Registration with refreshments
Introduction to Connected Devices SIG from Paul Green, Iotic Labs
Welcome from lunch sponsor, Iain Davidson, Arkessa
Welcome and presentation from event host Stuart Revell, techUK
Eat, Sleep, Innovate Repeat - Creating a Sensory Network; Che Smith, Head of Advanced Technology and Business Innovation, Virgin Media Business
Che will discuss innovation in the Public Sector and changing the innovation culture of a large company. He will outline some of the trials Virgin Media are running using sensors and data to meet various Public Sector challenges.
Technology for SMART people; how to make us more human; Andy Salmon, Deputy Dean, Anglia Ruskin University
How to create the fruitful place where games, medical technology, health care, well-being and entertainment overlap whilst building new education/business partnerships; introducing The REACTOR, a new international applied gaming incubation and acceleration facility in Cambridge.
Predictive Analytics in IoT: Lessons learnt from Aerospace; Robert Russell, Chief Technology Officer, Senseye Ltd
Rob Russell will talk about his vision for predictive analytics in the IoT sector and how Senseye is using experiences from the aerospace sector to guide the implementation of that vision.
Lunch and networking
Digital Events – Can IoT technology be applied to leverage legacy data?; Andy Harrison, Engineering Associate Fellow – Life Cycle Engineering, Rolls – Royce
IoT technologies offer the potential to extract huge value from current and future data streams. But what about the potential value of decades of prior experience and data? What would it take to leverage those information assets with IoT technologies? This talk will outline the challenge for Rolls-Royce in accessing more than 50 years of legacy operational data and some thoughts on a potential route to applying IoT technologies to this scenario.
The Internet of Fashion Things; Traveling Back to the Future of Digital:Lynne Murray, Director of the Digital Anthropology Lab, London College of Fashion
We have forgotten what the future looks like and what it could do. How can our bodies and the things we wear help us to explore new ways of being human and how can we design for the unknown known.
Networking with refreshments
The factors of Production in the IoT world’; Graeme Wright, Associate Director, Utilities, Fujitsu UK & Ireland
A presentation looking at how the traditional factors of production do not explain businesses that operate purely in the digital world and what that means for existing business models. Propose translated factors of production to enable companies to understand how business models will change as IoT becomes widespread, help them identify new areas of competition and understand what this means for implementation.
Unlocking the IoT sharing economy; Peter Whale, Director of Product Marketing, Iotic Labs Ltd
Once you have connected loads of things to the Internet, started collecting Terrabytes of data in your big data silo and done a bit of data analytics – well, then what? Is that really it?
In this talk I will argue that enabling Internet-connected things to share data with each other, on the fly as needed, is revolutionary and unlocks the full potential of the Internet of Things to transform society.
Panel session with all speakers chaired by SIG Champion, Tim Whittaker, Cambridge Consultants