This year's symposium brought together more than 600 technology experts, policy makers, urban planners, energy and utility representatives, academics, media members and citizens of San Francisco to discuss the key issues our cities need to address, and the need for extensive collaboration to make it all happen.
Topics included autonomous vehicles and how they will someday interact with the cities around them, how we can create more reliable methods for delivering goods in urban areas and even what our cities would look like if we completely reimagined our streets.
Panelists were asked thought-provoking questions about our future, including "How do we innovate our aging electrical grid to support a greener tomorrow?" and "What if we could use data to help people move more efficiently?"
These discussions all tied to a much larger trend — working together — that is necessary for us to realize the potential of the City of Tomorrow. We encourage you to relive the day through the stories below and share your own using #CityofTomorrow.