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Image of cars - nose to tail

Journalists like to claim that we’ve...

Ryan Falconer

Ryan Falconer

09 February 2017 / 5 Comment(s)

Chart showing seismic activity in the central Pacific area

The creative and productive possibilities offered...

Josh Symonds

Josh Symonds

24 November 2016 / 5 Comment(s)

How should we design for a networked world? Credit: DaeWha Kang

We are entering an era where digital information...

DaeWha Kang

DaeWha Kang

04 July 2016 / 6 Comment(s)

Digital passengers: the revolution will be incremental

For some years digital technology has promised...

Justin Powell

Justin Powell

28 April 2016 / 1 Comment(s)

Electric meter

The power of real-time data is nothing new. Since...

Juan Fernandez

Juan Fernandez

14 January 2016 / 0 Comment(s)

Occupant behaviour diagram

Despite advances in building design, reducing...

Jimmy Tong

Jimmy Tong

14 December 2015 / 6 Comment(s)

Share data image

In this increasingly digital age, I think the...

Tim Gammons

Tim Gammons

05 October 2015 / 2 Comment(s)

Data mining word cloud

There are many great examples of firms like Arup...

Tim Mote

Tim Mote

17 August 2015 / 6 Comment(s)

Digital sign

What’s the secret to the success of...

Ben Cooper-Woolley

Ben Cooper-Woolley

06 August 2015 / 15 Comment(s)

Binary code explosion

We’re in the middle of an information...

Tristram Carfrae

Tristram Carfrae

08 June 2015 / 6 Comment(s)

Dulles International Airport wayfinding signage

What if you could carry out a post-occupancy...

Alvise Simondetti

Alvise Simondetti

26 March 2015 / 4 Comment(s)

Satellite and Earth

I think that current advances in satellite...

Josef Hargrave

Josef Hargrave

02 February 2015 / 1 Comment(s)

A model of ProjectOVE

What if you could bring together all the...

Andrew Duncan

Andrew Duncan

29 January 2015 / 3 Comment(s)

London Heat Map graphic. Credit: Arup / UK Space Agency

Open data could help planners and designers...

Damien McCloud

Damien McCloud

15 December 2014 / 3 Comment(s)

Image of genetic algorithms.

Will we ever see computers take over from...

Peng Liu

Peng Liu

24 November 2014 / 0 Comment(s)

Security concept image

Today, data belongs to whoever collects it, or to...

Irene Ng

Irene Ng

20 November 2014 / 1 Comment(s)

University of Aberdeen - New Library. Credit: Adam Mørk

Are you an engineer or a designer? Would you be...

Erin Morrow

Erin Morrow

17 November 2014 / 4 Comment(s)

Robot constructing a wall. Credit: image © gramazio & kohler, ETH

In the past, robots were used for specialist jobs...

Alvise Simondetti

Alvise Simondetti

03 November 2014 / 3 Comment(s)

Ticket barriers in Town Hall Station, Sydney. Credit Anthony Crescini

Imagine if you didn’t have to plan and book...

Volker Buscher

Volker Buscher

25 September 2014 / 5 Comment(s)

Beijing National Stadium, Olympic Stadium, Beijing

In the Netherlands, where I work, building...

Sander Boogers

Sander Boogers

07 August 2014 / 2 Comment(s)

Hazard Owl world map of natural disasters

An essential part of resilience in the face of...

Tim Mote

Tim Mote

21 July 2014 / 1 Comment(s)

Communication antennas and mobile phone masts clutter a hillside overlooking a city. (iStock #5540809)

Could pursuing the rational, clinical urbanism of...

Julien Eaton

Julien Eaton

12 September 2013 / 2 Comment(s)

The interior of a modern data centre. Hard drives mounted in rows of racks. Source: Fotolia #41283463.

Putting data centres at the heart of Smart Cities...

Michael Beaven

Michael Beaven

12 June 2013 / 6 Comment(s)

Extract from a visualisation of noise levels associated with a major motorway junction. Credit and copyright Arup.

Do you digest data more effectively if it’s...

Ben Cooper-Woolley

Ben Cooper-Woolley

23 August 2012 / 9 Comment(s)

High-speed data and mobile communications technology is allowing us to think differently about how we plan and develop urban spaces, making cities a platform for plug and play applications. Australia is currently rolling out a national broadband...

Michelle Tabet

Michelle Tabet

02 August 2012 / 5 Comment(s)