life and security in the city of the future
Kai Arne Gondlach
Available as online lecture
life and security in the city of the future
Adaptive cities, urban technology, smart homes and buildings as well as green energy & Co will characterise the city of our future. Thus, living and security structures adapt to a modified lifestyle. Accompanying the trend for urbanisation, the search for identity, for possibilities of shaping life and above all for freedom will be part of the culture of the future. The urban citizens of the future do not want to burden themselves with a car but at the same time expect their mobility and freedom to be guaranteed. They do not want long-term rental agreements for living space but prefer dwelling, working and living flexibly in several places at once. Welcome to the future of sharing economy.
With this exciting presentation, Global Topspeaker and futurologist Kai Gondlach shows his audience how the model of sharing economies leads to adaptive cities, i.e. metropolises that address the needs of their citizens by way of a structured sharing offer. What AirBnB and Uber are already demonstrating today will in the future extend to all areas of life and consumer goods. The adaptive city will thus offer service by design. No uniform products at uniform prices for uniform citizens. Individuality comes first. So, it will also be possible to quickly and easily create your own, individual home by means of a 3D printer.
Based on practice-oriented examples, Kai Gondlach demonstrates how in the future buildings – by way of the interaction of various sensors – will recognise what the customer currently needs. This is how the productivity and creativity of employees in the company and the quality of life at home can be increased – and monetised, at least from the supplier’s point of view.
Even if the citizens of the future will be ever more individual, their need for security will increase. And that’s where smart homes and smart buildings will offer solutions as well. Whether fire protection, theft protection or anti-burglar defence – in his presentation, Global Topspeaker Kai Gondlach demonstrates how the networking of a wide variety of devices increases building security and how the automatic evaluation of big data can detect hazards at an early stage and sometimes even prevent them.
In this exciting keynote by Global Topspeaker Kai Gondlach you can learn how we as adaptive city dwellers will live and work in the future and what opportunities the future will offer. We can look forward to it as the future has already begun.
Topics of this talk:
- Why the cities of the future will be places of individual freedom
- House sharing and car sharing: Where is the sharing economy headed to?
- How we need to rethink security in the future and how smart homes will protect us from hazards
- How smart homes make our daily life easier and smart buildings improve performance at the workplace
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