More tools for data collection, analysis and presentation does not automatically mean better insights and decisions. What do urban professionals need to know about the new urban data landscape? Join us for a wide-ranging conversation about new forms of data – public, private, spatial, volunteered and more – in the city. This panel discussion features Andy Yan (SFU City Program), Evi Mustel (Mustel Group) and Linda Low (City of Vancouver), moderated by Peter Hall (SFU Urban Studies). Hosted by the Urban Land Institute, SFU Urban Studies Program and SFU City Program.
3:30pm – 4:00pm – Registration and Networking
4:00pm – 5:20pm – Panel Discussion
*light refreshments and snacks will be available during registration/networking
We will be gathering in Room HC7000.
SFU Students: Complimentary (email firstname.lastname@example.org to register)
*All fees are in CDN dollars.
Phone/Fax/Email: January 20, 2017
Online: January 23, 2017
Download a registration form to fax/email in. Alternatively, register online via the link below or contact ULI Customer Service at 1.800.321.5011.
Space will be limited, so be sure to sign up early!
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