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Making Cities Work – Technology in Planning Practice

Making Cities Work – Technology in Planning Practice, takes place in Dublin from the 15th – 16th October 2015. The biennial conference which has been running for over two decades in different European cities is being hosted in Dublin for 2015. As a hub for a large number of innovative technology and ICT companies, Dublin is an ideal venue in which to explore how technology can assist us in future planning decisions.

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Exploring new technologies in urban planning practises and innovative projects which employ these technological advances will be examined and discussed at the biennial. Practical workshops and plenary sessions will explore the following themes:

  • ICT / Informatics
  • Urban Mobility
  • City Leadership and Governance
  • Mapping and Information Systems
  • Spatial Planning and Energy

Speakers include Colette Maloney, James Mary O’Connor, Dr. Hugh Ellis, Professor Rob Kitchen and Martin Powell. The biennial speakers range from those in academia to private industry.

The biennial represents a rare opportunity to combine planning and technology professionals with a host of built environment practitioners and if you would like to be a part of this event please follow this link.