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Urban Wayfinding and the Brain: new moves, fresh perspectives

Urban wayfinding and human navigation methods are being informed by new research and developments in neuroscience.

A recent event hosted by the Royal Institute of Navigation with University College London (UCL) and Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) presented the latest of these critical thinking studies to a panel of experts from the transport, architecture, planning, academic, corporate and start-up sectors.

With the aim of sharing information and pooling resources, the conference bridged the gap between sectors that have a shared interest in developing human navigation in ever more complex settings.

For a full report by Bernadette Fallon, Knowledge Transfer Network, please go to the KTN link below . .

  • 13 July 2017

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