This session dives into how new, agile software development is enabling the way government does procurement, improves the user experience, and increases transparency, efficiency, and accountability, while touching on technology innovations at the federal and local level regarding immigration services, healthcare, voting and the fiscal health of cities - all core functions that make cities equitable, sustainable and livable.
This session explores the work of Future Cities Lab and its focus on designing, building and crafting artistic and immersive experiences in cities that respond to the data flows, sounds and visceral senses of the city. What can we learn from this approach as we think about rebuilding and revitalizing urban spaces of all kinds?
Urban parks are an affordable way to revitalize cities while providing proven positive health and economic benefits to residents. How do we ensure every urban resident has a park within a ten minute walk? How do we enable underserved communities to design, build and maintain parks?
Connected devices and cloud-based software solutions are rapidly disrupting and changing the landscape of transportation. What is in store for us as we move towards a more seamless, less congested and altogether altered transportation future?
As Toyota Research Institute’s CTO looks around corners, Dr. Kuffner and his $1B+ organization are busy building intelligent machines of the future. What’s the urban mobility future?