Day 1 - 25 April 2019
Enterprise IoT Solutions: Chair’s Welcome and Opening Comments
Director of Strategy
The Future of Enterprise IoT
IoT solutions already play a critical role in the digital transformation of companies of all sizes. Together with its partners, BT is driving unique innovations in the IoT and 5G connectivity space but also in the solution space. Guillaume will share practical examples of how BT is adopting these solutions for its own use and to support Enterprise customers across the UK and Ireland. IoT solutions already play a critical role in the digital transformation of companies of all sizes. Together with its partners, BT is driving unique innovations in the IoT and 5G connectivity space but also in the solution space. Guillaume will share practical examples of how BT is adopting these solutions for its own use and to support Enterprise customers across the UK and Ireland.
Chief Information Officer
Emerging impacts of Edge through the lens of the Met Office
In order to predict the weather, the Met Office first have to first understand the current state of the atmosphere. To do that, it collects billions of measurements every day from a plethora of space, atoms-here, marine and land-based platforms. Met Office data is big, very big and as the Met Office turns increasingly to cloud based technology, Charles Ewen (CIO) will talk about the increasing importance of ‘the edge’ in terms of managing data flows.
Honeywell Connected Plant
People at the core of the Internet of Things
The Industry 4.0 is going full speed, and digital transformation is on every business’s strategic plan. Exciting times, but what’s the key to a successful transition? There is so much focus on XR Technology, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence that most businesses will miss one of the key elements: to succeed with the Internet of Things, you must invest in your People, but how and where do you start?
Global Vice President, Intelligent Enterprise Solutions
Keynote: IoT & The Intelligent Enterprise; What Matters?
It’s not IoT technologies and platforms that drives a competitive advantage, it’s the integration to business strategy and outcomes that differentiates and creates value for the enterprise. What are the best practices to achieve it?
Chairman & CEO
03:00PM - Day 1
Decentralised IoT Infrastructure: AERGO case study
- Decentralising IoT Infrastructure with Embedded Blockchain
- A practical case study for IoT
- Blueprints to build use cases and engage your ecosystems
Group VP, DialogicOne
Panning for “Killer Apps” in the Gold Rush of 5G
Service Providers are seeking unique revenue generating solutions leveraging IoT networks. Traditional software development methods that bring new solutions to life are simply too slow and too expensive in current agile API driven technology world. This session will explore tools and key drivers to focus on in order to strike gold with IoT.
Security frameworks and standards for the Digital Enterprise
This talk will explore the need for security frameworks and standards to protect digital enterprise devices and services and their associated data.
Global Director, Head of Enterprise Architecture & Tech Innovation | Strategy & Planning
Philip Morris International
Senior Global Accounts Executive
SVP - Global Innovation Management
Kuehne + Nagel
Panel: Enterprise IoT, Benefits and Challenges
- Given all the benefits that Enterprise IoT brings, what is the biggest barrier to adoption for companies and how can this be overcome?
- With Enterprises becoming more and more connected by the second, how can we ensure that there is the right foundation and strategy in place to assuage any Enterprise IoT security misgivings.
- Storage decisions, with the amount of data derived from enterprise IoT solutions, what is the best approach to store this data?
Dr Hector Zenil
Co-leader, Algorithmic Dynamics Lab
05:00PM - Day 1
MeetUp: UK-AI Innovation
This meetup group is focused on innovation in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for technological and leadership ddevelopment. We are particularly interested in translating cutting-edge science into technological viable solutions, especially biological-inspired.
Presentation by Dr Hector Zenil, co leader of the Algorithmic Dynamics Lab at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden followed by Q&A with the speaker on the topic of:
Towards Artificial General Intelligence: Machines that think beyond statistical pattern matching
UK-AI Innovation will be presenting a talk by Dr. Hector Zenil, the leader of the Algorithmic Dynamics Lab at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm also director of Immune Algorithmics in Oxford. Dr. Zenil will explain how current AI is limited by traditional statistics and bounded by classical probability theory, unable to understand causal or logic reasoning and is ill-equipped to deal with inference and to produce generative models of the world. To overcome these challenges new research led by our group has introduced concepts from computability and algorithmic probability theories that have been proven to be key to make progress and eventually reach optimal inference indistinguishable from general (human-like, and even superhuman-like) intelligence.