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GIS for Zoonosis Analysis in

Durban, South Africa

This project introduces an innovative system that combines spatial data and established  epidemiological  criteria to  evaluate  the  risks  of  infectious  disease spread in cities, particularly through rodent borne zoonoses.
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Raster based GIS for urban

Management

A low-cost solution for developing countries This approach tries to encourage local authorities to work with spatial technologies and (mainly) freely available data, applying local solutions and soft ideas.
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Limits of Formal Planning in

Managing the Urban

Development

The German Regional Development Scheme as a procedure that may be adapted to enhance the the formal planning process into national legislation in Poland. Chapter by Rolf Schütt.
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RESEARCH

Research Work

We are passionate about research and knowledge development. We have contributed to a number of research projects in the last 15 years. Here is a list of some of our recent publications and conference contributions. Papers, Book Chapters, Conference Speeches Planning Support System for the Implementation of Renewable Energies and Model City Redevelopment. In “Planning Support Science for Smarter Urban Futures” Editors Stan Geertman, Andrew Allan, John Stillwell and Chris Pettit, University of South Australia. Publisher: Springer, Berlin/ Heidelberg Hardcover ISBN: 978-3-319-57818-7 M. Baranowska, R. Schütt: Interdisciplinary assessment of rodent-borne diseases and epidemic outbreak risks in the urban scale with the use of geographic information systems, co-author with Magdalena Baranowska, Pratigya Balaji, Vijay Santhanam en PROCEEDINGS OF CUPUM 2015 The 14th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management Planning Support Systems and Smart Cities (paper No. 255, 20p) - Joseph Ferreira, Jr. and Robert Goodspeed, ed. 2015 – 2015 MIT, Cambridge, USA ISBN: 978-0-692-47434-1 R. Schütt: Revitalisation of the Ribera de los Ingenios in the historical core of Potosi, Bolivia. Paper in Water and Cities - Managing a Vital Relationship:698-687 - Amos Brandeis, ed., 2014 The Hague, Netherlands ISBN: 978-94-90354-30-5 R. Schütt: The Regional Development Scheme- An Informal Collaboration instrument in the German Planning Practice, Paper in Limits of Formal Planning in Managing the Urban Development, Regional Workshop of International Society of City and Regional Planners:129-142, Lodz, Poland - Malgorzata Hanzl, ed., 2014, Lodz, Poland R. Schütt: Socio-Cultural and Historical Identity: A Place for Dalian with Dalian Coauthor in Young Planning Professionals 2008-2011 – International Society of City and Regional Planners, The Hague, 2013, Netherlands ISBN 978-94-90354-14-5 R. Schütt: Raster based GIS for Urban Management: a Low-Cost Solution for Developing Countries – Case study: Analysis of the city of Warsaw Proceedings of the 44th ISOCARP Congress, Dalian, China, on "Urban Growth without Sprawl - A Way Towards Sustainable Urbanization" 2008, The Urban Planning Society of China UPSC, ISOCARP - ISBN 978-7-900709-41-7 R. Schütt: GIS based planning support system in Glasgow. Case study: The Glasgow Canals regeneration, paper in “Proceedings of the 10th international conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management”:231-250 - Da Silva, A. and De Souza, L., ed. 2007 University of Sao Paulo – Sao Carlos, Brazil - ISBN 978-85-85205-77-5 R. Schütt: Towards a sustainable documentation with the use of GIS and digital inventorying in Bolivia, paper in Bini, M., ed. Proceedings of the “XI International Seminar Forum UNESCO; University and Heritage - Documentation for Conservation and Development, new strategies for the future”. 2006, Florence, Italy, ISBN-10 88-8453-494-1 R. Schütt: The positive side effects of the implementation of GIS on heritage management in developing countries, Paper in Richards, H. and Arias, V., ed. “Proceedings of the Symposium on Integrating Geospatial Perspectives and Education in Archaeology -  Society for American Archaeology, Annual Meeting; 2006 Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA R. Schütt: The use of GIS for the protection of World Heritage: A case-study of the Misiones region, Bolivia, paper in "International Conference in Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management" (paper No. 314, 17p), Susan Batty, ed., Centre of Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London, 2005 London, UK – ISBN 0-9550581-0-4 Other Conference Interventions Regen 2014, Exhibition and Conference for the UK Regeneration Industry The Rum Warehouse, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 25 – 26 June 2014 2005 ENVIRINFO (Environmental Informatics Conference) Workshop on Tools for Emergencies and Disaster Management Including Earth Observation in One World (WS 3), 7 September 2005 Von Handaufmaß bis High Tech - International Conference on Digital Heritage Documentation, January 2005 Online References
© 2006 - 2015 Systemarchi

GIS for Zoonosis Analysis in

Durban, South Africa

This project introduces an innovative system that combines spatial data and established  epidemiological  criteria to  evaluate  the  risks  of  infectious  disease spread in cities, particularly through rodent borne zoonoses.
more info more info
RESEARCH

Research Work

We are passionate about research and knowledge development. We have contributed to a number of research projects in the last 15 years. Here is a list of some of our recent publications and conference contributions. Papers, Book Chapters, Conference Speeches Planning Support System for the Implementation of Renewable Energies and Model City Redevelopment. In “Planning Support Science for Smarter Urban Futures” Editors Stan Geertman, Andrew Allan, John Stillwell and Chris Pettit, University of South Australia. Publisher: Springer, Berlin/ Heidelberg Hardcover ISBN: 978-3-319- 57818-7 M. Baranowska, R. Schütt: Interdisciplinary assessment of rodent-borne diseases and epidemic outbreak risks in the urban scale with the use of geographic information systems, co-author with Magdalena Baranowska, Pratigya Balaji, Vijay Santhanam en PROCEEDINGS OF CUPUM 2015 The 14th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management Planning Support Systems and Smart Cities (paper No. 255, 20p) - Joseph Ferreira, Jr. and Robert Goodspeed, ed. 2015 – 2015 MIT, Cambridge, USA ISBN: 978-0- 692-47434-1 R. Schütt: Revitalisation of the Ribera de los Ingenios in the historical core of Potosi, Bolivia. Paper in Water and Cities - Managing a Vital Relationship:698-687 - Amos Brandeis, ed., 2014 The Hague, Netherlands ISBN: 978-94-90354-30-5 R. Schütt: The Regional Development Scheme- An Informal Collaboration instrument in the German Planning Practice, Paper in Limits of Formal Planning in Managing the Urban Development, Regional Workshop of International Society of City and Regional Planners:129-142, Lodz, Poland - Malgorzata Hanzl, ed., 2014, Lodz, Poland R. Schütt: Socio-Cultural and Historical Identity: A Place for Dalian with Dalian Coauthor in Young Planning Professionals 2008-2011 – International Society of City and Regional Planners, The Hague, 2013, Netherlands ISBN 978-94-90354-14-5 R. Schütt: Raster based GIS for Urban Management: a Low-Cost Solution for Developing Countries – Case study: Analysis of the city of Warsaw Proceedings of the 44th ISOCARP Congress, Dalian, China, on "Urban Growth without Sprawl - A Way Towards Sustainable Urbanization" 2008, The Urban Planning Society of China UPSC, ISOCARP - ISBN 978-7-900709-41-7 R. Schütt: GIS based planning support system in Glasgow. Case study: The Glasgow Canals regeneration, paper in “Proceedings of the 10th international conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management”:231-250 - Da Silva, A. and De Souza, L., ed. 2007 University of Sao Paulo – Sao Carlos, Brazil - ISBN 978-85-85205- 77-5 R. Schütt: Towards a sustainable documentation with the use of GIS and digital inventorying in Bolivia, paper in Bini, M., ed. Proceedings of the “XI International Seminar Forum UNESCO; University and Heritage - Documentation for Conservation and Development, new strategies for the future”. 2006, Florence, Italy, ISBN-10 88-8453-494-1 R. Schütt: The positive side effects of the implementation of GIS on heritage management in developing countries, Paper in Richards, H. and Arias, V., ed. “Proceedings of the Symposium on Integrating Geospatial Perspectives and Education in Archaeology -  Society for American Archaeology, Annual Meeting; 2006 Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA R. Schütt: The use of GIS for the protection of World Heritage: A case-study of the Misiones region, Bolivia, paper in "International Conference in Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management" (paper No. 314, 17p), Susan Batty, ed., Centre of Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London, 2005 London, UK – ISBN 0- 9550581-0-4 Other Conference Interventions Regen 2014, Exhibition and Conference for the UK Regeneration Industry The Rum Warehouse, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 25 – 26 June 2014 2005 ENVIRINFO (Environmental Informatics Conference) Workshop on Tools for Emergencies and Disaster Management Including Earth Observation in One World (WS 3), 7 September 2005 Von Handaufmaß bis High Tech - International Conference on Digital Heritage Documentation, January 2005 Online References

Raster based GIS for urban

Management

A low-cost solution for developing countries This approach tries to encourage local authorities to work with spatial technologies and (mainly) freely available data, applying local solutions and soft ideas.
more info more info

Limits of Formal Planning in

Managing the Urban

Development

The German Regional Development Scheme as a procedure that may be adapted to enhance the the formal planning process into national legislation in Poland. Chapter by Rolf Schütt.
more info more info Systemarchi