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Smart Cities UK

Smart Cities UK

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Smart Cities UK – Overview

Smart City UK is seeing more and more examples of smart city transformation. Key ‘smart’ sectors utilised by such Cities include transport, energy, health care, water and waste. Against the current background of economic, social, security and technological changes caused by the globalization and the integration process, cities in the UK face the challenge of combining competitiveness and sustainable urban development simultaneously.

A smart city is a place where the traditional networks and services are made more efficient with the use of digital and telecommunication technologies, for the benefit of its inhabitants and businesses.

With this vision in mind, the European Union is investing in ICT research and innovation and developing policies to improve the quality of life of citizens an make cities more sustainable in view of Europe’s 20-20-20 targets.

The smart city concept goes beyond the use of ICT for better resource use and less emissions. It means smarter urban transport networks, upgraded water supply and waste disposal facilities, and more efficient ways to light and heat buildings.

And it also encompasses a more interactive and responsive city administration, safer and secure public spaces.

Creating Resilient Cities will lead the way on addressing the best practice examples on smart transformation from across Cities within the United Kingdom whilst disseminating guidance and information transformation within waste, energy, transport and other key smart sectors.

Why Attend

  • Meet the challenge of managing infrastructure and smart city initiatives concurrently
  • Establish your position as an expert in telecommunications, utility, transport and security initiatives
  • Access opportunities within the regions
  • Partner with the right clients to help them overcome their smart city designand planning challenges  by offering them smart growth solutions
  • Share your expertise on best practice applications
  • Understand the needs of public authorities for integrated solutions for transport, utilities and infrastructure and how your products could help them meet their sustainability requirements
  • Develop salient and robust business models from advanced communications, sensing, renewable,  and microgrid technologies which are explored on the day.
  • Learn techniques to collaborate with communities, vendors, regulators & community business stakeholders.
  • Make connections and network which is necessary to implement your Town or Cities future vision
  • Shape your current regulatory policy to adapt to changing business models & technologies
  • Understand the design processes to help improve innovation while learning how to create a more sustainable future for your region or organisation.
  • Develop policies building healthy businesses, regions, and communities.

 Who Will Attend

  • Policy makers/strategists
  • Asset owners
  • Economic Development Officers
  • Directors of Environment
  • Directors of Energy
  • Directors for Infrastructure & Planning
  • Directors of Health
  • Banks, financial institutions and investment companies
  • Legal and accounting companies
  • IP and patent companies
  • Local & central government agencies and public sector organisations
  • Housing associations, suppliers & contractors
  • Architects, surveyors, town planners & urban design companies
  • Economic development & regeneration practitioners
  • Technologists and technology developers

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Consumer Electronics Show 2016

Consumer Electronics Show 2016

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So, Why Should You Join Us at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016?

The International CES (Consumer Electronics Show®) is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It’s where business gets done: on the show floor, in and around our conference program, in impromptu connections and in planned meetings and special events. Experience the mind-blowing technology and awe-inducing innovations with us at #CES2016:

Need more convincing to attend the Consumer Electronics Show? Don’t take just our word for it…

 

“Big energy. Big ideas. Big opportunity. CES delivers it all.” – Joellyn Gray, director of marketing, Fujifilm North America Corporation

“There’s no other place I’d launch a startup.” – Mara Lewis, CEO and co-founder, Stopped.at

“As an active angel investor there is no better place than CES to discover early stage companies in CE and related area and to learn the latest trends in technology.” – Larry Richenstein, CEO, Peak Ventures

“CES is a great gauge of where the industry is headed.” – Jack Sheng, co-founder and CEO, eForCity Corp.

“There is no place in the world where you get so much done is so little time. Fantastic show!” – Randy Fry, president, Fry’s Electronics

There’s only one question left. Are you ready for 2016?

Consumer Electronics Show Links

Floor Plans – http://www.cesweb.org/Show-Floor

Conference Details – http://www.cesweb.org/Conference

Events and Experience – http://www.cesweb.org/Events-Programs


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Digital Health World Forum 2015

Digital Health World Forum

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Health. Care. Innovation

Technology is changing the face of health provision globally.  Innovative services and devices are enabling enhanced levels of care, increased efficiencies and lower costs. Government measures are directing innovation, and payers, providers and technology developers are creating new working models and a patient-centric approach.

Boasting an interactive, cutting edge agenda with visionary speaker line-up, the Digital Health World Forum is a 1 day conference and exhibition for global authorities to present their “how-to” strategy and vision for the health and care sector.

Make sure you are present on the 8th of December for THE health technology event of 2015.

2015 Digital Health World Forum Agenda

Understand the full power of technology in health and define strategies to take your organisation to the next level. Select your key focus area and attend a full stream or set your own agenda with a mix of attendance across all tracks.

Digital Health Keynote Theatre

09:00 – Chair’s Opening Remarks

09:10 – Vision for The Paperless NHS – Going Digital for an Enhanced Patient Experience

09:30 – Panel Discussion: How Can Technology Drive Patient Engagement and Deliver a Proactive Heath Service?

10:10 – Innovation at the Forefront of mHealth and Healthcare App Development

10:35 – Networking Break and Exhibition Visit


Data, Analytics and Security Theatre

11:30 – Data Privacy – Allaying Security Concerns that Prevent the Optimum Useage of Data

11:50 – Panel Discussion: Data Data Everywhere – But How is it Being Used?

12:20 – Using Data to Increase Wellbeing and Generate Patient Engagement

12:40 – Cross Sector Information Sharing for Direct Care

13:00 – Lunch

14:15 – Data Collection and Analysis in the Challenge to Overcome Obesity: Helping Health Change Study

14:35 – Transformation to Automated Processes – Have you Analysed the Difference It has Brought to Your Organisation?

14:55 – Panel Discussion: Improving Security, Privacy and Data Protection to Bridge the Gap Between Data and Patient Care

15:25 – Networking Break and Exhibition Visit

16:00 – Panel Discussion: Turning Wearables Data into Valuable Information

16:30 – Big Data for Population Health Management

16:50 – Cloud-Based Solutions for Secure Data Storage

17:10 – Panel Discussion: Why it Makes Sense to Store Electronic Patient Records and Health Data in the Cloud – Enabling Innovation, Mobility, Innovation and Access

17:40 – Close of Stream


mHealth & Apps

11:30 – Digital technologies – Igniting mHealth and Wearables

11:50 – Mobilising the Workforce for Enhanced Service and Cost-Efficiency

12:15 – How is Mobile Revolutionising Health and Care?

12:35 – Drivers and Obstacles to mHealth Adoption

13:00 – Lunch

14:15 – Panel Discussion: Regulating mHealth

14:45 – Developing the Business Model – Who will pay for mHealth Services?

15:05 – The Importance of Mobile in a Robust Community Care System

15:25 – Networking Break and Exhibition Visit

16:00 – Game-Changing – Increasing Consumer Adoption of Healthcare Apps – What will be the Next Killer Health App?

16:40 – Maximising Opportunities for mHealth

17:00 – Panel Discussion: mHealth – Revolutionising the Way Patients Receive Care

17:30 – Taking Wearable Devices from Fitness Fad to Healthcare Essential

17:50 – Close of Stream


The Digital Hospital Theatre

11:30 – EPR Evaluation: deployment scenarios, patient views, care provider opinions – what are the benefits and downfalls of EPR?

12:15 – The Transition to Paperless/Paper Light

12:35 – Interoperability Challenges – Bringing all the Data Together

13:00 – Lunch

14:15 – Are Clinicians Maximising the Benefits from EPR?

14:40 – Panel Discussion: Bridging the Gap Between Clinicians and IT Department

15:25 – Networking Break and Exhibition Visit

16:00 – Improving Healthcare Delivery with High Level IT Systems

16:30 – Why OpenSource is the Way Forward for Technology in Healthcare

16:55 – Providing a Holistic View of Each Patient

17:20 – Close of Stream


Connected Care Theatre

11:30 – Digitising Primary Care – Moving to the Next Generation of Primary Care

11:50 – Panel Discussion: How are GPs Re-Shaping Primary Care Delivery?

12:20 – Evolving from Reactive Medical Business to Proactive Population Management

12:40 – Tools and support for Patient Empowerment

13:00 – Lunch

14:15 – Digital Technology for a Healthier Society

14:35 – Panel Discussion: Smart Home – Healthy Home. How are Hospital Visits Reduced by Smart Home Solutions

15:05 – Telemedicine Transforming Chronic Disease Management

15:25 – Networking Break and Exhibition Visit

16:00 – Using Telemedicine to Develop Patient Engagement

16:20 – Telemedicine : Win-Win for Patient and Hospital

16:40 – Seeing Patients as an Asset (Not Just a Cost)

17:00 – Engaging the Patient For a Proactive Rather Than Reactive Approach to Healthcare

17:20 – Close of Stream

 

 

 


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