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Study Project: Developing a collaborative and interactive wind farm simulator (II) - Einzelansicht

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Veranstaltungsart Projektveranstaltung Langtext
Veranstaltungsnummer 142975 Kurztext
Semester SoSe 2023 SWS 4
Erwartete Teilnehmer/-innen 15 Studienjahr
Max. Teilnehmer/-innen 15
Credits 5 Belegung Belegpflicht
Sprache englisch
Belegungsfrist Institut für Geoinformatik    16.01.2023 - 22.01.2023   
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Institut für Geoinformatik
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Di. 16:00 bis 18:00 woch 11.04.2023 bis 11.07.2023       

Room No. 255.

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Zugeordnete Personen
Zugeordnete Personen Zuständigkeit
Bartoschek, Thomas, Dr. verantwort
Knoth, Christian, Dr. verantwort
Pesch, Mario verantwort
Abschluss - Studiengang Sem ECTS Bereich Teilgebiet
Bachelor - Geoinformatik (82 807 13) - 5
Bachelor - Geoinformatik (82 807 9) - 5
Master - Geoinformatics (88 E62 12) - 5
Master - Geoinformatics (88 E62 8) - 5
Master - Geoinformatics and Spatial Data Science (88 F26 21) - 5
Bachelor - Geoinformatik (82 807 21) - 5
Prüfungen / Module
Prüfungsnummer Modul
29003 Projekt - Bachelor Geoinformatik Version 2021
17002 Study Project in Geoinformatics - Master Geoinform and Spat. Data Version 2021
17001 Study Project in Geoinformatics - Master Geoinform and Spat. Data Version 2021
16004 Study Project Electives 2 - Master Geoinform and Spat. Data Version 2021
16003 Study Project Electives 1 - Master Geoinform and Spat. Data Version 2021
26003 Projekt - Bachelor Geoinformatik Version 2009
30002 Projekt - Bachelor Geoinformatik Version 2013
12002 Project in Interoperability - Master Geoinformatics Version 2008
13003 Project in Interoperability - Master Geoinformatics Version 2012
13003 Ausgewählte Probleme der Geoinformatik - Master Geoinformatics Version 2008
17002 Study Project Advanced Topics in Geographic Information Science - Master Geoinformatics Version 2012
18002 Project Computer Science - Master Geoinformatics Version 2012
Zuordnung zu Einrichtungen
Fachbereich 14 Geowissenschaften

In this study project, we will design and build an interactive, collaborative system for planning of wind farms based on toy bricks (e.g. Lego) and CityScope (https://www.media.mit.edu/projects/cityscope/overview/).
The project covers works around the adaptation of the CityScope system for the use case of local/regional wind farm planning. This includes:
1. the construction of a mobile exhibit based on toy bricks (e.g. Lego) and image recognition software and hardware, adapted to the "wind farm planning" scenario
2. an adapted simulation and evaluation of the spatial distribution of wind turbines and their impact on each other and on their surroundings, taking into account legal, environmental and topographic constraints,
3. a visualization (table-top projection) and gamified and collaborative user interaction, where e.g. the placement of the turbines is evaluated with respect to energy yield as well as compliance with various requirements (such as minimum distances) and corresponding feedback (on an additional display) is given.
What is CityScope?
"CityScope is a project conducted at the MIT Media Lab City Science group. It includes a slew of tangible and digital platforms dedicated to solving spatial design and urban planning challenges. The tools range from simulations that quantify the impact of disruptive interventions in cities to community engagement systems. We develop and deploy these tools around the world and maintain free and open-source community for the majority of our work" (see https://cityscope.media.mit.edu/).
The exhibit can be used both for planning of wind farms and as a communication tool: on the one hand to communicate the complex processes around planning of wind farms towards a better understanding of the challenges of the energy transition, on the other hand as a tool to communicate the relevance of technologies from Geoinformatics in this application field. The exhibit shall be transportable.
The planned project is to be implemented as a cooperation between a Master and a Bachelor study project. The bachelor project will probably focus on the realization of the exhibit based on the CityScope system and the master project will focus on the implementation of the use-case "wind farm planning" (simulation, evaluation, feedback...).
The project is accompanied by Felix Beck, Prof. at the Münster School of Design, Visiting Research Professor at the CITIES Center for Interacting Urban Network at NYU Abu Dhabi, designer and developer of various interactive exhibits.
Contacts: Thomas Bartoschek (bartoschek@uni-muenster.de), Christian Knoth (christian.knoth@uni-muenster.de), Mario Pesch (mario.pesch@uni-muenster.de)

Die Veranstaltung wurde 10 mal im Vorlesungsverzeichnis SoSe 2023 gefunden:
Reference Systems  - - - 2
Interoperability B  - - - 3
Computer Science  - - - 5
Electives  - - - 6
Practicals  - - - 7
Modul General Studies  - - - 8
Projektmanagement  - - - 9
Modul Allgemeine Studien  - - - 10