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Technology will fundamentally change the way we live, and it will happen in the next two decades, according to Jeff Adler, VP at Yardi Matrix. Adler is speaking at RealShare Apartments next week on the Mega Trends & Large Scale Disruption Affecting Multifamily panel on October 30 in Los Angeles. Adler will talk about the technologies driving the biggest changes in multifamily and how they will affect the way we live, and he will be joined by fellow panelists Jennifer Staciokas, SVP of marketing and training at Pinnacle; Daniel Gehman, studio director at Humphreys & Partners Architects; Will Cipes, VP of development at Carmel Partners; and moderator Kitty Wallace, EVP at Colliers International.

“I think the technologies being created today have the promise of fundamentally changing multifamily and making it far more of an experience,” Adler tells GlobeSt.com. “That notion of transition to experience has happened significantly in retail; it is happening in office; and I think it holds the promise of happening in multifamily. This has really played out with an aging population and with four big technologies: Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, solar energy and electric and autonomous vehicles.”

Kelsi Maree Borland

Kelsi Borland is a freelance writer and editor living whose work has appeared in such publications as Travel + Leisure, Angeleno and Riviera Orange County.

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