06.07.2017

Annual Cleantech Futures Conference 2017

                                           

The 4th Industrial Revolution:
the Next Generation of Smart Technology


Join us to hear about the 4th industrial revolution, what it means for development across the globe and about the Governments perspective on the UK's leadership in smart technology. Hear about major new local investments in cleantech, about corporates with new innovation search programmes and the smart cleantech innovators keen to meet their needs.
 
Thursday 6th July 2017, The Trinity Centre, Cambridge Science Park

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AGENDA

Keynote Session
9:30 The 4th Industrial Revolution; The Future of Smart Technology and the Global Implications Bee Hayes-Thakore, Director of Marketing Programmes for IoT, ARM
9:45 The Critical Success Factors for Encouraging Smart Technology, Enterprise and Innovation in the Region. Professor Andy Neely, Pro Vice Chancellor for Enterprise, University of
Cambridge
10:00 The Critical Global Success Factors for Responding to Climate Change Edward King, Editor in Chief, Response to Climate Change
10:15 Panel Discussion Speakers and Industry Experts

Investing in Cleantech and Smart Technologies
10:30 The Smart Island Concept: The Isle of Man as a Discrete Testbed for New Smart Technology. Ken Milne, Director of Corporate Services, Isle of Man
10:40 Growth 50 Co  TBC
10:50 Panel Discussion John Hunter, UK Manager, Isle of Man, Paul Hughes Director, Allia, TBC x 1
11:00 Coffee and networking break  

The Smart Cities Innovators of the Future
11:20 Trends in Intelligent Mobility and Connected Transport Connected Transport, Innovate UK & Andrew Everett, Chief Strategy Officer, Transport Systems Catapults
11:35 Extending the Range of Electric Vehicles - The MSF Technologies Growth Story David Morgan, CEO, MSF Technologies
11:45 Novel Innovation in Waste Management and Recycling  Carlos Ludlow, CEO, Enval
11:55 Leading Innovation in Water Supply, Management and Treatment Annie Brooking, CEO, Bactest TBC
12:05 Smart Innovators Panel Speakers and Tony Howells, Director e-luminate

Cleantech: The International Dimension
12:15 The Greensoul Project Jose Morales, Project Manager, Wellness Telecom
12:30 Investing in Cleantech and Smart Technologies
A Case Study of Investing Globally in Cleantech Facilities, Business Support and Smart Growth Companies.
TUS Holdings TBC
12:45 Signing of China/UK MoU: TUS Hldgs & Cambridge Cleantech. TBC
12:50 The Importance to the UK of Smart Technology and our International Leadership Role. Followed by Q&A Government Minister Speaker TBC
13:20 Concluding Morning Session Remarks Followed by Networking Luncheon Sponsored by the Danish Embassy TBC

Corporates and their Smart Technology Needs
14:30 The innovative Developments and Search for Solutions led by Ford Europe’s Technical Centre in Dunton, Essex. TBC Ford Dunton Technical Centre
14:40 The Development of and Search for New Technologies at Johnson Matthey. Alan Nielson, CTO, Johnson Matthey
14:50 Developing the Know-How for Smart Cities Solutions at Wellness Telecom Francisco Bernardo, Innovation & Product Manager, Wellness Telecom
15:00
Scale Up Event: Introduction and Plenary.
Innovation Hungry Corporates, Ford and Johnson Matthey meet with Innovative Cleantech SME’s from across north west Europe.
Sam Goodall, European Projects Manager,
Cambridge Cleantech
  Individual 1 to 1 Meetings between Corporates and SMEs.  
17:00 Networking drinks  
 
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Conference Delegate Fee:
‘Early Bird’ Reduction to 31/5/17:
 Cambridge Cleantech Members: £99 + VAT
Non-Members: £179 + VAT
Normal Fee From 1/6/17 = Member £149 / Non-Member £249
 

Followed by VIP Dinner at Trinity College, after dinner discussion with industry experts & leading CEOs chaired by Sir Paul Judge, Founder, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.

Dinner Delegate Fee:
Members Only £79 
 
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