Built Environment Technology
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Technology and innovation in the built environment sector
The development of new technologies, better use of data and innovative business models provide huge opportunities to solve real urban problems.
The adoption of technologies during the pandemic has accelerated innovations in this sector creating new opportunities across the built environment. Data analysis, AI and the use of smart technologies have a significant impact on not only the way we build our cities but the way we navigate through them in a more sustainable and efficient way, paving the way to smarter cities. Planning and mobility are among the key aspects that can be significantly improved by the adoption of technologies, but how can the built environment sector collaborate more efficiently with industry experts and innovators to achieve the highest quality outcomes?
The NLA Built Environment Technology programme brings together the tech and built environment sector connecting innovators, tech specialists and urban practitioners to discuss how emerging technologies and practices could solve key urban problems. This programme also champions the role of the capital as an incubator for technological innovation in property and city-making.
Expert Panel meetings
The NLA Expert Panel on Urban Innovation is made up of a group of London experts on technology and innovation in the built environment. The group advises NLA and provides unique insights to the NLA audience.
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NLA Expert Panels bring together industry experts from across the NLA membership to advise on our core programme, provide thought-leadership on development in London and respond to policies.