02.06.2015

International Smart Cities Conference, Cambridge



Cleantech Futures
Smart Cities: From Leading Edge Thinking to Commercial Delivery Solutions and Contract Opportunities

Join us to learn about the latest key developments in smart cities thinking from leading edge strategy to joining up the commercial opportunities and competition announcements. A senior delegation from China (CAPEC, which has 15,000 members including infrastructure delivery companies) will be attending and a representative will be speaking at the conference. We also have visitors from India, China, Hong Kong and the EU who are available to meet with delegates throughout the day. Bookable meetings are available.
 
DATE: Tuesday 2 June 2015
TIME: 8:30 – 17:30
VENUE: The Trinity Centre
Cambridge Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge, CB4 0FN

 
 
AGENDA
8:30 Registration & Refreshments  
 
9:00 Keynote Address
Global Strategic Trends: Why Smart Cities are Essential
 
Sir Paul Judge, Founder, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
 
Smart Cities, Technology and the Internet of Things Stephen Pattison, VP Public Affairs,  ARM Holdings
 
The Future of Cities Professor  Doug Crawford Brown, Cambridge Centre for Climate Change Mitigation, University of Cambridge
 
Expert Panel Q&A Chaired by Sir Paul Judge Speakers & David Ball, Chairman, The David Ball Group
 
10:00 BREAK
 
10:30 Commercial Solutions for Smart Cities and the Public Sector Agenda
Overview & Session Chair
 
 
Andrew Everett, Chief Strategy Officer, Transport Systems Catapult, Innovate UK
 
Transport: Intelligent Mobility & Driver Behaviour
 
Dicky Smith, Commercial Director, Wejo
Building Technologies: Reducing the Physical  Carbon Footprint
 
Victoria Ball, Sustainable Strategy Manager, The David Ball Group
 
Love Every Drop: The Importance of Smart Water Supply and Waste Water Treatment 
 
Mark Pendlington, Group Director, Anglian Water Group
 
Smart Grids, Meters and Sensors; Unifying the System Mark England, CTO, Sentec
 
 
Smart Grids, Meters and Sensors; the Next Generation  
Edward Peeke, MD, Infrastructure, Bouygues
11:50 Expert Panel Q&A Andrew Everett and the Speakers
12:00 Developing Smart City Solutions – the Local Government Perspective from the UK and China Cllr Lewis Herbert, Leader, Cambridge City Council
Zhai Changsheng, Executive Vice Mayor,  Dezhou, China
    Minister / senior official DECC, BIS (TBC)
 
12:20 LUNCH & meetings with overseas delegates
 
 
13:30 Case Studies of New Smart Cities Technologies
Overview & Session Chair
 
Gary Atkinson, Director, Emerging Technologies, ARM Holdings
 
Case Studies
­       Mayflower Complete Lighting Controls,
 
­       Enlight
­       Weightless
 
Richard Sims, Senior Project Manager, TTP Group
David Aarons, CTO
William Webb, CEO
 
SMART Technology – Bounded Only by Your Imagination, from Fast Food to Public Transport and Car Charging Points
 
Gerry Rutherford, CEO, Cambridge Smart Solutions
  Expert Panel Q&A Gary Atkinson and speakers
14:45 BREAK
 
 
15:00 The Global Opportunity for Smart Cities
Introduction
 
Overview & Session Chair
 
Jeff Tucker, Chairman, Cambridge Cleantech Asia Special Interest Group,
Hugh Davies CMG, Chairman, China Assoc.
 
The International Commercial Perspective and Support for UK companies Sam Massey, Deputy Director, Information Economy, UKTI
 
Low Carbon Cities in China and Their Future Direction Zhang Ruijie, Assistant Secretary General, China Association of Plant Engineering Consultants (CAPEC)
 
The Enabling Role of EBTC in India Philippe Adriaenssens. Advisor, International Affairs, Eurochambers/EBTC
 
International Panel Q&A Hugh Davies, David Marsden, Director, Hong Kong Trade Development Council and Speakers
   
16:00 Competition Announcements
 
Session Chair: Martin Garratt, CEO, Cambridge Cleantech
16:05 India’s $1.2bn Smart Cities Programme - The Challenges and Opportunities and the Competition for the New City of Neemrana
 
Sanmit Ahuja, CEO, etiDynamics
16:20 Alconbury Weald – A Smart Communities Programme: Overview and Update
 
Tim Leathes, Project Director, Urban & Civic
16:35 Innovation & Commercialisation Showcase – Smart Cities Technology in Action: Elevator Pitches from Member Companies:

­       Marsh Industries
Mole Solutions
­       JIG’s SmartAppCity
­       Wellness Smart
­       APC Technology Group
­       Eficen
­       S-DOS
 
 
 
 Steve Boyer, Managing Director
Bob Silverthorne, Project Manager
Daniel Menchaca, Commercial Director
David Garcia, CEO
Mark Broadhead, Business Development
Carlos Vincente, Business Development
Rafael Selma, CEO
17:00 Summary & Closing Remarks Martin Garratt, CEO, Cambridge Cleantech
 
17:10
Networking Reception
 
 
18:00
Close
 
 
 
 
 
EVENT PRICING STRUCTURE

Members = £99 + VAT
Non-members = £149 + VAT


Membership starts from as little as £100

 

 


 


Who should attend?
Anyone interested in the latest developments in the smart city and cleantech arena, looking to save costs and / or benefit from and learn about new technologies including, but not restricted to:
  • Policy makers/strategists
  • Asset owners
  • Infrastructure companies
  • Construction companies
  • Regeneration companies
  • Property developers
  • Banks, financial institutions and investment companies
  • Legal and accounting companies
  • IP and patent companies
  • Academics
  • Anyone in the smart city arena interested in learning about best practice /case studies
  • Businesses looking to secure contracts
  • Companies with domestic growth ambitions
  • Companies with international growth ambitions
  • 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
For exhibiting and sponsorship enquiries please email Jeff Tucker.
 
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* We expect this event to be over-subscribed so pre-booking is essential please; non-registered attendees will be turned away