Day 2 - 26 April 2019

10:30AM

Smart Transport and Cities: Chair’s welcome and opening comments

Hear from an industry leading analyst about the latest trends, investments and market insights for IoT developers, vendors and service providers.

10:50AM

Guus Schellekens

IT Director

UPS

Associated Talks:

10:50AM - Day 2

View Keynote: Smart Logistics and the Connected Fleet

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Keynote: Smart Logistics and the Connected Fleet

  • What is key when looking for the kind of IoT solution to fit your businesses fleet management needs? 
  • Business without borders – how partnerships within this industry can enable an effective connectivity network to enable this enhanced technology.  
  • Looking to the future, how will this technology develop from predictive to proactive?
. Guus Schellekens, IT Director, UPS

11:20AM

Networking Break

12:00PM

Benjamin Mousseau

Smart Energy Application Manager

EDF

Associated Talks:

12:00PM - Day 2

View EDF Energy R&D: Smart Energy Applications for the Energy Revolution

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EDF Energy R&D: Smart Energy Applications for the Energy Revolution

EDF Energy R&D UK Centre is at the heart of the energy revolution and supports the transition the energy system is currently engaged in, to ensure the best benefits for every user. Energy is at the centre of the challenges of urban developments and is closely linked to all the urban sectors. Promoting an integrated vision is the only way to prepare a more sustainable and resilient future. EDF Energy support the urban stakeholders in various domains: mobility, energy demand, social aspects, economics… Electric mobility, for example, is at the crossroad of many challenges and it is key to demonstrate the benefits and constraints it will bring, in particular with V2G developing for various applications. By coupling urban and energy planning, we also allow to increase the optimisation of KPIs for the urban developers and local authorities. Energy in buildings, environmental aspects and new business models are other examples of our commitments to prepare a bright future for everyone.

. Benjamin Mousseau, Smart Energy Application Manager, EDF

12:30PM

David Trousdale

Principal ITS Engineering Manager

Amey

Associated Talks:

12:30PM - Day 2

View Panel: Intelligent Transport Systems for the Connected Consumer

10:20AM - Day 2

View The sensorisation of road networks: From road condition to automation

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Paul Copping

International Adviser / Former CIO

Sightline Innovations / Digital Greenwich

Associated Talks:

12:30PM - Day 2

View Panel: Intelligent Transport Systems for the Connected Consumer

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Panel: Intelligent Transport Systems for the Connected Consumer

  • What are the newest innovations in this market? 
  • The benefits for this kind of IoT integration speak for themselves; reduced traffic, safer roads, streamlined traffic management etc., but is the connectivity there to enable it and is the cost worth the reward? 
  • Are the current security systems for this technology robust enough to cope with the kind of responsibility that they would be undertaking & how will v2v technology providers be able to gain consumer trust in this technology?
. David Trousdale, Principal ITS Engineering Manager, Amey
. Paul Copping, International Adviser / Former CIO , Sightline Innovations / Digital Greenwich

01:10PM

Networking Break

02:00PM

Peter Ondrúška

Director Of Engineering, Level 5, Self-Driving Division

Lyft

Associated Talks:

02:00PM - Day 2

View Large-Scale Digital Mapping and Localisation for Robotics & Transportation

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Large-Scale Digital Mapping and Localisation for Robotics & Transportation

In this talk, Peter, the Director of Engineering at Lyft Level 5 self-driving centre and former CEO of Blue Vision Labs covers the background and importance of large-scale digital localisation and mapping solutions as a backbone infrastructure technology of the future for building self-driving cars, augmented reality applications and beyond.

. Peter Ondrúška, Director Of Engineering, Level 5, Self-Driving Division, Lyft

02:30PM

Abraham Joseph

Founder and Editorial Director

IoT Insights

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Lindomar Minguel

Ambassador for the Urban Air Mobility European Marketplace - The Netherlands

European Commission

Associated Talks:

02:30PM - Day 2

View Panel: The Future of Smart City Infrastructure

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Sielen Namdar

Industry Solutions Executive/Smart & Connected Communities

Cisco

Associated Talks:

02:30PM - Day 2

View Panel: The Future of Smart City Infrastructure

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Chris Welby

Head of Regulation

Bristol Energy

Associated Talks:

02:30PM - Day 2

View Panel: The Future of Smart City Infrastructure

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Johanna Juselius

Senior Advisor, EU Affairs

Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council

Associated Talks:

02:30PM - Day 2

View Panel: The Future of Smart City Infrastructure

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Panel: The Future of Smart City Infrastructure

Smart city infrastructure is key to establishing the overall smart city framework and architecture. Is it the answer to the exponential growth of cities, and can it help in making them greener places to live and work?

Moderator: . Abraham Joseph, Founder and Editorial Director, IoT Insights
. Lindomar Minguel, Ambassador for the Urban Air Mobility European Marketplace - The Netherlands, European Commission
. Sielen Namdar, Industry Solutions Executive/Smart & Connected Communities, Cisco
. Chris Welby, Head of Regulation, Bristol Energy
. Johanna Juselius, Senior Advisor, EU Affairs, Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council

03:10PM

Nathan Pierce

Head of the Smart London Team

Greater London Authority

Associated Talks:

03:10PM - Day 2

View Sharing Cities – A path to Mainstream Smart City Technology

03:50PM - Day 2

View Smart Cities Solutions – Continuing to build the largest R&D programme

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Sharing Cities – A path to Mainstream Smart City Technology

  • Looking at what works – From pilot level to city wide adoption
  • The development of procurement, connectivity and financing frameworks for smart energy technology; How Sharing Cities intends for all Londoners to benefit from technology innovation
  • Led by London, Sharing Cities is testing smart city solutions in Greenwich, Lisbon, Milan, Bordeaux, Burgas and Warsaw – A look at these Smart City case studies
. Nathan Pierce, Head of the Smart London Team, Greater London Authority

03:40PM

Session's Close