Excellent TechniCity 2014 Student Projects

The following are the top 20+ student projects as selected by the TechniCity instructors.  There were many, many great projects overall!  Click on the title to read more about the project.  See the 2013 projects here.

Author(s) Project
Agnieszka Szczepańska Biking in Warsaw
Alessandra Manganelli, Brian Channel, Tal Ashkenazi Enhancing, sharing, and protecting urban green spaces
J. Álvarez-Vidales, M.J. Perea-Medina, and A. Cerezo-Medina Tourist flows management in Málaga
Brittany Kubinski Intersection safety
Dani Ne’eman Improving traffic light effectiveness
Dursun Yildirim Bayar Augmented reality for urban tourism
Eartha Barclay Community action app
Eric Gould Bike lane lighting
Giulia Volla Platform for community engagement
Giuseppe Lassandro Private bicycle mobility
Janos Katona and Ilaria Meggetto Green Urban Landscape Proximity Index
Jessica Hyegyung Kim Engage with your city park
Kanika Sharma “Raise the Issue” App
Marques Anderson Piezoelectric flooring
Mhd Amer Al Zeiback The World Heritage City of Damascus
Miao Zhou “Hail a Taxi in Beijing” app
Michalina Gamification and energy use
Neelakshi Joshi Bicycle crowdmap
Samantha Jones SuperForager: edibles app
Yari Sanfelice Flood monitoring in Florence, Italy
Ashley Carpenter Free Columbus Project
Jerry Huang Smart district energy
Kurt Allebach Augmented reality for situational awareness
Magali Rombola Citizen data collection app
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About Tom Sanchez

Professor, Urban Affairs & Planning Program School of Public and International Affairs College of Architecture and Urban Studies Virginia Tech
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