When we look around us, we are surrounded by data. By making this data usable, we have developed a module in which images are converted into heat maps. With this, the use of space is visualized and accurately depicted.
Our urban areas are becoming increasingly congested. Square meters are becoming increasingly costly and scarce. Today's designers encounter numerous hurdles. One of them is the densification process, which has a high need for small and large spatial solutions. The question is where we should base our investments and designs. The utilization of space may be mapped to provide a lot of knowledge into this. Regrettably, raw data is not always usable and must be transformed into useful information.
It is feasible to obtain extra information on proposed spatial interventions by creating heat maps from poorly designed public, privately owned area. The data acquired, for example, could lead to greater activity and natural surveillance. By converting raw data into usable knowledge, we can create spatial comprehension utilizing 3D heatmap models.