16 & 17 SEPT 2020

NEC, BIRMINGHAM

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Future IoT Theatre

    • Wednesday

      Please note that this is 2019 Timetable!

      speaker

      11.00 - 11.30

      Neill Young

      Intelligent Connectivity at the Edge

      Edge Computing offers new methods of supporting smart grids and energy efficiency closer to where the end-user is located. This presentation will discuss how edge computing is driving both smart grid and mobile networks together to create new ways of managing data, automating decision making and improving quality of service.

      speaker

      11.45 - 12.15

      Chris Bataillard

      Sensor Data – not optional for sustainability

      Explanation on why and how harvesting sensor data will be critical for AI, industry 4.0 but also have a far-reaching effect on sustainability. Building an end to end sensor capability not only supports a digitalisation strategy but is a necessity for a sustainable future. The use cases for data collection are far reaching. This presentation covers how and why adoption is necessary.

      speaker

      13.15 - 13.45

      Joe Jankosky

      “IoT for Utilities – Strategy, Use Cases, Solutions”

      Bridging the IT and OT divide is a complex task. Doing so at energy and water utilities that deliver necessities over long distances using critical infrastructure is even more daunting. This talk will discuss current use cases, real-world solutions and how to gain the most ROI with a coordinated IoT strategy.

      14.00 - 14.30

      Pete Noble

      Winning the Operations Game.

      The work place can be laden with risks which, if improperly managed can expose your business to financial loss, or in some cases prosecution. Pete Noble of Ctrl Hub explains how an operational management platform has changed the game for some of their biggest clients. Streamlining operational process, managed/mitigated risk and delivered Millions of pounds in savings. Highlighting the potential ease of digitisation in an industry that fears change.

      speaker

      14.45 - 15.15

      Simon Chudoba

      IoT projects focused on sustainable resources

      Simon Chudoba, CEO of IQRF Alliance, will present IoT projects that have helped to solve heat and water wastage problems. In the IQRF Alliance, members work together on a variety of IoT solutions that can help against resource depletion. At the seminar, you will learn about the IQRF ecosystem, which makes it possible to implement new solutions quickly and easily.

      speaker

      15.30 - 16.00

      Richard Stobart

      Are lampposts the future of charging electric vehicles?

      30% of drivers in the UK do not have off-street parking, many more in conurbations like London. There are lampposts on most urban streets that have power. So what are the barriers and opportunities to provide electric charge points on residential streets utilising this existing infrastructure?