From autonomous vehicles to serverless architectures, we dive deep into the innards of emerging technologies to identify disruptions before they happen. This gives those who care about cities—be they residents, government agencies, or socially-conscious companies—the power to choose which innovations we encourage and which we hold back.
The Most Important Mile: Inclusive Futures for Local Delivery. (2020) Three scenarios that explore in turn how consumer cooperatives, maker collectives, and national postal systems can play a crucial role in rewriting the future of last mile delivery systems as a tool for wealth development rather than wealth extraction. PDF 5.6 Mb
Future Knowledge Ecosystems: The Next Twenty Years of Technology-Led Economic Development. (2009) We spent three years immersed in the international science and technology parks community, working with leaders to map assets, gaps and strategies for future-proofing tech-based economic development strategies. PDF 5.3 Mb