Intelligent City was featured in The Globe and Mail, telling the history and motivation behind the company and its founders Oliver Lang and Cindy Wilson. “Intelligent City wants to automate the future of sustainable housing” Read or listen to the article on their website: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/article-sustainable-housing-technology-intelligent-city/
Intelligent City Raises $30 Million to Advance the Sustainable Urban Housing Industry Using Mass Timber, Automation, and Robotics. Funds raised will support the company’s global, automated design and manufacturing solution, which is on track to deliver over 2,300 apartments.
We are excited to release our new company video! Featuring many team members from different backgrounds, we explain our core principles, mission, and technology development.
We are excited to announce that Intelligent City will be at the International Mass Timber Conference this year, the largest gathering of mass timber experts in the world.
TimberBot is one of the world’s leading trades fairs in the engineered timber industry. TimberBot showcases the innovations in robotics and automation for engineered wood manufacturing.
In the latest issue of the Wood Design & Building magazine, Intelligent City’s CTO Oliver David Krieg and CEO Oliver Lang discuss how parametric platforms will shape the future of timber construction.
We are beyond excited to show you what our amazing team has been working on in the last few weeks.
Watch: Intelligent City’s CEO Oliver Lang participates in ABB panel discussion on construction at La Biennale in Venice
Oliver Lang, Intelligent City’s CEO, recently participated in ABB’s panel discussion on how robotics and automation are transforming architecture and the construction industry. We are excited to share the video of the discussion with you below!
We are excited to announce that Intelligent City’s CEO and Co-Founder Oliver Lang will present at the upcoming GLOBE CAPITAL 2021 conference.
Intelligent City CEO Oliver Lang, and CTO Oliver David Krieg, will present at the Future of Prefabrication Symposium on March 5th. The Symposium is organized by the University of British Columbia, The University of Northern British Columbia, the BCIT, and the University of Waterloo.