Smart Cities Brown Bag Series: Smart Armies: Technology’s Impact On Forward Base Design
OCTOBER 2, 2019
Smart Armies: Technology’s Impact On Forward Base Design
Major Daniel Bartlett
U.S. military bases face the same technological and resource requirements as any city but often with very little organic support and in some of the most extreme and hostile environments in the world. This talk investigates the similarities and differences between forward deployed bases and modern cities.
Smart Cities Brown Bag lunch Discussions
Wednesdays | 12 to 1 pm | UW-Parkside Molinaro D101
All events are completely free and open to the public. No registration is required. People can come and attend any and all events.
The Smart Cities vernacular has become a prolific phrase in our community over the last year. Join us to consider the various issues raised by the development of wired and integrated cities. We offer a general education course, CPS 103 - Introduction to Smart Cities, which includes and encourages community participation at weekly brown bag lunches. Check out the schedule below for dates, times and information about the brown bag events.
Molinaro Hall provides offices for liberal arts faculty as well as laboratories and classrooms for the College of Business, Economics, and Computing, and houses a newly remodeled space for a ceramics and sculpture art studio.
Parking Lot A