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Driverless Landscapes: Designing for People in Autonomous Futures - 1.5 PDH (LA CES/HSW)


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Description

Expanding driverless vehicle use will force crucial recalibrations to streets, public spaces, and urban form. How can designers maintain human interests in increasingly autonomous cities? This panel of landscape architects and planning authorities will discuss initiatives to promote physical, ecological, and social sustainability through driverless technologies.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about case studies of current design research and experiments in design regarding autonomous vehicles.
  • Learn public engagement strategies and scenario based approaches to design.
  • Understand development of planning policies in various cities due to autonomous vehicle growth.
  • Examine the role of partnerships with local industries and academic institutions in designing for autonomous vehicles.

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Speaker(s):

  • Ron Henderson, FASLA, Illinois Institute of Technology, Master of Landscape Architecture + Urbanism Program
  • Raymond W. Gastil, AICP, LEED AP, City of Pittsburgh
  • Nilay Mistry, ASLA, Illinois Institute of Technology, Master of Landscape Architecture + Urbanism Program
  • Chris Landau, Affil. ASLA, LANDAU Design+Technology

Credits

  • 1.50 - PDH

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