Session 1.9 Planning for impacts of disruptive technologies on installations

APA Federal Planning Division

#9147101

Thursday, April 26, 2018
2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. CDT

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Overview

Disruptive technologies may displace established forms of planning and development, necessitating realignment of traditional approaches to federal planning. This session will present case studies and then ask participants to generate thoughts about the benefits and challenges of select disruptive technologies on planning, particularly related to federal installations. The session will focus on the expected impacts over the next 20-30 years and what actions should be considered in master plans. For example, how will changes in mobility options impact development patterning, what will town centers become as online retail increases, what are the impediments specific to federal installations in deploying some of these technologies.

 

 

This participatory workshop session's objective is to get participants to have informed conversations about the impacts of disruptive technologies on federal installation, particularity related to impacts on physical planning.  The session will allow FPD members to engage in thought provoking discussions about relevant planning topics and gain perspectives from a variety of viewpoints. 

Speakers

Patricia Kormara

Ms. Komara is a planner and public outreach specialist with Jacobs. She is an experienced facilitator. Read More

Contact Info

James Potter, james.m.potter@hud.gov