Koichi Ito

Koichi Ito
National University of Singapore | NUS · Department of Architecture

Master of Science
Looking for collaboration opportunities in urban analytics

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Introduction
Interested in urban computational analysis, especially with perceptual data, such as street view imagery
Skills and Expertise
Additional affiliations
April 2021 - present
World Bank
Position
  • Consultant
Description
  • I conduct spatial data collection/analysis on socioeconomic indicators in African countries.
July 2020 - May 2021
National University of Singapore
Position
  • Master's Student
Description
  • As a research assistant, I conducted a systematic review on the application of street view imagery in urban analytics and GIS.
Education
August 2019 - June 2021
National University of Singapore
Field of study
  • Urban Planning

Publications

Publications (3)
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Street view imagery has rapidly ascended as an important data source for geospatial data collection and urban analytics, deriving insights and supporting informed decisions. Such surge has been mainly catalysed by the proliferation of large-scale imagery platforms, advances in computer vision and machine learning, and availability of computing reso...
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Studies evaluating bikeability usually compute spatial indicators shaping cycling conditions and conflate them in a quantitative index. Much research involves site visits or conventional geospatial approaches, and few studies have leveraged street view imagery (SVI) for conducting virtual audits. These have assessed a limited range of aspects, and...
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Studies evaluating bikeability usually compute spatial indicators shaping cycling conditions and conflate them in a quantitative index. Much research involves site visits or conventional geospatial approaches, and few studies have leveraged street view imagery (SVI) for conducting virtual audits. These have assessed a limited range of aspects, and...

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