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SITU joins “Technological Disruption” panel at NOMA national conference 2021

October 21st 2021

How can technology challenge assumptions and deliver innovative results for clients and communities they serve while ensuring diverse voices are represented and heard throughout the design process?

In a panel moderated by SHoP—innovators at INFORM Studio, Openbox, IBI Group, and SITU discuss industry-disrupting tools that have addressed key challenges on projects like The MID (Detroit) the Providence Pedestrian Bridge (Providence, RI) as well as Smart City planning worldwide. Understanding that there are social, financial and physical ramifications of each decision during design phases, panelists will share their expertise using specific examples of how technology support their decision-making process. The panel addresses how technologies can improve diversity and inclusion leading to more sustainable outcomes for stronger communities.

From engaging users in meaningful conversations that get to the heart of how to make a community both livable and economically viable, to developing algorithms that assess changing user needs in real time, the conversation focuses on using data-driven approaches to improve speed and agility without compromising quality: all with the goal of improving the quality of the built environment.

Event details:
TECHNOLOGICAL DISRUPTION: The Now and Future of Practice
Details coming soon.

Learn more about the NOMA Homecoming (50th anniversary national conference) here.