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Webinar: Utopian and Dystopian Transformations to the Passenger Experience After COVID-19

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Devin Liddell will outline the transformations we can expect to the passenger experience of the near future due to COVID-19.


About the Event:

The good news: we are a resilient species and we’ll get past this devastating COVID-19 pandemic, albeit far from unscathed. The bad news: the implications of climate change are increasing the risks of future pandemics involving both existing and brand-new infectious diseases, so the days of system shock followed by collective amnesia will need to end. From the very beginning of our recovery, the realities of a post-COVID-19 world will pose new challenges to cities and transportation systems, and airports and airlines especially.

In this webinar, Devin Liddell, Principal Futurist at the design and innovation company Teague, will outline the transformations we can expect to the passenger experience of the near future as well as the potential implications of these transformations from both utopian and dystopian perspectives.


About the Speaker: Devin Liddell, Principal Futurist, Teague

Devin is a futurist who works collaboratively with clients such as Boeing, Ford, Intel, Nike, Panasonic, Segway, Starbucks, T-Mobile, and Toyota to design preferred futures in aviation, automotive, smart cities, personal mobility, space travel, and more. Devin also leads Teague’s future-focused conceptual projects. Most recently, these have included: Poppi, a vision for an airline of the future, and Hannah, a proposal for the future of autonomous school transportation. With more than two decades of experience in strategy and design, Devin has worked across a broad spectrum of industries, including: aerospace, automotive, education, food and beverage, retail, and technology. He’s a frequent contributor to Fast Company, a board member at Aerial Futures, and teaches regularly at the School of Visual Concepts in Seattle


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