Season 2 Highlights from the Future of Living

This past season of Future of Living featured 20 fantastic guests. We covered a lot of ground, too. The future of construction, retail food technology, downtown stadiums, affordable housing, affordable transportation, and so much more. This episode features five standout segments from the past season.

In this episode:

  • Elizabeth Glynn of Travois talks about the economic development work they are doing in American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian communities. Specifically, how their focus is helping mini-cities flourish in these communities and the surprising challenges for technological advancement.
  • Jon Dishotsky of Starcity talks about the rise of co-living as a means of affordable housing in cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York and the surprising makeup of residents in these communities.
  • Sarah McMillian from Temboo talks about how IoT technology and Temboo are helping to preserve buildings and retrofit them so owners can better monitor their services.
  • Gabe Halimi of Flo Technologies talks about how water sensor technology can stop catastrophic home damage before it happens, but also conserve trillions of gallons of water in cities.
  • Calandra Cruikshank from Statebook talks about the rise of Opportunity Zones and what they mean for Real Estate Investors and Developers. Additionally, she explains how Statebooks technology streamlines selecting Opportunity Zones to invest in.

Listen to each of these full episodes on the Future of Living website. Connect with us on Twitter and Instagram, @FutureLivingPod.

The Future of Living Podcast is produced by Media Club. Learn more at https://mediaclub.co.

 

Sarah McMillian – Preserving and Modernizing Historical Buildings With Connected Technology

Temboo's Sarah McMillina on the Future of Living Podcast with Blake Miller

Sarah McMillian believes historical buildings hold vast amounts of valuable cultural currency. They tell a story not only of the people that built the building but also of the community in which they lived and what they valued. And so preserving historical buildings, in her view, is valuable to our culture and our community. Additionally, and equally important, preserving buildings is more sustainable than building new and has a positive environmental impact. New construction requires quite a bit of fossil fuel energy and releases a great amount of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

As Business Development Lead at Temboo, an industrial Internet of Things (IoT) software startup based in New York City, Sarah helps real estate developers and other businesses make their products, processes, and facilities smart. Sarah has helped a diverse group of companies across the globe find customers for their innovative products and services. Her first job out of MIT was Marketing & Sales Lead for an India-based startup where she launched the country’s first biodegradable sanitary pad brand. She later joined the eCommerce unicorn, Jet.com, where she grew sales of a multi-million dollar business unit. Sarah has written for TechCrunch and other publications about how to build a more sustainable, equitable future, and lives by the motto “leave a place better than you found it.”

In this conversation, Sarah and Blake discuss:

  • The importance of interoperability not only in historical buildings but also in new buildings.
  • Practical and economic ways Real Estate Professionals can connect their historical buildings and create interoperability.
  • Why Real Estate Developers should preserve old buildings instead of building new.

The best place to find Sarah McMillian online is on her LinkedIn page. Learn more about Temboo at https://temboo.com. Follow Temboo on Twitter, @temboo, on Instagram, @temboo_iot, and on Facebook. Temboo’s YouTube page holds a wealth of how-to and explainer videos to help you modernize your historical buildings, check them out at https://www.youtube.com/temboo. Finally, follow the Temboo LinkedIn page additional IoT information and practical how-tos.

Find more of The Future of Living Podcast online at https://futureoflivingpodcast.com. Connect with us on Twitter and Instagram, @FutureLivingPod.

The Future of Living Podcast is produced by Media Club. Learn more at https://mediaclub.co.

 

Hello World – What does the future look like to you?

Blake Miller of Homebase.ai interviews Ashley Hand of CityFi

Technology is changing the world we live in – FAST. What does the future of living look like in 10 months? How about 10 years?

We’re digging in to explore these questions with experts in everything from smart living technology to urban development and beyond to find out what’s next.

Check out this exclusive preview of the Future of Living featuring Ashley Hand, Co-founder at CityFi

Did you know the average LA driver spent 102 hours stuck in traffic last year? In New York, congestion cost drivers more than $2,982, adding up to $33.7 billion for the city as a whole. Ashley Hand knows how to solve this

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