QRES, A QGIS plugin to calculate resilience based on proximity of urban resources

Luigi Pintacuda, Silvio Carta, Tommaso Turchi, Mauro Sabiu

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Abstract

This study presents our latest development of a plugin for QGIS to help designers and planners to calculate resilience values for specific areas in urban contexts. Instead of radial distance, the proposed approach considers isochrones as the main driver of the computation, considering the time required to reach each urban typology, thus considering the constraints of specific environments, and providing more accurate results. This study illustrates how more accurate methods of time calculation in the built environment can address climate adaptation and urban performance of communities with promising results.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusAccepted/In press - Nov 2023
EventResponsive CIties, Collective Intelligence Design - Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalogna, IAAC, Barcelona, Spain
Duration: 27 Nov 202328 Nov 2023
https://responsivecities2023.iaac.net/

Conference

ConferenceResponsive CIties, Collective Intelligence Design
Country/TerritorySpain
CityBarcelona
Period27/11/2328/11/23
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