James Kelly is head of cities at Uber and responsible for reimaging the future of urban mobility and how this will shape city living. As a speaker at TECH@Housing, we interviewed James on Uber’s latest innovations to reduce parking space and pollution, including “flying taxis” and how they are collaborating with the property sector.
Dr Nicola J. Millard is head of customer insight and futures in BT’s global innovation team. She combines psychology with futurology to try and anticipate what might be lying around the corner for both customers and organisations.
Research published at CIH Housing 2018 on Tuesday 26 June during a briefing session hosted by BBC News Home Editor Mark Easton explores how problems posed by Brexit to social housing supply chains can be turned into opportunities for organisations operating in the sector.
The workplace is changing. You may remember office life when you had photos on your desk, a strict nine to five workday, a big beige computer with a clickety keyboard and a long queue at the photocopier (which was always out of ink!). Digital technology has changed all that. it is revolutionising not only the way we work, but the way we live too, and agile, responsive workspaces are an integral part of that change.