Optimising data to aid planning processes
IBM’s Dr Mary Keeling on why the quality of information is only as good as tools used to analyse it, writes Graham Clifford
Given the importance of accuracy and consistency when it comes to decisions regarding planning permission it’s vital the very best tools are used to gather information.
Advances in a wide range of technologies find their way into the planning process and can help both planners and those adjudicating on applications to operate with knowledge and factual data.
“Using technology to help with planning decisions can also help in areas such as efficiency,” said...
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