National Director - Education, Science & Technology
Space optimisation and efficient use of a limited budget is a proven challenge for institutions everywhere. The rise of technology has led to the development of using data to help tackle this issue. Data Driven Design is an emerging methodology that connects the built environment to predictive analytics and operational design through computational design. HDR helps to unlock the power of data to inform planning and growth projections. They integrate computational design, data analytics and operations design to work with assisting in planning ‘smarter’.
In this Session…
- Utilising data to plan for growth through understanding planning objectives and growth
- Identifying planning priorities based on student/population growth
- Understanding the colocation of academics based on research output to assist in driving collaboration
- Harnessing room utilisation to test and plan for usage and growth to allow improved management of university capital budgets