Michelle Berquist, Rob Muir and Muneef Ahmad reflect on stories behind-the-scenes of "Plangineering" projects.
Autonomy (Part 2 of 2)
The Plangineers engage experts Sven Beiker and Gary Hsueh to explore the world of autonomous vehicles. Dr. Sven Beiker is Managing Director of Silicon Valley Mobility. Gary Hsueh is Director of Mobility Programs at Prospect Silicon Valley.
In part 2 of this 2-part interview, Michelle and Rob continue their conversation with Sven and Gary to discuss some implications and possibilities of autonomous vehicle uptake.
Autonomy (Part 1 of 2)
The Plangineers engage experts Sven Beiker and Gary Hsueh to explore the world of autonomous vehicles. Dr. Sven Beiker is Managing Director of Silicon Valley Mobility. Gary Hsueh is Director of Mobility Programs at Prospect Silicon Valley
In part 1 of 2, Michelle and Rob engage with Sven and Gary who break down the basics of "Automated Connected Electric & Shared" vehicles, or "ACES".
Indy Johar talks Future Cities Canada
Indy Johar, Visionary and Co-Founder of Project OO talks about quiet but crucial change required to enable our cities for the future
Olivia Labonte talks Future Cities Canada
Olivia Labonte, Executive Director of Young Diplomats of Canada, talks about grassroots youth engagement
Olivia, an economist with a passion for global youth advocacy and sustainable cities, distills ideas from the Canada at 100,000,000 panel. She shares insights from her work as Executive Director of Young Diplomats of Canada, a national non-profit organization focused on creating spaces for young people to engage at the highest levels of decision-making.
Derek Ballantyne talks Future Cities Canada
Derek Ballantyne, CMHC Board Chair, talks about housing for all.
Derek brings his extensive experience in the development and management of housing to answer our questions on the topic. We talk about the merits of piloting policy in real-life versus the pitfalls of policy from the boardroom, and discuss takeaways from the Future Cities Canada Summit 'Housing for All' panel.
Fang-Jui Chang talks Future Cities Canada
Fang-Jui, Service Designer/Consultant at PDIS, shares "New Rules for New Ways" following her involvement on the panel of the same name at the Future Cities Canada Summit.
Fang shares insights from her experiences leading workshops and meetings that aim to tackle diverse social issues. The aim of her work is to deal with cross-government issues and enhance a better organisational culture from inside to outside of the government.
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Light-hearted conversation with depth and a few laughs along the way. Although the focus is on the planning/engineering (plangineer) profession, the issues Muneef, Michelle and Rob tackle are common to any workplace. There's a little something for everyone - tune in!
I love this Podcast Show
I enjoy listening in and learning more about the rules and roles of our communities Engineers and Planners. We get the opportunity to enter the minds and conversations of the very people who are behind the community infrastructure and city influence . The show helps us have better understanding and teaches us some useful fundamentals that we can use within our own businesses or lives . Thanks for this Podcast - I’m a fan of the show , and look forward to what will be the next subject . If your looking for a show that is Fun , Informative, and diverse - tune in and Enjoy .
Wow, Wow, Wow! A must listen...
I am not a civil engineer, or a planner. In fact I can barely hang of picture straight. However, this podcast draws you in and deals with contemporary cross-sector issues that impact our society as a whole. Along the way you happen to learn some pretty cool facts about planning and civil engineering, but its the beautiful way the guests and host (Muneef) tackle issues such as the role of women in industry and the tension that exists between the qualitative and quantitative roles of their industry that is rare to find in a podcast. If you want to expand your mind....listen!