How do we relate to our urban environment? Smart city or smart citizen? Mega cities and floating cities. What will be tomorrow’s living and housing models?
3D printing, Google burger, urban agriculture, eatable packaging, insect and algal alternatives. What are the emerging trends for tomorrow’s food?
What are the impacts of climate change on our response to natural disasters? How do we develop resilient models of architecture and design in the face of a new environmental reality?
What are the impacts of mobile money and innovative systems on local economies in the Global South?
What behaviours, usages, and models of mobility will tomorrow bring? What is the future of swarm logistics for the movement of people and goods? What if tomorrow’s mobility wasn’t invented in Silicon Valley?
Blurred boundaries between soldiers, civilians and mercenaries, a growing urban context, constant and rapid global deployments, super flexible structures. What will war look like in the future?
Crypto currencies, open-source objects, robots, houses, high-speed trains, DIY 3D printing. What if the future of production was in collaboration and the sharing of ideas?
What design methods are best in the context of complex ecosystems? Bio-hacking, wearable computing, collaborative and agile approaches. What are the designs of tomorrow?
We live in a time of constant and rapid change. Today’s world is increasingly polycentric, involving global conversations, the blurring of boundaries between producers and consumers and the physical and the digital, horizontal reputation systems, a growing disintermediation and the rapid decline of entry barriers. At Binary Cargo, we integrate the many factors that affect the way to think about an innovation strategy.