

Schwab, B.; Kolbe, T. H., Towards Validating and Healing Parametric Road Space Models

 

Wang, M.; Wang, C. C.; Sepasgozar, S.; Zlatanova, S., A Time Efficient Quality Check Method Based on Laser Scanning for Installation of Prefabricated Wall Panels

4:00pm-4:30pm

Integrating sensor and third-party datasets to create meaningful smart city insights

Rakesh Patel, CTO & Founder, Site Lantern

 

 

 

4:30pm-5:00pm

Open City Data Panel

Chair – AURIN

 

 

 

Day 2 – 20 October 2022

PlanTech, Digital Planning tools, Digital Twins

*schedule subject to change

Opening registration

8:30am-9am

 

 

9:00am-10:30am

Plenary

Session 1

Smart data modelling and simulation 6

Session 2

Climate changes and energies 1

 

 

9:00am-9:30am

 

 

Keynote:
Professor Nick Bailey
University of Glasgow

 

Smart data, quality and accessibility”

Hildebrand, J.; Schulz, S.; Richter, R.; Döllner, J., Simulating LiDAR to Create Training Data for Machine Learning on 3D Point Clouds

 

Homainejad, N.; Zlatanova, S.; Pfeifer, N.; M. E. Sepasgozar, S., Influence of VOXEL Size and VOXEL Connectivity on the 3D Modelling of Heathland Parameters in Australia

 

Yao, M.; Li, X.; Wang, W. X.; Xie, L.; Tang, S., Semantic Segmentation of Indoor 3D Point Cloud by Joint Optimization of Geometric Features AND Neural Networks

 

Atkinson, R.; Hunter, A.; Car, N.; Purss, M.; Cochrane, B., Roadmap for Interoperable 3D Data Models in OGC APIS and Other Data Exchange Approaches

Jia, J.; Zlatanova, S.; Zhang, K.; Liu, H., Integrated Stormwater Analysis Model to Support Sustainable Urban Green Space Design

 

Ignatius, M.; Xu, R.; Hou, Y.; Liang, X.; Chen, S.; Wong, N. H; Biljecki, F., Local Climate Zones: Lessons from Singapore and Potential Improvement with Street View Imagery

 

Teimouri, R.; Karuppannan, S.; Sivam, A.; Gu, N.; Bassiri Abyaneh, A., Investigation of Urban Green Space Accessibility in Adelaide Metropolitan Area Using Network Analyst

 

Oxoli, D.; Brovelli, M. A., Virtual Tools Ecosystem for Periurban Green Areas Monitoring and Promotion: Outcomes and Outlooks of the Insubriparks Project

 

 

 

 

9:30am-10:00am

 

 

 

Keynote:
Professor Mike Batty
University College London

Digital Twins and the Computable City”

 

 

 

10am-10:30am

Panel

 

 

 

Morning Tea

10:30am-11:00am

 

 

 

Mid-morning session

11am-12:30pm

Session 3

Smart data modelling and simulation 7

Session 4

City and digital twin 2

Session 5

Smart data modelling and simulation 8

Session 6

Smart data modelling and simulation 9

 

 

 

11:00 am-11:30am

 

 

 

Colin, C.; Samuel, J.; Servigne, S.; Bortolaso, C.; Gesquiere, G., Creating Contextual View of CMMS Assets Using Geospatial 2D/3D Data

 

Aleksandrov, M.; Zlatanova, S.; Heslop, D., VOXEL Visualisation and Management Options in UNITY3D

 

Rottmann, P.; Haunert, J.; Dehbi, Y., Automatic Building Footprint extraction from 3D laserscans

 

Singh, A.; Kushwaha, S. K. P.; Nandy, S.; Padalia, H., Novel Approach for Forest Allometric Equation Modelling with RANSAC Shape Detection Using Terrestrial Laser Scanner

Diakité, A. A.; Ng, L.; Barton, J.; Rigby, M.; Williams, K.; Barr, S.; Zlatanova, S., Liveable City Digital Twin: A Pilot Project for the City of Liverpool (NSW, Australia)

 

Sabri, S.; Chen, Y.; Lim, D.; Zhang, Y.; Rajabifard, A., An Innovative Tool for Optimised Development Envelope Control (DEC) Analysis and Scenario Building in Digital Twin

 

Ellul, C., location-enabled Digital Twins - Challenges and Opportunities in a European Context

 

Khawte, S.; Koeva, M.; Gevaert, C. M.; Elberink, S. O.; Pedro, A. A., Digital Twin Creation for Slums in Brazil Based on UAV Data

Saldana-Perez, A. M. M.; Palma-Preciado, C.; Contreras-Jimenez, Y. Z.; Carillo-Garcia, N., Geovisualization Analysis of Gender Based Violence in Mexico City Using 3D Mapping Approach

 

Tomić, H.; Vučić, N.; Vranić, S.; Mastelić Ivić, S.; Paar, R.; Šantek, D., A Case Study of 3D Ownership Rights Registration as a Basis of Smart Urban Governance

 

Kada, M., 3D Reconstruction of Simple Buildings from Point Clouds using Neural Networks with Continuous Convolutions (ConvPoint)

 

Xie, R.; Zlatanova, .i; Lee, J. B., 3D Indoor-pedestrian Interaction in Emergencies: Review of Actual Evacuations and Simulation Models

Ishar, S. I.; Zlatanova, S.; Roberts, J. L., Automated 3D Modelling for Cultural Heritage: A Review

 

Taleai, M.; Mokhtari, M.; Zlatanova, S., 3D Based Smoke Emission of Fires and Emergency Evacuation Simulation in High-rise Buildings

 

La Guardia, M.; Koeva, M.; D'Ippolito, F.; Karam, S., 3D Data Integration for WEB Based Opensource WebGL Interactive Visualization

 

Jaud, Š.; Clemen, C.; Muhič, S.; Borrmann, A., Georeferencing in IFC: Meeting the Requirements of Infrastructure and Building Industries

 

 

11:30am- 12:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

12:00pm-12:30pm

 

 

Lunch

12:30pm – 1:30pm

 

 

 

Mid-afternoon session

1:30pm-3pm

Session 7

Smart data modelling and simulation 10

Session 8

COVID-19 and pandemic

Session 9

Smart cities planning and design 1

Session 10

Smart data modelling and simulation 11

1:30pm-2:00pm

de Vries, J.; Atun, F.; Koeva, M. N., Assessing Potential Disruptions from Earthquakes in the Historical Peninsula in Istanbul Using 3D Modelling

 

Vitalis, S.; Arroyo O., K.; Stoter, J., Applying Versioning to Multi-LOD 3D City Models

 

Kushwaha, S. K. P.; Mokros, M.; Jain, K., Enrichment of UAV Photogrammetric Point Cloud to Enhance DSM in a Dense Urban Region

 

Emamgholian, S.; Pouliot, J.; Shojaei, D.; Losier, L. M., A Web-based Planning Permit Assessment Prototype: Proof of Feasibility

Lee, E.; Son, B.; Lee, J., Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Demand of Public Bike System and ITS Correlation with Urban Life

 

Zarbakhsh, N.; McArdle, G., Explainable Machine Learning Model FOR Urban Traffic Congestion During COVID-19 Using Human Mobility and Street-Waste Features

 

Veisi, O.; Mohammadi, M.; Behnamifard, F., Using Remote Sensing and Big Data to Analysis Direct Solar Radiation Impacts on the Spread of Covid-19 (Case Studies: Six States of the United States)

 

Sonam, F.; Laefer, D. F., 3D Enablement of Place-based Pandemic Behaviors

Karayazi, S. S.; Dane, G.; Arentze, T., Spatial Interactions between Urban Heritages and Tourist Patterns in Amsterdam: Mining of Geotagged Flickr Data via Network and Text Mining Analysis

 

Anugraha, A. S.; Erdiza, H. P.; Apriyadi, D.; Aguscandra, B., Integration of Geospatial and Citizen Participation Using Geographic Information System for Smart City: A Study of Priority Villages Program in Jakarta, Indonesia

 

Karamitov, K.; Petrova-Antonova, D., Pedestrian Accessibility Assesment Using Spatial and Network Analysis: A Case of Sofia City

 

Rodriguez Antuñano, I.; Martínez Sánchez, J.; Lagüela López, S.; Riveiro Rodríguez, B., Towards More Resilient Smart Cities: MT-InSAR Monitoring of Urban Infrastructure Using Machine Learning Techniques

Marnat, L.; Gautier, C.; Colin, C.; Gesquière, G., Py3DTilers: An Open Source Toolkit for Creating and Managing 2D/3D Geospatial Data

 

Praharaj, S.; Wentz, E., Building Community Resilience through Geospatial Information Dashboards

 

Pritipadmaja; Garg, R. D., Evaluating the Impact of Climate Change on the Urban Environment Using Geospatial Technologies in Bhubaneswar, India

 

Alfakhori, M.; Coors, V.; Schneider, S.; Dastageeri, H., Occlusion Screening Using 3D City Models as a Reference Database for Mobile AR-applications

 

 

 

 

 

2:00pm-2:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

2:30pm-3pm

Afternoon Tea

3:00pm-3:30pm

 

 

 

Afternoon session

3:30pm-5pm

Plenary

Session 11

Smart cities planning and design 2

Session 12

Climate changes and energies 2

Session 13

Smart remote sensing

 

 

3:30pm-4:00pm

Keynote:

Scott Butterworth
Chief Data Analytics Officer, PEXA

Montilla, Y. M.; Leon Sanchez, C.; Lizarazo Salcedo, I., Design and Implementation of an Indoor Navigation System for Visually Impaired Users

 

Chen, Z.; Pouliot, J.; Hubert, F., Task Decomposition and Level of Complexity to Select the Content of Underground Utility Network Model

 

Abdul Muthalif, M. Z.; Shojaei, D.; Khoshelham, K., Augmented Reality Visualization Methods for Subsurface Utilities

 

Verma, R.; Zawadzka, J.; Garg, P. K., Insights to 11 Smart Cities of Uttar Pradesh, India through Spatial Pattern Analysis of Land Use/ Land Cover

Leon Sanchez, C.; Agugiaro, G.; Stoter, J., Development of a CITYGML-based 3D City Model Testbed for Energy-related Applications

Tufan, Ö.; Arroyo Ohori, K.; Leon Sanchez, C.; Agugiaro, G.; Stoter, J., Development and Testing of the CITYJSON Energy Extension for Space Heating Demand Calculation

 

Agugiaro, G.; Zwamborn, A.; Tigchelaar, C.; Matthijssen, E.; León Sánchez, C.; van der Molen, F.; Stoter, J, On the Influence of Party Walls for Urban Energy Modelling

 

Thuvander, L.; Somanath, S.; Hollberg, A., Procedural Digital Twin Generation for Co-creating in VR Focusing on Green Structures

Lokugam Hewage, C. N.; Vu Vo, A.; Bertolotto, M.; Laefer, D.; An Le Khac, N., 4SA: Optimizing Space Filling Curve Based Grid Cell Indexing to Scalably Manage Remotely Sensed Images in Key-value Databases

 

Yagoub, M. M.; Al Hosani, N.; Alshehhi, A.; Aldhanhani, S.; Albedwawi, S., Remote Sensing and GIS for Food Banks

 

Prabhakar, D.; Garg, P. K., Automatic Shadow Detection for High-resolution Remote Sensing Data

 

Hu, W.; Winter, S.; Khoshelham, K., Optimizing Urban Monitoring between Stationary, Opportunistic Vehicular, and Hybrid Sensing

 

4:00pm-4:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

4:30pm-5:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gala Dinner

6:30pm-10pm 

Keynote:

Hon. Minister Rob Stokes
Minister for Cities, Infrastructure and Active Transport

Day 3 – 21 October 2022

Smart Transport and Infrastructure

*schedule subject to change

Opening Registration

8:30am-9am

 

 

 

 

 

Morning session

9:00am-10:30am

Plenary

Session 1

Smart data modeling and simulation 12

Session 2

Smart cities planning and design 3

Session 3

Smart cities planning and design 4

9:00am-9:30am

Keynote:

Professor Debra Laefer
New York University

Accelerating AI advances in LiDAR – overcoming today’s obstacles”

Leplat, L.; Torres, R. d. S.; Aspen, D. M.; Amundsen, A., Vizplan: A Visual Analytics Platform for the Assessment of Multidimensional Indicators over Time

 

Roper, J.; Hudson, P.; Petersen, H.; Pettit, C.; Russell, T.; Ng, M., Colouring Australia: A Participatory Open Data Platform

 

Xu, H.; Wang, C. C.; Shen, X.; Zlatanova, S., Evaluating the Performance of High Level-of-Detail Tree Models in Microclimate Simulation

Das, I.; Praharaj, S., Public Spaces Under the Smart Cities Paradigm in India

Osu, T.; Navarra, D., Development of a Data Governance Framework for Smart Cities

 

Inoue, T.; Manabe, R.; Murayama, A.; Koizumi, H., The Effect of Culture-specific Differences in Urban Streetscapes on the Inference Accuracy of Deep Learning Models

Jahn, M. W.; Kuper, P. V.; Breunig, M., Efficient Spatio-temporal Modelling to Enable Topological Analysis

 

Saeidian, B.; Rajabifard, A.; Atazadeh, B.; Kalantari, M.¸Extending CITYGML 3.0 to Support 3D Underground Land Administration

 

Waseem, M. A.; Basheer, M. A.; Tahir, M.; Uppal, M. A., Estimating Spatio-Temporal Urban Development Using AI

 

9:30am-10:00am

 

 

 

10am-10:30am

 

 

Morning Tea

10:30am-11:00am

 

 

 

 

Mid-Morning session

11:00am-12:30pm

Session 4

Smart cities planning and design 5

Session 5

Smart Transportation 1

Session 6

Digital twin special session

 

11:00am-11:30am

Wang, T.; Wan, L., A Novel Use of Latent Class Modelling to Understand the Heterogeneity of Urban Land Use Efficiency in China

 

Rahman, A.; Usama, M.; Tahir, M.; Uppal, M., Data Driven Framework for Analysis of Air Quality Landscape for the City of Lahore

 

Basheer, M. A.; Waseem, M. A., Spatiotemporal Analysis of Urban Growth and Land Surface Temperature: A Case Study of Lahore, Pakistan

 

KIM, H. JO, S. LEEM, Y. LEE, S., Analysis on the Evolutionary Characteristics of Industrial DNA from Smart City Perspectives in South Korea

Xu, Y.; Ma, X.; Pan, M.; Jiang, K., A Two-stage Simulation Approach of Urban Transport Emission Evaluation towards Carbon Peak: A Case Study in Suzhou, China

 

Pantazis, D.; Argyrakis, P.; Moussas, V.; Geroulis, G.; Christina Daveronna, A.; Stergiou, C.; Voyiatzis, I.; Aposporis, P., Smart Transport for Smart Cities: A Futuristic Scenario and a Realistic Project

 

Osaragi, T.; Miyashita, H., Evaluation of Time LOSS due to Uneven Distribution of Railway Passengers Getting on and off

VIVE 1

 

VIVE 2

 

Knezevic, M.; Donaubauer, A.; Moshrefzadeh, M.; Beil, C.; Willenborg, B.; Kolbe, T. H., Managing Urban Digital Twins with an Extended Catalog Service

 

Oti-Sarpong, K.; Bastidas Melo, V. A.; Nochta, T.; Wan, L.; Tang, J.; Schooling, J., A Social Construction of Technology View for Understanding the Delivery of City-scale Digital Twins

 

11:30am-12:00pm

12:00pm-12:30pm

Lunch

12:30pm – 1:30pm

 

 

 

 

Mid afternoon session

1:30pm-3pm

 Plenary

Session 7

Smart cities planning and design 6

Session 8

Smart cities planning and design 7

 

1:30pm-2:00pm

Prof Sugie Lee,
Hanyang University, Seoul Korea

Ivaria, N. E.; Wachowicz, M.; Williams, P. A. H.; Agnew, T., Discovering Clustering Patterns from E-counter Data Streams

 

Al Mosuli, B. S. T.; Allan, A., Planning for Legacy - A Cost Effective and Sustainable Approach. Case Study: Dubai EXPO 2020

 

Sun, C.; Wang, K.; Tao, Y., iHVI: An Open-source Toolkit for Constructing Integrated Heat Vulnerability Index in Australia

Ma, B.; Yan, J., A Theoretical Path Computation Model for Rectangular Rigid-bodies Entering an Entrance

 

Gaw, L. Y.-F.; Chen, S.; Chow, Y. S.; Lee, K.; Biljecki, F., Comparing Street View Imagery and Aerial Perspectives in the Built Environment

 

Zhang, Z.; Song, Y.; Luo, P.; Wu, P., Earth Observation for Land Cover and Human-Environment Interactions

 

2:00pm-2:30pm

 

2:30pm-3pm

 

Afternoon Tea

3:00pm-3:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

Afternoon session

3:30pm-5:00pm

Session 9

Smart Transportation 2

Session 10

Smart Transportation 3

Session 11

Smart cities planning and design 8

 

3:30pm-4:00pm

Lai, Y; Lin, J.; Zhang, Z.; Zhu, H.; Narsilio, G.; Tomko, M.; Jowett, K. J., Testing Ground Conditions for Effective Buried Sensor Wireless LORAWAN Signal Transmission

 

Dunne, L.; McArdle, G., A Large scale method for extracting Geographical Features of Bus Routes to Assess their Impact on Bus Speed and Reliability

 

Lu, Y.; Laffan, S.; Pettit, C., The Integration of Cellular Automata and What if? for Scenario Planning: Future Residential Expansion in the City of Ipswich

Harshit, H.; Kushwaha, S. K. P.; Jain, K., Geometric Features Interpretation of Photogrammetric Point Cloud from Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

 

Abdul Rahman, M.; Aamir Basheer, M.; Khalid, Z.; Tahir, M.; Uppal, M., Last Mile Logistics: Impact of Unstructured Addresses on Delivery Times

Bokhari, A., Eco-parking for Electrical Vehicle: Model Design and Future for Smart City

White, M.; Huang, X.; Langenheim, N.; Schofield, R.; Livesley, S.; Stevenson, M.; Seneviratne, S., Why are People still not Walking? The Need for a Micro-scaled Multi-criteria Spatio-temporal Design Approach to Improve Walk-quality

 

Merchan Zorro, L.; Vivas Meza, A. A.; Bautista Acosta, O. D.; Castro Barrera, H. E.; Peña Bastidas, J. R.; Guzman Garcia, L. A.; Hernandez Peñaloza, J. T., A Spatio-temporal Visual Analytics Tool for Simulated Transport Oriented-land Use Urban Planning Data

 

Kumalasari, D.; Koeva, M.; Vahdatikhaki, F.; Petrova-Antova, D., Generative Design for Walkable Cities: A Case Study of Sofia

 

4:00pm-4:30pm

4:30pm-5:00pm

Closing remarks

 

The Smart Cities and Smart Data Conference is coming to Sydney on the 18th – 21st of October. With many international academic delegates flying in for the event, you don’t want to miss this opportunity to hear from some of the world’s leading academics. To help make this happen a half day PhD symposium and poster competition will be held on the 18th of October, the day before the main conference starts allowing local and international PhD students to discuss their work with each other and specially invited academic mentors.

Deadlines and requirements are as follows:

  • 15th August – 16th September (or until tickets are sold out): Submit a title for the work you want to share on the day, along with a 100-word abstract and a brief description of your field of expertise. it’s okay if your topic changes – just give us a rough outline. Payment for the event is to be made on submission ($26.88) along with abstract details. The Symposium will be capped at 30 participants so be sure to get in quick.
  • 23rd September: Notification of your assigned group (along with abstracts) and academic mentor.
  • 7th October: Submit a digital version of your poster. Poster requirements are outlined here.
  • 18th October: Arrive at UNSW with a printed copy of your poster ready to present to your group. Each person will be given 10 minutes to present and 10 minutes for discussion and feedback.
  • 19th-21st October: Posters will be displayed in the foyer throughout the main conference. You are invited to buy a separate ticket to attend the conference at a discounted student rate.
  • 21st October: Poster award winner ($100 first place, $50 each of two runners up) announced at conference close.
Poster Guidelines

The schedule for the symposium will be as follows:

9:00am

Welcome

9:30am – 10:45am

Small group presentations

10:45am – 11:00am

Break (morning tea included)

11:00am – 12:15pm

Small group presentations

12:15pm – 1:00pm

Panel discussion with invited academics

1:00pm onwards

Social lunch and drinks at Regent Hotel (food and drink not included in registration)

 

The symposium is open to all international and domestic research candidates (Masters and PhD) whose research is interested in city analytics, GIS, digital twins, smart cities and data science and/or their impacts on society, city management or urban planning. We hope to make the most of this opportunity to meet in person and on behalf of the conference committee, we look forward to welcoming you all to UNSW.

Please forward any questions about the event to: Claire Daniel (PhD representative to the conference committee) at claire.daniel@student.unsw.edu.au