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Thursday, June 18 • 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Co-Evolution of Technology & UX in Urban Environments Limited Seating

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Cities are changing rapidly. Citizens and consumers are relying on their mobile devices for more services and have higher expectations from their governments. Brands and businesses are looking to engage with consumers in new and meaningful ways - merging digital and physical lines of business.

There is a new wave of technologies that will support these changing relationships and expectations. Instrumented infrastructure, such LinkNYC in New York City, will support a more frictionless user experience, inform a more responsive government, and create new opportunities for commerce.

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Colin O'Donnell

Control Group, Founding Partner
Colin O'Donnell is responsible for corporate strategy, business development and thought leadership that drives Control Group’s growth. He has led the company towards groundbreaking initiatives such as On-the-Go, the award-winning information kiosks for the New York City MTA; and... Read More →

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Ken Singer

MD, Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology at UC Berkeley, Digital Infrastructure Track
Ken Singer is a serial entrepreneur, technology executive, university lecturer, and director/advisor to numerous startups in the US, Europe and Latin America. A 16-year veteran of the mobile industry, Ken created solutions spanning all forms of mobile technology and has founded or... Read More →

Thursday June 18, 2015 4:00pm - 4:30pm PDT
Nob Hill B: Digital Infrastructure

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