With the previous knowledge acquired in the courses of Sustainable Cities, Databases and Geographic Information Systems, this course will cover methodologies, processes and tools supported namely by databases, geographic information systems and open data to deliver urban intelligent solutions.
To reach this objective the course will adopt a project based approach including two distinct sections. One covering geographic information systems to undertake spatial analysis and another one in the field of data management and visualization through the use of dashboards.
Miguel de Castro Simões Ferreira Neto
Weekly - Available soon
Total - Available soon
Portuguese. If there are Erasmus students, classes will be taught in English
Previous knowledge in data bases.
On line resources
Computers labs with project based approach using ESRI Arc GIS (Part I) and Microsoft Power BI (Part II).
a) GIS Project
b) Dashboard Project
c) Final Exam
Grading, in both exam seasons, will result from the following evaluation variables weights:
To pass a minimum of 9,5 must be obtained in the final exam.
- Groups composition defined by the students
- Maximum number of group members: 2
T.1 - Geographic Information Systems
1.2 Geospatial Technology as a Key to Smart Cities
1.3 Power of Mapping a City
1.4 How does GIS can work for our city
1.5 Smart GIS applications for SMART Cities (Case Studies)
1.5.1 Spatial problems
1.5.2 Data acquisition
1.5.3 Data quality
1.5.4 Modelling and data analysis tools
1.5.5 Data sharing
T.2 ¿ Information Dashboard Design
2.2 Information Design
2.3 Dashboard Design Challenges
2.4 Dashboard Design Best Practices
2.5 Power BI
2.5.1 Introducing Power BI
2.5.2 Getting data
2.5.3 Building a data model
2.5.4 Creating reports and dashboards
2.5.5 Advanced topics: sharing a dashboard; refreshing data; and enterprise integration