The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) doesn’t just impact phones, factories, and fuels. The disruptive changes to the way we work, travel, and access information will have a deep impact on real estate markets as well. Three panelists, leaders from the industry and the academe, will introduce you to the future of real estate by demonstrating how it will be profoundly influenced by autonomous vehicles, property technology, and sustainable processes.
Arthur C. Nelson
Dr. Nelson is professor of urban planning and real estate development at the University of Arizona. Ranked nationally as the 9th most influential scholar in the planning academy, Dr. Nelson leads research in responsible real estate development, smart growth, transit and economic development, demographic trends, and public facility finance. He has been a PI/Co-PI for more than $50 million in grants from such sponsors as the National Science Foundation, National Academy of Science, HUD, EPA, Commerce, DOT, Brookings Institution, National Association of Realtors and the Urban Land Institute. Along with more than 300 publications, Dr. Nelson plans publish his 28th and 29th books next year.