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Smart Environment Forum

11 July @ 12:00 - 16:30

Members Only

IoT is playing an increasingly crucial role in the development and evolution of smart cities. By utilising IoT sensors, devices and data, cities can not only improve their infrastructure but also make it a more sustainable and environmentally friendly space for all.

On the 11th July at Messagemaker in Redhill, the Smart Environment Forum will be exploring this topic of IoT and Smart Cities and how we can maximise the technology involved and promote its positive implications within an ITS framework.

We will feature a highly varied line-up including speakers from Galliford Try and Coventry City Council, as well as Richard Gonzalez of Sensor IT and Alistair Gollop, of ITS Now providing their expert insight into IoT and its significance.

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Agenda

12:00    Arrival and Lunch

Welcome and Introduction from hosts, Messagemaker
Danny Adamson, Managing Director, Messagemaker 

Artificial Intelligence; Its role in optimising the environment
Nathaniel Taylor, Strategic Development Director, Galliford Try

Leveraging IoT Components for Smarter Traffic Management in Cities
Richard Gonzalez, Director of Sensor IT

Q&A

Smart Cities and IoT – A Local Authority Perspective
Sunil Budhdeo, Transport Innovation Manager, Coventry City Council  

Presentation title TBC
Martin Andrews, Head of Product Management, Yunex Traffic

Q&A

ITS and Smart Cities
Alistair Gollop, Founder of ITS Now

BREAK

What’s the future of the Climate and Environmental agenda following the outcome of the General Election?
Chaired by Stephen Hanley, Arup and Keith McCabe, Smart Environment Forum Chair and ITS UK Carbon Ambassador

Discussion – Next steps for the Forum
Led by Keith McCabe

Factory site tour

16.30    Close and Drinks (informal networking, pub nearby)

Details

Date:
11 July
Time:
12:00 - 16:30
Cost:
Members Only
Website:
https://its-uk.civiplus.net/civicrm/event/info?id=76&reset=1

Venue

Messagemaker
43 Ormside Way, Holmethorpe, Redhill RH1 2LG + Google Map