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Urban and Geographical Information
Submission Deadline: May 15, 2024 (Open) Submit Now
Yusuke Kataoka, PhD, Associate Professor
Department of Management, Faculty of Contemporary Business, Kyoto Tachibana University, Kyoto, Japan
Research Interests: Spatial information science; Urban analysis; Geographic information system; Spatial data analysis; Facility layout; Accessibility evaluation
Eyal Ben-Dor, PhD, Professor
Remote Sensing Laboratory, Department of Geography and the Human Environment, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv 69978, Israel
Research Interests: Hyperspectral remote sensing; Environmental monitoring; Soil spectroscopy; Precision agriculture; Sustainability; Soil mapping; Spatial analysis
About This Topic
Urbanization, is an ongoing process that takes place under a global domain. This has advantages such as promoting economic development and information exchange, but at the same time has also disadvantages such as soaring prices and worsening uneven distribution of wealth. Phenomena in cities are extremely multifaceted with complex intertwining factors, and many of the problems that cities face are not easy to solve. In an advanced information society, it is essential to collect and effectively utilize data in order to understand urbanization issues and deal with them in the future. In the special issue of ''Urban and Geographical Information,'' we would like to consider location-related information collectively as geographic information, and explore the possibilities of approaches that can use geographic information to enrich the activities of people and authorities' management withing the cities vicinity. Subject areas may include, but are not limited to:
- Smart Sustainable Cities
- Geographic Information System
- Urban Design and Visualization
- Web Mapping
- Mobility as a Service
- Remote Sensing
- Spatial Data Science
- Citizen Science
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