Using real-time data for understanding temperature behaviour in outdoor environments
Authors: Walls, Wendy L.; Barrins, Joseph M.
The use of sensor based real-time data offers valuable insights into the management of temperature conditions in outdoor environments. Where city temperatures have been traditionally measured at static locations, emerging sensing and data logging technology now allows for localised data collection that can provide information on site specific temperature behaviours. Viewed in this way, real-time temperature information has the potential to allow design decision making to be responsive to specific place conditions and adaptable to changing future situations.
- Architecture and Environment
- Architecture and Social Research
- Building and City Information Modelling
- Buildings and Energy
- Built Environment Performance Assessment
- Construction, Materials and Technology
- Design Education and Design Research
- Environment and Landscape Architecture
- Generative, Parametric and Evolutionary Architecture
- Interactive Environments and Collaboration
- Modes of Product and Mass Customisation
- Theory, Philosophy and Methodology in Architectural Science
- Thermal Comfort, Lighting and Acoustics