How Self-Driving Cars Could Reshape Our Cities November 4, 2015 - Audax's principal, Gianpiero Pugliese participated in a thought-provoking panel about driverless cars and how they could impact the design of cities. The panel, which consisted of Canadian technology and design experts, was part of an interdisciplinary urban issues conference hosted by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) of Toronto, during their inaugural Fall Symposium November 3rd. The guest speakers discussed the three paradigms of self-driving vehicles, and their potential impact on existing infrastructure, mass transit and the design of new buildings. Gianpiero explained that if we no longer needed underground parking, it would offer many new possibilities for the design of the ground plane. Read the full coverage in The Globe and Mail. See what people who attended were tweeting.