CSIRO's Darwin Living Lab webinar series

Sensor networks can collect important information about our urban environments. This can include data on rainfall, dust, noise and humidity levels. Global advances in sensors mean that it’s now possible to collect and communicate data for specific locations, in real time. This webinar will explore opportunities for the ethical use of urban sensor network data, and how this can help to create cool and liveable tropical cities.

Event date: 26Nov 2020

Thursday 26 Nov 2020

Online virtual event

  • 2.30pm to 3.30pm (Darwin - ACST)

Webcast login details will be emailed to registrants

More information

The webinar is relevant for planners, consultants, students, researchers and anyone with an interest in smart cities and big data.

We’ll hear from smart cities and sensor experts, including:


  Adam Beck

Adam Beck

Executive Director, Smart Cities Council

Smart cities - catalysing investment in technology and data to accelerate liveability, workability and sustainability


  Krishan Maheson

Krishan Maheson

Digital Innovations Manager, City of Darwin

Switching on Darwin
 


  Marco Amati

Dr Marco Amati

Associate Professor, RMIT University

Shadeways: co-designing cool routes for a climate resilient urban future
 


  Martin Cope

Dr Martin Cope

Principal research scientist, CSIRO

Smart sensor data for air quality modelling
 


Future Darwin Living Lab webinars will include:

  • Community values and urban greening in Darwin
  • A Digital Twin of Darwin to monitor and navigate change
  • Tracking Darwin: reporting on the monitoring, evaluation and learning framework
  • Larrakia biodiversity knowledge and values

Science areas: Environment and Information technology and Education

Event type: Online