6.30pm – 8.00pm
IoT for Water Industry,Smart Slums,IoT powered by consumer

Come and hear from Internet of things pioneers,emerging smart cities start ups and impact creators.

The fascinating variety and diversity of speakers at connectioT event will address topics spanning the smart environment,smart people,smart governance,smart economy,smart living and smart mobility, with input from innovative startups, thought leaders and design-led businesses.

With unmatched networking opportunities, come and be truly inspired and meet some of the most disruptive minds.

Topic 1: Building IoT products for the water industry,case study of ioT products on the Basingstoke Canal and designing the Waterway Sensor Module.

Topic 2: IoT powered by consumers

Topic 3: Artificial intelligence

Topic 4: Smart cities and smart slums

 

THE SPEAKERS:

John Bechtel, Badger Pass  John is currently MD of Badger Pass.His was operations director of Aquamatix, bringing his extensive international experience in start-up, medium-sized and large organizations to the Internet of Things in the water industry. John has successfully managed culturally and geographically diverse teams of high performers.He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Systems Design Engineering from the University of Waterloo in Canada and is a certified PRINCE2 project management Practitioner. 

Marc Dowd, Manage Disruption Limited, EMEA Prior to founding Manage Disruption Marc was the EMEA Principal Advisor to C level executives for Forrester Research for nine years.. He holds an M.Sc. in Ergonomics from Loughborough University and a B.A. (Hons) from the University of West London.

Elio Assuncao,Venture Capital World Summit Elio is CEO of Venture Capital World Summit.He is also founder Wales Technology Entrepreneur and Co-organizer of Startup Europe Week. He holds M.Sc in Electronic Product Engineering & B.Sc in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering.

Clare Jones,what3words What3words is a tech startup that’s giving everyone, everywhere an address – using three simple words. From the slums of India to ski resorts and music festivals, what3words is changing how people communicate location. She loves the power of innovative business to change the world, and sits as a non-executive director on the board of social enterprises Tiny Diner and Street Coffee. She holds Masters in Philosophy from University of Cambridge

 

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