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Professor Andrew Hudson-Smith is Director of Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA)  at University College London. Andy hold a Chair in Digital Urban Systems and is Editor-in-Chief of Future Internet Journal; he is also an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a member of the Greater London Authority Smart London Board and Course Founder of the  MRes in Advanced Spatial Analysis and Visualisation at University College London. Andy is also course founder of the MSc in Smart Cities and Urban Analytics and the MRes in Smart Cities at CASA. He oversees 20 research associate staff, is directly responsible for 6 lecturing staff, 2 Professors, 12 PhD students. Total personal grant income from 2009 exceeds £6.5 million with projects across multiple sectors and disciplines. He is also a member of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Smart Cities.

With a focus on key research around smart cities, digital communication and the Internet of Things his work has featured widely in the media including, Sky Television, The New York Times, The Guardian and most recently, The One Show, Channel 4 News, New Scientist, Wired, ABC Australia, The Japan Times, BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 5.

The blog aims to cover everything relating to sensing, mapping and visualising digital technologies in urban environments, with a view towards smart cities, smart places and urban technology.


1 Comment

  1. David Fallon - August 12, 2013

    Hi ,

    I would like to contact you about a visualisation research project based in the Future City platform.
    Perhaps you could send me your contact details please?

    Kind regards,

    David Fallon

    00353 879 881 585

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