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van Gemert, Guus (author)
In the future smart city, living and working in the city will have major changes. For architecture, this means a different approach in connectionen area's, neighbourhoods, functions and spaces.
master thesis 2019
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Jackson, Gustaf (author)
Proposal for a new neighbourhood in the city of Eindhoven, with a particular focus on one of its residential blocks.

This thesis challenges the overly-simplistic (and economically-driven) responses to urban loneliness offered by convenience-oriented modes of co-living, and responds with a workable alternative that seeks to embed a more...
master thesis 2018
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Kihara, Tomo (author)
Escape the Smart City is a critical pervasive game for creating awareness about the implications of AI-surveillance technology in the smart city. It responds to growing concerns over the mass deployment of surveillance cameras that are enhanced with artificial intelligence (AI) which are turning the cities into digital panopticons (Sadowski &...
master thesis 2018
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Heezen, Marjolein (author)
master thesis 2018
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Kalkman, Peter (author)
This graduation thesis critically reflects on the Smart City. It critiques certain values embedded in the technology used to source and analyse data, and manage the city, when it comes to the world of human experience. The theoretical critique is eventually expressed in a critical design. Applying the values of the Smart City to the feral pigeon.
master thesis 2018
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Berendsen, Lizzy (author)
Many cities are embracing ICT and other technological innovations as a development strategy. Governments gather and distribute open data as they see sharing data as a responsibility of a transparent government. However, the representation of this data is typically hard to understand and difficult to use. The main problem that open data systems...
master thesis 2018
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Sarkar, Alankrita (author)
With the emergence of the latest concept of smart cities, there is a rapid change of lifestyle and a mass migration to cities. At the same time, cities have high demands of infrastructure such as transport and building, and resources such as food, water, and energy, as well as issues like scarcity of adequate land, unapproachable government. All...
master thesis 2017
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Lemmens, Erik (author)
master thesis 2017
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Smink, G. (author)
In the Paris Agreement a total of 195 countries agreed on a legally binding climate deal to bridge towards climate-neutrality before the end of the century. This requires affordable zero emission, heat and transport systems. This research answers the question whether solar and wind generated electricity, with the integration of fuel cell...
master thesis 2017
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Verburg, S. (author)
In recent years, a new culture has arisen in which citizens use technology to make and learn for themselves. This culture, called maker culure, has gathered the attention of the municipality of Delft as a means to have citizens contribute to long term municipality goals outlined in a Smart City vision. This master thesis explores how maker...
master thesis 2017
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Kyritsis, D. (author)
As world urbanization continues apace and total population increases, there is an immediate demand for better monitoring and exploitation of space. In view of the above, the “Smart Cities” concept has been developed and numerous efforts are made to deploy technology to this end. The main information needed for city development and planning is...
master thesis 2017
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Kazil, K. (author)
This project examines the current state of the art of using public participation in urban planning, resulting in a proposal for a new online participatory tool. Amongst other advantages, involving citizens in urban planning projects reduces the cost, time & risk of implementation, while the incorporation of ‘local knowledge’ in the decision...
master thesis 2017
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Hartemink, N.A. (author)
The Smart City concept is becoming a new urban development strategy. Dutch cities, like Amsterdam and Eindhoven, are trying to develop Smart Urban Districts, driven by European funding. In this effort Practitioners and academics notify many barriers towards successful implementation of Smart City initiatives. Apart from financial, technical,...
master thesis 2016
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Kastelijns, M. (author)
Sensor data plays a significant role in our life. Sensors are devices that can sense our environment. This sensor data is part of the Sensor Web and needs a vast data infrastructure design, because many organisations are involved, the abundance of different sensors and because of the big volume of data and near-real time data. The extent to...
master thesis 2016
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Parbhoesingh, D.V.D. (author)
The timeline for mobility starts with the invention of the wheel 11.500 years ago. Another 5.500 years pass before the next paradigm shift of the wheeled car. A gradual series of technological advances eventually accelerated to the invention of the first ‘’auto’’mobile. During the 20th centure things are speeding up: Automatic transmission,...
master thesis 2016
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Nenciu, G. (author)
Despite the high expectations regarding the potential value that Big Open and Linked Data (BOLD) can enable in smart cities, the research on the topic is scarce. The present study responds to this need by conducting a foresight study with core interest the long-term impact of BOLD on smart cities. Moreover, the research develops a model for...
master thesis 2016
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Van der Veen, E.M.A. (author)
Amsterdam Smart City is a collaboration effort between industry, academia and municipality of Amsterdam. Their core function is facilitation of pilot project throughout the city for their partners, to test smart solutions which can solve urban issues. This organisation receives a lot of attention from international cities to see successes from...
master thesis 2015
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