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GeoDesign Forum Held in Philadelphia

Matt Ball on October 8, 2013 - in Planning
In the main hall of Philadelphia University’s Design, Engineering and Commerce (DEC) Center, students and faculty got a glimpse of the future of urban planning in three dimensions. GeoDesign is a new and quickly-emerging technology that uses a sophisticated design framework along with advanced technology for use in planning and designing sustainable built and natural environments. Many cities are increasing relying on this technology.
Philadelphia University’s College of Architecture and the Built Environment GeoDesign and Landscape Architecture Programs hosted the Inaugural GeoDesign Forum at the DEC Center on the university’s campus.
According to Claudia Philips, director of Philadelphia University’s geodesign and landscape architecture programs, the goal of the annual forum will be to share the latest technology with not only students but faculty and others in the field. This year’s forum focused on 3D technologies.
Read more via Montgomery News
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