Driverless Cars and the City – Conference InfoBurst

Emerging technologies are blending mega-data, mobility and urban strategies with far reaching implications for our cities, governance and urban realm. Automated movement could undermine or support the development of sustainable, dense, urban cores; it is within this context that the ULI UK Infrastructure Council recently held the Driverless Cars Conference.

The conference InfoBurst including speaker presentations can be found here: Driverless Cars and the City Conference InfoBurst

Photos from the conference can be viewed here:  Driverless Cars and the City

Implications of automated vehicles and mega data on our urban realm is a key theme of the ULI Infrastructure Council with further forums to be announced in 2016. If you would like to take part in our programme please contact Robert de Jong robert.dejong@uli.org

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