By Sophie Curtis on October 16, 2015
Discover how sensors, robotics, collective intelligence and a network of connected devices are disrupting future cities.
The 3rd annual RE.WORK Connected City Summit
will showcase the latest technology advancements across IoT, sensors, robotics and crowdsourced data. We'll explore insights as well as challenges from technologists on the connected car, smart transport, smart architecture, environmental monitoring, connected citizens and much more. The summit will take place on 16-17 March 2016
, at LSO St Luke's in London, a stunningly restored 18th-century Grade 1 listed church, right next to Silicon Roundabout.
Hear from the world's leading innovators in technology and urban planning, and meet the founders, CEOs and CTOs of leading IoT and companies and well as the most innovative startups. Previous attendees, exhibitors and speakers have included initiatives and companies such as Arup
, European Space Agency
, Future Cities Catapult
The initial speaker line-up includes:
- Kevin Menice, VP Engineering, Bigbelly
- Allison Dring, Co-Founder, elegant embellishments
- Jonathan Keeling, Head of Business Development, Pavegen
- Andrew Hudson-Smith, Professor of Digital Urban Systems, UCL
- Mathew Holloway, Managing Director, Q-Bot
Last year's summit looked at everything in the city of the future from real-time data, mapping, 3D visualisations
; to pocket-drones
and self-driving, self-charging connected cars
; to synthetic biology, sustainability and bioinspired design
. This year the event will delve deeper into sensors, urban infrastructure, big data and connected devices, bringing together IoT and the city to create truly smart, connected cities for the future.
Sessions will include:
- The Internet of Things
- Embeddables, Sensors & Environmental Monitoring
- Sustainability in the City
- Industrial Automation
- Connected Homes
- Urban Infrastructure
- Connected Cars & Smart Transport
- Smart Grid & Energy
- Drones & Robotics
Feedback from previous events has included:
"The RE.WORK conference as a whole showcased a range of inspiring speakers and innovative technologies. We came away with a renewed appreciation for the diversity of technology and the potential it has to change the world.
" Imogen Ruddock, Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering
"There was a wide range of topics and speakers all in one place, great networking and cross-pollination of ideas - thinking of technology in a wider context and moving towards fresh applications
." Chris Green, Design Museum
“A truly inspiring event with fascinating talks designed to expand the minds and perspectives of the attendees - it works.
” Martin Bryant, Editor-in-Chief, The Next Web
The summit is a unique opportunity to interact with leading technology companies, influential businesses, policy-makers & exciting startups in the same room. Meet fellow innovators with the same passion to apply new technology to reshape and revolutionise our future cities to create sustainable urban areas.
Super Early Bird tickets for the Connected City Summit end on Friday 16 October, book now to save £275 on the standard ticket price! Discounted passes are also available for Startups, Students and Government Representatives. For more information and to register visit the event page here.
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