In this episode of Architect Tomorrow, host Oliver Cronk is joined by Isabelle Chatel de Brancion, Business and Innovation Lead at Geovation, Ordnance Survey's innovation hub. Isabelle shares her unique perspective as a former building architect turned geospatial innovator, drawing parallels and contrasts between the worlds of building architecture and technology architecture.

Key topics covered include:

Isabelle's transition from designing physical buildings to driving geospatial innovation in the digital realm

The differences and similarities between the roles and responsibilities of building architects and technology architects

How geospatial data and GeoTech are being used to map and analyze sustainability and the built environment

A deep dive into mapping biodiversity, including new UK legislation requiring assessment of biodiversity impact for new developments over a 30-year span

The potential for integrating geospatial datasets with other sources like earth observation satellite imagery to create rich, contextualized models

Navigating data sensitivity, privacy considerations, and interoperability standards when working with location data

Thoughts on Semantic Web and what Web 3 really could be

Why a geospatial mindset is becoming crucial for architects designing sustainable solutions for the future

Whether you're a building architect looking to expand your knowledge of digital innovation or an enterprise architect seeking to create more sustainable, context-aware systems, this episode offers valuable insights into the transformative potential of geospatial technology. Join Oliver and Isabelle as they explore the cutting-edge of geospatial innovation and its implications for the future of architecture and sustainability.


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