With Mclaren, Device Pilot, Zuehlke Engineering, Intellisense.io, Mango Labs/ARM, Digital Catapult, Plessey Semiconductors, WSP, Imperial College and AT Capital Partners we launch the C4IR Global Network and leaders cover, in masterclass format, big data analytics, intelligence, connectivity, machine learning, automation and value flow economics and finance after a social roundtable dinner at Christs College, Cambridge. Soon!
On 19-20 June 2017 we stage the 8th edition of this excellent event - this year, within the C4IR Series with themes of flexibility, security and automation; top speakers are already booked, e.g. Arrowhead, UK Power Networks, RWE, BEIS formerly DECC and Ofgem and the event is sponsored by UtilityWise and CIR. We bring together leaders in grids and power innovation and projects. Booking is already available for places, exhibition stands and sponsorship.
We meet for the 15th year anniversary of the HVM Conference that was founded in 2002! The 4th New Materials and Graphene Conference follows on the next day 3 November is co-located with the HVM Conference anniversary. We covered many aspects of industry40, 4IR, factory of the future technology and processes at HVM and we cover new materials including graphene and business on 3 November 2017, there is also an inspirational prior executive briefing day and a social dinner at a traditional college in Cambridge on evening of 2 November 2017. Booking is already available for places, exhibition stands and sponsorship.
A high level gathering of 24 executives and thought-leaders met at King’s College to discuss over an evening, a pleasant roundtable dinner and a full day totalling 4 talks and 1 panel, the emergence of growth areas for smart homes around assisted living, energy management and security, how these would benefit consumers and how they could be monetised.
In 2014, in association with AlertMe, we covered aspects of smart home energy and connectivity technology, including an inspirational prior executive briefing day of in-depth talks and meetings and a roundtable dinner at King’s College Cambridge, with a focus on smart grids and energy systems.
A high level gathering of executives and thought-leaders met at the Institute of Directors in London’s West End to discuss over an evening, a pleasant roundtable dinner and a full day totalling 25 talks and 5 panels, the emergence of smart systems for functional but possibly messy cities, how these would benefit consumers and business and how they could be monetised and grown.
Graphene is by any standard an exciting carbon-based functional material that has manifold potential commercial applications. This Oxford conference was one of the world’s best and in-depth discussions of the research, technology and innovations around the carbon based functional materials, connecting with large, global markets.