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CASA at DIS 2014

CASA at DIS 2014

30 June 2014

CASA researcher Dr Martin de Jode recently attended the 2014 conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2014) in Vancouver, Canada (June 21-25) where he co-presented a Demo entitled "The Haggle-O-Tron: design intervention in ...
CASA collaborates with Transport Systems Catapult on the launch of its Imovation Centre

CASA collaborates with Transport Systems Catapult on the launch of its Imovation Centre

06 June 2014

The Transport Systems Catapult is holding the "Imagine Festival: Explore Intelligent Mobility" event on its new centre in Milton Keynes from the 9th until the 19th of June. A series of events have ...
CASA Director honoured by UCL Provost's Spirit of Enterprise Award

CASA Director honoured by UCL Provost's Spirit of Enterprise Award

CASA Director, Dr Andrew Hudson-Smith, was last night honoured at the UCL Enterprise Awards 2014 with the last award of the evening, the UCL Provost's Spirit of Enterprise Award.
CASA Collaborates with the Future Cities Catapult

CASA Collaborates with the Future Cities Catapult

CASA is set to collaborate with the Future Cities Catapult to further develop data simulation models and a visualisation platform, on which to create immersive analytical decision-making tools for cities. 
London Evolution Animation narrates the history of London

London Evolution Animation narrates the history of London

Produced by the Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA), the London Evolution Animation narrates the history of London from the Roman times of Londinium until the present day. The animation maps the ...

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