Development of micro population data for each building: Case study in Tokyo and Bangkok

TitleDevelopment of micro population data for each building: Case study in Tokyo and Bangkok
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsAkiyama, Y, Miyazaki, H, Sirikanjanaanan, S
Conference NameFirst International Conference on Smart Technology & Urban Development (STUD 2019)
Conference LocationChiang Mai, Thailand
Keywordsbuilding, census, disaggregation, micro geodata, population
Abstract

In order to carry out sustainable development and management of cities, it is necessary to design and implement appropriate city planning and traffic planning. Indispensable information for designing them is the population distribution. However, population data with high spatial resolution, such as building units, are rarely maintained in cities in developing countries. Therefore, this study examined the development of methods for estimating the number of residents per building in Tokyo and Bangkok using detailed building maps and population census in subdistrict units. In addition, using these methods, we tried to develop micro population data (MPD) across Tokyo and Bangkok. Moreover, the reliability of MPD was verified by comparing it with population census with higher resolution than subdistrict unit in Tokyo. As a result, it has become possible to develop MPDs that are strongly correlated with the population census of various aggregation units and have small errors.

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