We’ve covered a lot of ground in our first season. We’ve spoken with experts in real estate tech, autonomous mobility, smart city technology, and more. In this episode, we wanted to revisit a few segments from some standout guests.
It includes conversations about:
- The changes cities and real estate developers must consider in order to support the booming gig economy.
- The future of flooring technology and how it will tell us if we are at risk for various health problems. No, really!
- Why it’s imperative that affordable housing have access to smart home technology.
Featured in this episode are segments from:
- Luke Norris – https://futureoflivingpodcast.com/2018/09/06/luke-norris-designing-user-centered-city-services
- Diane Mulcahy – https://futureoflivingpodcast.com/2018/10/04/diane-mulcahy-accessing-the-american-dream-through-the-gig-economy
- Joe Colistra – https://futureoflivingpodcast.com/2018/08/23/joe-colistra-on-community-senior-living-and-sustainability
- Rob Martens – https://futureoflivingpodcast.com/2018/08/30/rob-martens-unlocking-whats-next-with-allegion-ventures-futurist-president
- Vignesh Ganapathy – https://futureoflivingpodcast.com/2018/10/18/vignesh-ganapathy-delivering-community
Find Luke Norris on Twitter, @norrisluke, and also on LinkedIn. Learn more about his company, OpenCities, at https://www.opencities.com.
Diane Mulcahy can be found online at http://www.dianemulcahy.com. She is also active on Twitter, @dianemulcahy and LinkedIn.
The best place to find Rob Martens online is on Twitter, @schlagefuturist, and also LinkedIn. Find out more about Allegion at http://allegionventures.com.
Learn more about Joe Colistra at https://www.isdarchitecture.com and on LinkedIn.
Vignesh “Viggy” Ganapathy is on Twitter, @vigneshr4m and LinkedIn.
Find The Future of Living Podcast online at https://futureoflivingpodcast.com. Or on Twitter and Instagram: @FutureLivingPod.