Tonsley Smart City: The future of Live Work Play
Human interaction and collaboration will drive the future.
A trend towards work, housing and recreation being integrated in physically compact urban areas is taking place. These locations will provide a mix of housing options within walking distance of amenities, entertainment and workplaces. The urban places will be connected to efficient public transport and high-speed internet. Smart technologies and the Internet of Things will provide vast opportunity for flexibility in people’s lives and improved efficiency for industry.
Making places for people has been the driving factor behind the urban design, sustainability and innovation focus of Tonsley. work live or play.
This session will take a look at the development of Tonsley and how these trends are being brought to life in Australia’s first innovation district. It will also explore what’s next, looking at the opportunities for people-centric smart technology applications. The session will also include a live link to Tonsley so you can take a look at the award winning district, which will be in full swing with Hybrid World Adelaide.
Join our panel of architects, futurists, innovators, social scientists as they unpack, discuss and debate these themes and show us what is next for Tonsley Innovation District and our Future Cities.
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