About Martin Traunmueller

Martin is an architect and digital urbanist from Austria. After his architecture studies in Vienna, Martin worked as design architect in Dubai and Vienna before he joined the Adaptive Architecture and Computation course at The Bartlett/UCL. Currently, he is in the finale stage of his PhD. in Computer Science at the Intel Collaborative Research Institute on Sustainable Connected Cities (ICRI on Cities, UCL). Martin is highly interested in investigating the physical and digital relationships between an urban environment and it’s inhabitants, especially in the field of urban pedestrian navigation and its relation to digital media. Follow Martin on Twitter MAVhugs and connect on LinkedIn.

The Likeways Approach to Urban Navigation: Using Social Media to Support a City’s Walkability

Pedestrian Navigation… and the City One of the most common buzz-words in an ever increasing smart world is the ‘walkability’ of a city. Walkability describes the pedestrian-friendliness a city offers to its population and hence, has great impact on the city’s...
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