Customer success story: University of Auckland
Learn how experts and PhD scholars at the University of Auckland study human mobility to suggest urban design and architecture improvements.
Scholars at the University of Auckland study human mobility to suggest urban design and architecture improvements
As part of their master's program and doctoral study, researchers from the university use mobile location data to conduct advanced multidisciplinary research in design-based and professional education in architecture, urban planning, and heritage conservation.
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To learn how researchers from University of Auckland along with their colleagues from the University of Buffalo, NY, USA use location data to observe mobility patterns around specific spaces, and study people's interactions and relationships with them. This success story discusses how findings from the analysis of location data can be fruitful in assessing and optimising the usage of urban spaces and public services during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Quadrant offers excellent coverage of data resources and services supporting education and research institutions, not always found with many data providers. The Quadrant consultant team is efficient and accommodating to ensure the needed support is met. We are pleased to have found a great provider and are looking forward to future collaborations with Quadrant.”
~HOD : Architecture and Planning, University of Auckland
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