Professor Marshall Brown, a member of the Nayar Prize team "Driverless City Project" was included in a Wired Magazine article examining the rise of driverless cars.
“We’re looking at the broader urban effects—and urban opportunities—of this technology,” says Illinois Tech architect Marshall Brown, one of the team members in the Chicago school’s Driverless Cities Project. “It’s in the news a lot, but nobody’s been discussing what it will actually do to cities.”
Driverless City Project Team Members include Marshall Brown (Architecture) , Lili Du (Transportation Engineering), Laura Forlano (Design) , Jack Guthman (Architecture, Planning Attorney) , and Ron Henderson (Landscape Architecture).
The Nayar Prize is funded by distinguished Illinois Institute of Technology alumnus Madhavan Nayar and the Nayar Family Foundation. Madhavan Nayar is the founder of a company that is a pioneer in information integrity software.