Spatial research and expertise at lSI offer clients, users and stakeholders productive outcomes through the effective utilization of software, methods, applications and instruments that generate vital metrics in the form of physical connectivity, social conditions, productivity, movement and transportation, environmental comfort, governance and economic wellbeing. These serve the purposes of measuring and analyzing interactions and mobility between humans and their environment.
Applications like Space Syntax. Urban Network Analysis (UNA). Crowd simulation and other intelligent and smart tools of research and simulation aid the effective problem-solution formulation. measurement. analysis. decision-making. action and monitoring for any given problem and situation particularly in the context of Urban and Constructed Environments. Spatial research analysis may allow us to configure conducive workspaces and ecosystems in relation to issues like social interaction.accessibility. connectivity.and economic viability. It further facilitates effective planning and design of spaces, transportation hubs.habitat and workplaces that ensure better living and working conditions form the perspectives of sustainable cities and resilient ecosystems.
For lSI, such efforts and methods recently broke new grounds with initiatives such as the research and study of Malaysia's 'Great Streets' of Jalan Ampang (Kuala Lumpur), Sungai Segget (Johor Bahru) and the Tanjung Pelepas Ecological Park (TPEP) proposal for Johor Port Authority.